Meat specialists

Rare, medium or well-done? With a sauce or grilled? In Paris, meat is enjoyed in all manner of ways.

Going against the vegetarian trend that is becoming increasingly popular in the capital, food lovers will have noticed the growing popularity of red meat. Argentinean grills, American-style steakhouses, restaurants with barbeques and fireplace grills where the meat can be cooked in front of customers have sprung up all over the city. The latest trend is definitely a carnivorous one! For the ultimate in chic, buy your meat at Yves-Marie Le Bourdonnec, the celebrity butcher behind the ‘I love meat’ movement.

Au Boeuf couronné

Traditional French cuisine
188 avenue Jean Jaurès, Paris, 75019

The only one of its kind left, Au Bœuf Couronné is the last trace of La Villette’s formerly booming meat industry. The menu has......

Crockett’s Tavern

Traditional French cuisine | In a hotel
Disney’s Davy Crockett Ranch® - Disneyland® Paris, Marne-la-Vallée, 77777

Within Disney's Davy Crockett Ranch, Crockett's Tavern offers a large choice of simple international dishes (as well as a grill......

The Steakhouse

Traditional French cuisine
Disney® Village - Disneyland® Paris, Marne-la-Vallée, 77777

Excellent steak restaurant modelled on warehouses in Chicago during the prohibition. With meat and vegetables grilled in the......

Nos ancêtres les Gaulois

Restaurant original for its venue or entertainment | With show (cabaret, singing, etc)
39 rue Saint-Louis-en-l'Île, Paris, 75004

Nos ancêtres les Gaulois has been a Parisian gastronomical institution since 1969, offering an original set menu that focuses on......

Au Moulin à Vent

Traditional French cuisine
20 rue des Fossés Saint-Bernard, Paris, 75005

Salers meat and Beaujolais wines.

Le J'Go

Traditional French cuisine
4 rue Drouot, Paris, 75009

You would think it was the South of France, or more precisely Gascony right in the heart of Paris. A proud native of Gascony and......

Le Louchebem

31 rue Berger - 10 rue des Prouvaires, Paris, 75001

‘Louchebem’ is a slang word dating from the time when Les Halles was the ‘belly’ of Paris, which referred to ‘the butcher’.......