Rustic French specialities opposite the Seine. The wide choice of dishes is mainly based on red meats and poultry, so this is no place for ... More
Rôtisserie du Beaujolais (La)
Rustic French specialities opposite the Seine. The wide choice of dishes is mainly based on red meats and poultry, so this is no place for vegetarians. Cheeses from Lyon are a house speciality, and the hot Lyon sausage stuffed with pistachios is exquisite. And to accompany these delights? A good Beaujolais, of course. Set menus from EUR23, cheese platter EUR7, bottles of wine from EUR15.
I have to agree the food was tasty at the time but, the next day, we both had food poisoning. We ate the rotisseried lamb for 2. Now, maybe it would have been ok if we ordered it well done, maybe France has some flora that we aren't used to in the States. It came medium rare while we had ordered it medium.
We didn't feel like eating much the rest of our stay.
We dined here last night and had one of the finest legs of lamb either of us had ever encountered.
The food here is rustic and without pretension- just good hearty country food skillfully prepared from excellent ingredients.
Decent carafes of house wine compliment the food well, a full wine list is also available.
A wonderful dinner spot, especially on a Sunday evening when most Parisian restaurants close.
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