The countryside in the heart of the Marais district ? It is possible at Robert et Louise, an authentic steakhouse opened in 1958.
A country way of life
Opened in 1958 by Robert and Louise, this inn is now managed by their daughter, Pascale Georget, and her companion, François Mezun. Like an incongruity in the heart of the very trendy Haut-Marais in the 3rd arrondissement of Paris, it maintains a certain country way of life, with its farmhouse decor and its local dishes by the fireplace. At Robert and Louise, we eat meat grilled over a wood fire. Beef ribs, rib steak, T-Bone steak, leg and ribs of lamb, veal kidney, but also confit or duck breast, prawns and mushroom omelette.
The house, opened in 1958, has just celebrated its 63rd anniversary. The house has the particularity that we often share the tables with other guests, with whom we can spend a pleasant evening, getting to know each other, around a good bottle of wine. It is in this atmosphere and this setting that you will taste local products, such as leg of lamb, snails, grilled blood sausage, not to mention the grilled meats, including the rib of beef cooked over the embers, for two or even for three !
A great team of cooks and waiters
The desserts are also traditional, with homemade desserts such as crème brûlée or chocolate cake, as well as cottage cheese with raspberry coulis or chestnut cream, or lemon meringue pie. For fifteen years, Robert and Louise having left us, the house is run by Pascale, one of their daughters, and François, her husband. And of course a great team of cooks and waiters.
64 Old Temple Street 75003 Paris