Fodor's Expert Review Astier

$$ Republique French

There are three good reasons to go to Astier: the generous cheese platter plunked on your table atop a help-yourself wicker tray, the exceptional wine cellar with bottles dating back to the 1970s, and the French bistro fare (even if portions seem to have diminished over the years). Dishes like marinated herring with warm potato salad, sausage with lentils, and baba au rhum are classics on the frequently changing set menu, which includes a selection of no less than 20 cheeses. The vintage 1950s wood-paneled dining room and traditional red-checked tablecloths attracts plenty of locals and remains a fairly sure bet in the area, especially because it's open every day.

French Lively Prix-Fixe Lunch Dinner Brunch Bistro $$ Family

Quick Facts

44 rue Jean-Pierre Timbaud
Paris, Île-de-France  75011, France

-01–43–57–16–35

www.restaurant-astier.com

Known For:
  • Same-day reservations possible
  • Traditional atmosphere
  • Excellent choice for authentic French cooking

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