Le Relais de l'Entrecôte restaurant in Paris | parisbymouth.com

Le Relais de l’Entrecôte

At Le Relais de L’Entrecôte, the choices are steak or steak, and the supply of golden fries is unending. Which is how the line to be seated will seem unless you go early. Included in our list of Five Great Steak Frites in Paris. Three locations.

Practical information

Address: 20 rue St. Benoît, 75006
Nearest transport: St. Germain des Pres (4)
Hours: open every day
Reservations: Reservations not accepted
Telephone: 01 45 49 16 00
Average price for lunch: 20-34€
Average price for dinner: 20-34€
Style of cuisine: Classic French

Additional locations

Address: 101 boulevard du Montparnasse, 75006
Nearest transport: Vavin (4)
Hours: open every day
Reservations: Reservations not accepted
Telephone: 01 46 33 82 82

Address: 15 rue Marbeuf, 75008
Nearest transport: Franklin D. Roosevelt (1, 9)
Hours: open every day
Reservations: Reservations not accepted
Telephone: 01 49 52 07 17

Reviews of interest

Caroling Mignot (2009) “Cette viande au cœur tiède, rougeoyant…Les frites, elles sont petites, tendres et croustillantes aussi…”

John Talbott (2008) “The wait person appears and says “How do you want ‘em?”… “a point” and “bleu” and they were just that.”

11 thoughts on “Le Relais de l’Entrecôte”

  1. I was at the Bordeaux restaurant and raved, now my friend wants to try in Paris,
    Problem……..He likes the sauce to be served separately, even if it is the star of the show.
    Is this possible?

  2. If someone could tell me how they make the sauce that would be amazing as it’s truly incredible.

  3. We.took.our 3.kids and.loved it. The.sauce was really good.- not.too.rich, flavorful, perfect.for.the steak. The fries are perfect.All the desserts were delicious.our steak was.ordered “medium rare “.and it was.almost raw. Which was fine.for.me, but too.undercooked.for my 10.year old.

  4. This is where I take anyone and everyone when they are in from out of town. it is touristy without being too touristy and SOOOOoooo delicious. The sauce is to die. I usually show up by 7:30 and have no problem with the line. Only one time did I cut it a little close as Sundays I think the line forms a bit earlier with less restaurants open.

  5. Un, what’s different about March 14th? It’s open 7/7 and while everyday in France is a Saint/Sainte’s day, Saint Lubin was a rather minor one. They open at 12 noon. There are also several, sort of like Ray’s Original Pizza in the Village.

  6. Well what a fantastic experience ! Reviews on this great website parisbymouth are like gold to intrepid travelers are gourmands like me. I went to the Montparnasse restaurant and as previous folks suggested, it is wise to arrive early. I set up residence at a local bar (next door) enjoyed a drink and the passing parade. At 7pm the load was very light but I headed the advice and went in. It was advice well taken as by 7.20pm a queue was forming. All you need to say is how you like your steak (saignant pour moi) and what you want to drink. Then strap in for the ride. A beautifully dressed salade to start then the wonderfully tender and perfectly cooked steak, knapped with a deliciously complex almost velvety sauce. Pomme Frites on the side, crisp and golden. Once you’ve finished – more comes ! This is serious quality, and made for a thoroughly enjoyable dinner.

  7. I send a lot of clients here. So easy for folks who don’t speak French. You get one meal and one meal only. No need to know how to order. And it is delicious.

  8. Thanks Paris by Mouth! My last night in Paris…looking for a restaurant in the Latin Quarter, saw your recommendation. We got there just in time to get a table outside before the line started. Great food, the best steak frites and the sauce! And All you can eat! By the time we left, the line was down the street…and it was a Monday!

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