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Le Boeuf claims to serve the original recipe for classic steak frites with Parisian sauce and loyal patrons keep coming back for it and more besides.
Rating : 15/20
Le Boeuf’s appetisers include soups, pates and cold cuts if you have a large appetite but usually just the entrecote, unlimited french fries and a walnut salad are enough. The standard set comprises a 160 gram cut of beef rising to 300 grams for Le Grand Boeuf or 500 grams for a tender wagyu cut to share. For non-meat eaters salmon served in the restaurant’s famous sauce is available. It is a good idea to specify that you’d like your steak to be less well done than you’d normally have it because it arrives on a sizzling iron plate and will continue to cook for a minute or two. The thinly sliced tender entrecote goes well with the rich, creamy sauce and the freshly made hot and crunchy fries. Side orders of vegetables may be ordered. The sauce is also good with thick, tender and beautifully cooked lamb chops. The dessert menu is varied with favourites such as strawberry vacherin, semi freddo Grand Marnier, mont blanc and baba aux rum but chocolate profiterole with vanilla ice cream and hot chocolate sauce beats all.
Rating : 35/40
A limited but good selection of mostly artisanal red wines. A full bar also serves cocktails and beers.
Rating : 15/20
Rating : 17/20