Fodor's Expert Review Au Boeuf Couronné
Parc de La Villette once housed the city's meat market, and this brasserie devoted to fine beef (whether French or Irish) soldiers on as if nothing has changed. It's worth the trek out to this far-flung neighborhood to sample one of the 16 takes on the beef theme (plus a gargantuan marrow bone) or good fish and seafood dishes, such as sole or scallops (in season). You'll find meat-lovers from all over Paris in the buzzy dining room, feasting on the good-value €34, four-course lunch menu that includes an apéro and a half bottle of wine.
188 av. Jean-Jaurès
Paris, Île-de-France 75019, France
- Authentic atmosphere
- Spacious outdoor terrace with plants and a vegetal wall
- Convenient to the Philharmonie de Paris