If you want delicious red wine and steak in the 19th district of Paris, this is perfect. Beautiful starters, sides and deserts too. Traditional French waiters style, with excellent service to match.
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Service was slow by bored and dull waiters. Food was ordinary at best. A group of 7 of us had dinner and not one of us were satisfied. Such a shame as the restaurant itself looks the part. Lacks atmosphere. Could use a little music...More
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It's been around forever and is a favorite spot for Parisians and tourists alike. Professional service in a bustling place with good quality selections. Interesting for a one time experience but there's better all around the city.
Had dinner after a concert. The steaks were good. Our waitress was excellent. She was new, and when we had a question she could not answer, she asked someone else. She didn't just make up an answer. The maître d' made an excuse about one...More
Dear Client, Thank you for taking the time to write this review. We want to apologize if you are not totally satisfied of your experience in our restaurant. To improve our services, we would like to have more information about your meal in order to...More
Great food. Tender meat and interesting 'bouffi' frites. Service was efficient and overall courteous.
We had a table for 8 prepared promptly, the food was amazing - with such a title, you can figure that beef is the main item of the menu! Some of us also had fish, andouillette, onglet, all was fantastic. Very good waiters. And the...More
Paris has many brasseries, but few feel authentic. As for "Au Boeuf Couronne" ("to the Crowned Beef", litteral translation), it needs not feel authentic, it is authentic ! It sits opposite the Grande Halle de la Villette (now a cultural centre in northeastern Paris), which...More
Five minutes walk away, this is probably the best/nearest choice to the concert hall - a classic white tablecloth brasserie, much preferable to the places that cluster more immediately around. For sheer quantity of decent-value food and drink, the 4-course menu with aperitif, wine and...More
Great restaurant near the Parisian philharmonic concert hall. We've had a steak and the beef tartar and both were excellently cooked. On top of that, the waiters were friendly and very professional, the waiting was short and the place quiet and good for private conversations...More