Eating here, as we did, on a cold December evening, the first thing that appealed to us about La Brigout was its characterful, cosy interior and promises of a seasonal (in winter that means hearty and hot!) menu of traditional french cuisine "lightly revisited". And we were not disappointed.
The restaurant was all you could ask for in a Parisian dining experience- local charm without souvenir-shop cheesiness, friendly service, being surrounded mostly by locals (it's better for everyone if we tourists are dispersed a little!), good quality-price ratio, and, above all, tasty, generous, unpretentious french food. I had mushroom Veloute which was delicious, and Boeuf Bourguignon, which was melt-in-the-mouth tender and full of flavour. The chocolate pudding dessert, with its oozing centre of salted butter caramel, was divine.
By way of a criticism, the only thing that I would change about dinner at La Brigout would be the rate of service- it was a bit too quick and I would have liked more time in between courses to relax and enjoy my wine.
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