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Le Quincy Restaurant In Paris

Le Quincy is a restaurant in Paris that takes it name from a village in the Loire Valley region of France and for the last thirty plus years has been serving traditional cuisine from this area that is also famous for its wine.

This is one of those places that Parisians try to keep to themselves as it is off the beaten path with a welcoming, warm and cosy atmosphere, with a cheerful, friendly and fun owner who is affectionately known as Boboss and although it is a very traditional French restaurant, the owner surprisingly does speak English, so if your French is a little rusty its worth a try.

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The decor is very traditional with wooden chairs, simple chequered tablecloths, and lots of pictures that decorate the walls along with wall lights that provide a subtle, quite intimate atmosphere. 

You will also find that very traditional French cuisine is served with specialities such as escargots in a garlic sauce, quails roasted with mushrooms and frog legs sautéed with tomatoes and onions.  There are lots of other dishes to choose from as well such as snails, beef bourgignon, oxtail, chicken fricassée, stewed rabbit, etc but some of these are only ever available dependant upon the season, for example boiled crayfish or deer.

Le Quincy is situated close to the River Seine and the Gare de Lyon and being located in the 12th arrondissement of Paris, it is also only a short walk from the Bastille Square or Place de la Bastille, as it is also known.

The owner is quite a character and feels that everyone should eat well and therefore serves up a hearty meal in decent sized portions, so make sure you arrive hungry, as he will expect you to eat up!

Obviously, because of regional specialities and the roots from the Loire Valley region, you will also find a great variety of Loire Valley wines, but the Rhone wines also feature.

Restaurant Guide Key Points

Le Quincy is open on a Tuesday to Friday from noon until 3pm and from 7pm through to 9.30pm, but is closed on all other days.

This is a very small restaurant that is popular with the locals, yet little known by tourists, so reservations are highly recommended and although it is not one of the cheapest restaurants in Paris, you will not be disappointed with the cuisine or the atmosphere.

There is no particular dress code, you just turn up as you are, plus dogs are allowed in side as well.

Also they do not accept credit cards, so you must make sure you have enough cash with you!

Address & Contact Details:

L'Auberge Le Quincy
28 Avenue Ledru-Rollin

Telephone: 1 46 28 46 76

Le Quincy Restaurant

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