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Benoit

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L'Astrance

Benoit and L'Astrance are both highly recommended by experts. Overall, L'Astrance ranks significantly better than Benoit. L'Astrance scores 97 with approval from 15 reviewers including Lonely Planet, Time Out and Frommer's.

Benoit and L'Astrance are both highly recommended by experts. Overall, L'Astrance ranks significantly better than Benoit. L'Astrance scores 97 with approval from 15 reviewers including Lonely Planet, Time Out and Frommer's.

tripexpert score
85
#24 in Paris
location

20 rue Saint-Martin, 75004 Paris

endorsements
  • 9 endorsements
  • 17

    DK Eyewitness

    A gem of a Parisian bistro, super-chef Alain Ducasse has retained the faux-marbre, polished-brass, and lace-curtain decor created in 1912.

  • 6

    Fodor's

    It's a splurge to be here, so go all the way and top off your meal with the caramelized tarte tatin or a rum-doused baba. Full Review →

  • 1

    Frommer's 33

    There's something weighty about this historical monument; every mayor of Paris has dined here since the restaurant was founded in 1912. Full Review →

  • 21

    Gayot 14.0

    The chef turns out escargots in their shells with garlic butter and herbs; tête-de-veau, or head of veal, in a traditional ravigote vinaigrette sauce; boeuf à la parisienne; and good cassoulet. Full Review →

  • 11

    Michelin Guide 53

    Alain Ducasse runs this chic and lively bistro, one of the oldest in Paris. Classic cuisine, respecting the soul of this fine, authentic establishment. Full Review →

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98
#1 in Paris

4 rue Beethoven, Paris

  • 15 endorsements
  • 17

    DK Eyewitness

    The inventive cuisine of L’Astrance’s two chefs has made it so popular that you must book at least a month ahead.

  • 6

    Fodor's Tick Choice

    Barbot's cooking has such an ethereal quality that it's worth the considerable effort of booking a table. Full Review →

  • 1

    Frommer's 34

    Pascal Barbot is a true culinary force in the kitchen. Full Review →

  • 21

    Gayot 17.0

    The glazed rabbit with its savory curry, and accompanied by tomato and sorrel, is typical of an eclectic cuisine that doesn't try to marry, at any price, today's fads. Full Review →

  • 11

    Michelin Guide 55

    No menu or a la carte choices in this where chef Pascal Barbot produces a different 'surprise menu' at each sitting. Full Review →

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