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La Ferrandaise

Duck Confite and Fresh Vegetables

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Portraits of cows adorn the stone walls of this bistro near the Luxembourg Gardens, hinting at the kitchen's penchant for meaty cooking (Ferrandaise is a breed of cattle). Still, there's something for every taste on the market-inspired menu, which always lists three meat and three fish mains. Dill-marinated salmon with sweet mustard sauce is a typical starter, and a thick, milk-fed veal chop might come with a squash pancake and spinach. The dining room buzzes with locals who appreciate the good-value €35 prix fixe—there is no à la carte—and the brilliant bento box–style €16 lunch menu, in which three courses are served all at once.

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  • Credit cards accepted.
  • Closed Sun. and 3 wks in Aug. No lunch Mon. and Sat.
Updated: 02-19-2014

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    We had dinner at this bistro last Friday and strongly recommend it. Nice and interesting food, friendly service. Lots of locals but they welcome tourists. I chose the guinea hen (really good) and for dessert the cerises (I'm still thinking about them!) Great value. It's near the Luxembourg Park.

    by irvilia, 7/13/11

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