Visit the Louvre and head straight to this bistro to check out the blackboard menu. Get started with French Sourdough bread and move on to an unusual ... More
Visit the Louvre and head straight to this bistro to check out the blackboard menu. Get started with French Sourdough bread and move on to an unusual combination of six oysters with warm Chipolatas and a Pungent Shallot Dressing and Shelled Langoustines coated in a melting Chervil Sauce. The wine list includes unique choices like the Chinon - chilled raspberry scented wine.
Had a very disappointing experience at this restaurant that was recommended by the hotel concierge. The waitress was not able to answer appropriate questions about the menu. The scallops were essentially raw and had absolutely no taste except for the oil/butter and parsley that they were drenched in. The bread was tough and chewy. The "seafood soup" was just brown salty water with no seafood in it. The ratatouille had raw herring fish on it. The creme brulee had jelly on the bottom and the tart crust tasted as if it were made days ago. The filet of beef with potatoes was, however, above average. For this, we paid over $200. Stay away.
Loved EVERYTHING about L'Ardoise!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Can't wait to go back again!! Service was very warm. Price was reasonable. Food taste was abosultely delicious. Love the Sea Bass (highly recommended!) Then for dessert, try the Apple tart. Love the fact nobody rushes you out of the restaurant, regardless how late it is.