Came here not having read the reviews and didn’t expect the menu to be price fixed. They only serve one 2 course meal that everyone gets. It surprised us but we welcomed it and understood why. This place is extremely busy and the business model of serving only salad for appetizer and a meat dish with French fries increases their turnover rate dramatically. We had no issue getting a table probably because it was 10pm when we got there BUT the place was still extremely packed. Majority of the waitstaff do speak some English, some better than others, but they are all very friendly and service you with a smile. The salad was fresh and they used a form of horseradish on the salad with beets and it was quite tasty. I’ve never had horseradish in my salad before but it worked surprisingly well. The next course was a small piece of meat cut pre-cut into 4-5 slices with French fries and this greenish mystery sauce. I believe the meat to be a form of skirt steak, so not exactly the highest quality of meats. The mystery sauce is amazing!! We loved it. I couldn’t figure out all the ingredients but I will definitely try to re-create it back in the states. The fries were a little smaller than McDonald’s fries but thicker than shoe string fries. They were not dripping with oil nor did it taste like oil when eating it. They cooked it well. After you finish your steak and fries, they come back with a 2nd serving of the exact same thing. We ordered our meat rare because your options were rare, medium, and well done. The rare was cooked to perfection. It had grill marks and the middle was red. The degree to which it was cooked and what it looked like was on par with wagyu sashimi. The meat was tender and the sauce enhanced the flavor profile. After the 2 servings of meat and fries, that’s it. Dessert is not included. In my opinion, I would rather forego the 2nd serving and have dessert included. I doubt their business model will change anytime soon. Service was excellent and quick. They do accept credit cards and the bill are also printed in English. If you’re ever in Paris, you have to try this place at least once. Anymore and I think you’ll get the feeling of diminishing returns of the sauce.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.