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Cafe des Abbatoirs restaurant in Paris | Paris by Mouth

Café des Abattoirs

Practical information

Address: 10 rue Gomboust, 75001
Nearest transport: Pyramides (7, 14), Quatre-Septembre (3)
Hours: Open every day for lunch & dinner
Reservations: Book a day or two in advance
Telephone: 01 76 21 77 60
Average price for lunch: 20-39€
Average price for dinner: 40-59€
Style of cuisine: Classic French, steak joint
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Reviews of interest

New York Times (2014) “The sisters uphold their father’s penchant for simple dishes prepared with top-tier ingredients, in a family-friendly environment that has a whiff of nostalgia…Unsurprisingly, the mains and their house-made condiments were the standouts of a recent meal: plancha grilled lobster marinated in herbed, salted butter; Dijon-crusted baby chicken; tender Angus beef ribs… Despite a few missed opportunities — a short, predictable wine list and uninspired desserts — this is feel-good Rostang cooking at its finest.”

David Lebovitz (2014) “I don’t think you could get a multicourse meal like this in San Francisco or New York for €32 – €45, which includes tax and tip.”

Alexander Lobrano (2013) “Superb Scottish Black Angus skirt steak… it was a beautifully cooked piece of meat and came to the table with both fries and Lyonnaise potatoes and a chrome condiments caddy that contained homemade ketchup, barbecue sauce, mustard and a tomato-horseradish relish that was so good I’d happily have bought a bottle or two if it’d had been on sale… This is a friendly well-conceived restaurant in a very convenient location.”

John Talbott (2013) “A winner and a half, albeit pricy.”

Le Figaro (2013) “Assortiment de hors-d’œuvre: bien séquencé entre air du temps (velouté de potimarron) et canaille mondain (impeccable roquette et oreille de cochon). Gratin de gras-double: lyonnaiserie allégée. Tartare de veau: d’une chair gouleyante.”

Paris Bouge (2013) “Ce nouveau spot est dédié aux belles viandes… Vous aurez notamment le choix entre un gratin de gras double comme chez Léon de Lyon, un coquelet du “Coq d’en face”, un gigot d’agneau façon kebab (notre coup de cœur) ou bien encore des ribs de bœuf “Black Angus”. Côté garnitures, c’est vous qui voyez: frites fraîches façon Suzy, pommes de terre grenaille avec des tomates, oignons et citrons confits, roquette pommes paille.”

Les Grands Ducs (2013) “Les vins sont tarifés avec raison… et le service, joyeux et diligent, s’accorde au mieux avec la bonhommie d’une clientèle de quartier, chic mais pas bégueule. Une belle surprise.”

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