Fodor's Expert Review Boucherie Roulière

$$ St-Germain-des-Pres French

If it's steak you're craving, put your faith in Jean-Luc Roulière, a fifth-generation butcher who opened this long, narrow bistro near St-Sulpice church. Partner Franck Pinturier is from the Auvergne region, which is also known for its melt-in-the-mouth meat, so start with truffle-scented ravioli or a rich marrow bone before indulging in a generous slab of Limousin or Salers beef, excellent veal kidney, or, for the meat-shy, perhaps lobster or sea bass. The minimalist cream-and-brown dining room with checkerboard floor tiles and black-and-white photos on the walls keeps the focus on the food, and waiters are of the professional Parisian breed.

French Service Casual Lunch Dinner Bistro $$

Quick Facts

24 rue des Canettes
Paris, Île-de-France  75005, France

-01–43–26–25–70

www.boucherie-rouliere.fr

Known For:
  • Great for large groups
  • Superb price-to-quality ratio
  • All things meat
Restaurant Details:
Rate Includes: Closed Aug.

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