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L'Astrance

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Bistrot Paul Bert

L'Astrance and Bistrot Paul Bert are both highly recommended by those who travel for a living. On balance, L'Astrance scores significantly higher than Bistrot Paul Bert. L'Astrance comes in at #1 in Paris with endorsements from 15 sources like Lonely Planet, The World's 50 Best Restaurants and Travel + Leisure.

L'Astrance and Bistrot Paul Bert are both highly recommended by those who travel for a living. On balance, L'Astrance scores significantly higher than Bistrot Paul Bert. L'Astrance comes in at #1 in Paris with endorsements from 15 sources like Lonely Planet, The World's 50 Best Restaurants and Travel + Leisure.

tripexpert score
98
#1 in Paris
location

4 rue Beethoven, Paris

endorsements
  • 15 endorsements
  • 22

    BlackBook

    Pascol Barbot’s whiz-kid New French has earned him three Michelin stars in record time.

  • 14

    Concierge

    For fashionable foodies, a meal at this small, split-level dining room with silver-painted walls on a quiet residential street near the Trocadero is guaranteed Nirvana. In fact, some of...

  • 8

    Condé Nast Traveler Tick Editor's Pick

    Revel in the pleasures of such dishes as spinach with spicy piquillo peppers, chili pepper sorbet, and baby ravioli stuffed with a tangy bite of citron. - Patricia Wells. Full Review →

  • 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 →

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#13 in Paris

18 rue Paul-Bert, 75011 Paris

  • 14 endorsements
  • 22

    BlackBook

    Hardly the secret it was a couple of years ago, this place bursts with bobos and businessmen dialed in to its superior value.

  • 14

    Concierge

    With a friendly, arty crowd and wonderful food, this back-beyond-the-Bastille bistro would be well worth seeking out even if it weren't one of the best buys in town.

  • 8

    Condé Nast Traveler

    The steak au poivre is bathed in a sauce of pan drippings and cream spiked with coarse Sarawak pepper and Cognac. The double-fried frites are crispy bliss. Full Review →

  • 17

    DK Eyewitness

    This bistro’s popularity is not surprising, given its combination of vintage decor – complete with zinc bar – and classic bistro cooking.

  • 6

    Fodor's Tick Choice

    The Paul Bert delivers everything you could want from a traditional Paris bistro. Full Review →

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