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- Le ZeyerMember ofLocal CultureStudentsAdventure TravelersTrendstersFirst to Review
This restaurant should be at least a one star but because it is a franchise (there are two other brasseries with the same name in Paris but the one on Alèsia is the best) we figured Michelin didn't review it.
If you want authentic and good French food, this is a place to go. It's not as well known by tourists and visitors as say la Coupole, but it is known by locals aaa excellent sophisticated dinner. You have a cafe in front which doesn't look special but inside there are many booths with comfortable red cushions. Very aesthetically appealing overall.
The food! Oh the food! Well the menu varies from season to season, something that is gradually disappearing in France, and it is always good. In the winter you can have something like œuf meurlette and in the summer a foi gras with a delicious salad. They have a varied selection of poultry, meat, and seafood (great tartare du bœuf). I recommend this to e erroneous who has an appreciation for food and culture. The restaurant is off the track for tourists, but make the extr effort to try it out.
Also be prepared to blow a €100+ for two people (including alcohol). Remember, this is excellent food, not McDonald's, so it does cost a bit more.Recommended for: