Fodor's Expert Review Benoît
Without changing the vintage 1912 setting, superchef Alain Ducasse and Thierry de la Brosse of L'Ami Louis have subtly improved the menu, with dishes such as marinated salmon, frogs' legs in a morel-mushroom cream sauce, and an outstanding cassoulet served in a cast-iron pot. It's a splurge to dine here, so go all the way, and top off your meal with the caramelized tarte tatin or a rum-doused baba.
20 rue St-Martin
Paris, Île-de-France 75004, France
- Glorious Marais setting overlooking the Seine with equally romantic interior
- Affordable prix-fixe lunch menu
- Charming outdoor terrace in warm weather