Astier

Practical Details

Open Monday-Saturday for lunch & dinner, plus lunch on Sunday

44 Rue Jean-Pierre Timbaud, 75011

Click to book online (last minute is usually OK)

Book by phone: +33 1 43 57 16 35

Why Go?

Classic French restaurants in Paris | Paris by Mouth
Paris restaurants with a good cheese course or cheese plate or cheese trolley | Paris by Mouth
Paris restaurants open on Monday | Paris by Mouth
Paris restaurants open on Sunday | Paris by Mouth
Paris restaurants that are easy to book | Paris by Mouth

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3 Replies to “Astier”

  1. This was on our list of places to visit, and indeed we walked by the joint a couple of times and peered in. Very nice, and a warm welcome, with — oops — American English chatter all around. There goes the neighborhood. We found the fare rather ordinary, including two of the signature items: the spicy prawns (3, small) with stuffed onion, tomato and zucchini, and the oeuf custard pot de creme dessert. The real deal was the “all-you-can-eat” cheese board, depleted by the time it got to our table. It had 10 or more selections, but the waiter could identify only two with any certainty. A very persistent mosca domestica was all over the Cantalet. Advice for a return visit: select a plat du jour, take the cheese course (12E), and order a nice wine.

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