Fodor's Expert Review Au Passage
This bistrot à vins has the lived-in look of a longtime neighborhood hang-out—which it was until two veterans of the raging Paris wine-bar scene reinvented the place, keeping the vintage, laid-back atmosphere and adding a serious foodie menu that's one of the best deals in town. A blackboard lists a selection of tapas, including several house-made pâtés, fresh tomato or beet salads, a superb seafood carpaccio, and artisanal charcuterie and cheeses. For dinner, four or more diners can hack away at a crispy-succulent roasted lamb haunch.
1 bis, passage Saint-Sébastien
Paris, Île-de-France 75011, France
- Gastronomy on a budget
- Friendly, low-key vibe
- Roasted lamb haunch to share