Food, Drink & Health

Steak Frites (Steak and Fries)

Everyone has an opinion which is the best. Here is a list:

Steak Frites Restaurants from a 2007 issue of Figaroscope (le Figaro) – Steak and fries restaurants .pdf document from the old Web site

Le Voltaire, 27 quai Voltaire, Paris 7th, 01 42 61 17 49
Le Severo, 8, rue des Plantes, Paris 14th, 01 40 44 73 09
Unico, 15, rue Paul Bert, Paris 11th, 01 43 67 68 08
Bistrot Paul-Bert, 18 rue Paul Bert, Paris 11th, 01 43 72 24 01
Chez Georges 1, rue du Mail , Paris 2nd, 01 42 60 07 11
Les Gourmets des Ternes, 87 boulevard du Courcelles  Paris, 8th, 01 42 27 43 04
La Maison de l’Aubrac,  37, rue Marbeuf, Paris 8th
La Bourse ou la Vie, 12 rue Vivienne, Paris 2nd, 01 42 60 08 83
Le Meating, 122, avenue de Villers, Paris 17th, 01 43 80 10 10
Au Boeuf Couronné, 188 avenue Jean-Jaurés, Paris 19th, 01 42 39 44 44
Le Relais de l’Entrecôte, 15, rue Marbeuf, Paris 8th, 01 49 52 07 17
La Tour L, 3 rue Saint-Augustin, Paris 2nd, 01 42 97 48 09
Chez Savy, 23, rue Bayard, Paris 8th, 01 47 23 46 98
Le Petit Vendôme, 6 rue des Capucines, Paris 2nd, 01 42 61 05 88 ‎
Café du Commerce, 51 rue du Commerce, Paris 15th, 01 45 75 03 27 ‎
La Piéce de Boeuf, 7 av. Corentin Cariou  Paris 19th 01 40 05 95 95
Le Vin Sobre, 25 Rue des Feuillantines, Paris 5th,01 43 29 00 23 ‎
DeVèz, 5 place de l’Alma, Paris 8th, 01 53 67 97 53
Hippopotamus, 1, boulevard des Capucines, Paris 2nd, 01 47 42 75 70
Le Galvacher, 64 avenue des Ternes, Paris 17th, 01 45 74 16 66 ‎
L’Opportun, 62 boulevard Edgar-Quinet, Paris 14th, 01 43 20 26 89 ‎
Boucherie RouliA-re, 24 Rue des Canettes, Paris 6th 01 43 26 25 70
‎Le Louchebem, 31, rue Berger, Paris 1st, 01 42 33 12 99

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