Positioned on the shelves you will find old Michelin guides and
other memorabilia from times gone by that makes this small bistro cosy and intimately
classic in its style, yet with a menu that does not disappoint.
Also, this Paris bistro has a
reputation for excellent quality food, which is understandable, considering it is run by
the Michel Rostang Group and the menu is always changing, with a completely new menu every
couple of months, making this bistro even more enjoyable.
Some of the dishes on offer may include marinated mackeral with mushrooms and carrots,
Pyrenees lamb with crumble crust and parmesan shortbread biscuit, chicken with a creamy
mashed potato, and you cannot think about visiting this particular restaurant in Paris without trying the
chocolate dessert, which is one of Rostang's specialities.
You get the same quality of food as you would at the Michelin star restaurant next door
but at a fraction of the price, yet this is not a place for a quiet romantic dinner, as
although cosy, because the bistro is small the tables are positioned close together and
therefore it is more suited to a meal out as a family or with friends.
Restaurant Guide Key Points
The Bistrot d'a Cote Flaubert in Paris is open on a
Monday to Friday from noon until 2.30pm and of an evening from 7.30pm through to 10.30pm
yet is closed at the weekends.
The average cost per person is upward of 40, but adding some of the wines can make
the end bill much higher.
The nearest Metro station is the Ternes.
Address & Contact Details:
Bistrot d'a Cote Flaubert
10 Rue Gustave Flaubert
Telephone: 1 42 67 05 81