Brazilian steakhouse Brutos occupies a caviar piece of real estate in one of the chicest sectors of Paris’ rapidly gentrifying 11th arrondissement. Owners Ninon Lecomte and chef Lucas Baur de Campos have created a gleaming, ultra-contemporary South American dining experience with a level of skill and vision that exceeds just about any restaurant purveying non-French cuisine in the City of Light.
OUR PHOTOS OF BRUTOS
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Le Fooding (2018) says “don’t forget about the foreplay” to the “braised treats” at Brutos, by which they mean the appetizers, we hope. They call the wine selection “pretty spectacular.”
Time Out (2017) calls Brutos “a walk on the wild side for your tastebuds,” praising the “beautifully tender rib steak.”
Le Monde (2017) François Simon’s enthusiastic review of Brutos is notable for the fact that he must define jalapeños for a French readership, and for his strange, coddling tone, referring to the team of the newly-opened restaurant as though he were narrating a nature film featuring bird hatchlings.