Cuisine: Comfort Food, European, French, Steakhouse
Price Range: $$
It wasn't that long ago that you'd hear the occasional comment in Paris that this was a city where it was tough to find a good steak. Not anymore. Just as the trend for meatless Mondays seems to be... Read More
It wasn't that long ago that you'd hear the occasional comment in Paris that this was a city where it was tough to find a good steak. Not anymore. Just as the trend for meatless Mondays seems to be taking root in urbanized areas around the globe, a parallel trend of highly curated and perfectly marbled steaks has firmly taken hold of urban, sophisticated dining trends. At least, it has here in Paris. The very best cuts of France's finest beef are what you'll get at this steak restaurant. The star is French-raised beef from the celebrated regions of France such as Aubrac, Charolaise and Limousine - where the finest cows are raised. Thick-cut fries compliment your main, and since they are quick fried, you get them served on your plate with the least amount of grease possible. Beet hummus and generous Caesar salads offer more options.
- 2nd Arrondissement - Montorgueil's Best Restaurants: "About once a week the restaurant has a special cut of beef that they don't put on the menu. You have to ask for it and if you're lucky you'll get a positive answer. These cuts can be Kobe, or Angus or something else. And if you have to ask the price, well, that will sort of kill the buzz. Usually, an order of this special cut is for at least two or preferably the table. The electric bull downstairs (the first known iteration of this Texan classic in Paris) finishes off this "Just the wood-fire grilled beef, Ma'am," dining experience."
- Best for 2nd Arrondissement - Montorgueil's Best Restaurants Because: Fine, high-end beef cuts of high-end beef are the simple concept of this restaurant. So it's the fabulous location and the wood-fired grill that sets it apart.