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L'Entrecôte de Paris, a French steakhouse establishment located just off Champs Elysees, offers a classic Parisian dining experience with its simple yet delicious menu. The ambiance is lively and bustling, with a queue often forming outside. The interior design is cozy and traditional, with red banquettes and wooden tables. Prices are on the higher side, but the unlimited fries and secret sauce make it worth the cost.

The menu focuses on one main dish: entrecôte steak served with a walnut salad and unlimited fries. The steak is cooked to perfection and the special sauce is a must-try. For those looking for a lighter option, the restaurant also offers a leaner 180g steak. The children's menu is reasonably priced at €11 and includes a drink and dessert.

Cocktails, soft drinks, and wines are available to pair with your meal. The wine list is decent, offering a variety of French wines to choose from. The service is friendly and efficient, although some have reported rude behavior from certain staff members. Outdoor seating is not available, but the location on Champs Elysees makes for a great spot to people watch.

Overall, L'Entrecôte de Paris is a fine dining spot that may not live up to the hype for some, but is still worth a visit for the steak and unlimited fries.

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Werner B. Request content removal
The manager had a situation with the previous group waiting in line. She assumed we were part of that previous group and because of that she didn't want to let us in. We tried to explain we did not even know them but she insisted we should leave. Definitely I would not recommend anybody to attend this place. I think it was just discrimination against foreigners.
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We were finishing another day of walking around Paris and being within the vicinity of the Arc de Triomphe, this family unanimously voted for a hearty meal, so off we gps assisted walked to L'Entrecôte de Paris. We were probably in line for a good 30 minutes around 8 pm in October, which was just enough time for me to snap outdoor night shots of the Champs-Élysées with the Arc de Triomphe as my subject. Our party of four was seated on the second floor as the ground floor was filled to capacity. This made me wonder why the basement tables (where the restrooms are located) were left empty. Our server, Alex, was coincidentally a fellow Filipino and "Visayan" who spoke the same dialect as us. So my wife and I were talking to him comfortably the whole time. This table of famished tourists decided to keep it simple and get the popular L'Entrecôte de Paris formule, which consisted of a Walnut Salad and an 180 gm grilled Sirloin with "just the right texture" crispy fries and the Champvert family's own secret sauce (oh so good). We paired this combo with a bottle of Bordeaux because you know, France. :) The Walnut Salad was just a nice refreshing starter to the feast that was coming. The steaks grilled medium underwhelmed me at first glance. Thought it wasn't photogenic at all, but that notion just about disappeared in our heads as soon as we gorged on the tender beef cuts. I'm not a french fry fan and would prefer a side salad or fruit if there's an alternative option, but the frites that were served us were a gustatory win combined with the buttery mustard sauce. I said a whispery no when our server offered another heaping of the "at will" sides, and that proved to be another wise decision of the night as we inhaled the sauce smothered fries the second time around. We capped our dinner with our favorites, creme brulee, and profiteroles. These were winners as well. The minute we stepped out of the restaurant, we couldn't stop talking about how good the combination was. For €25.90 this was such a decent meal on the Champs-Élysées.
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Excellent food, and service. The best entrecôte in Paris!
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French, Steakhouses
ClosedOpens at 11:30AM
€€ Price range per person €23 - €50
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29 Rue de Marignan
Paris, Île-de-France, France
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Franklin D. Roosevelt
29 Rue de Marignan, Paris, Île-de-France, France
Features
Сredit cards accepted No outdoor seating No booking No delivery No takeaway Wheelchair accessible Wi-Fi Parking TV
Opening hours
SundaySun 11:30AM-11:30PM
MondayMon 11:30AM-11:30PM
TuesdayTue 11:30AM-11:30PM
WednesdayWed 11:30AM-11:30PM
ThursdayThu 11:30AM-11:30PM
FridayFri 11:30AM-11:30PM
SaturdaySat 11:30AM-11:30PM

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