L'Os à Moelle, Paris

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3, rue Vasco de Gama 75015

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    L'Os à Moelle: Bistro by real chef

    by queenpud Updated Sep 28, 2007

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    This place is popular with the locals; young and professional crowd. It is small, around 10 tables. The menu offers little choice, Chef Thierry Faucher one of the young protégés of Christian Constant during his time at the kitchen at les Ambassadeurs (Hotel Crillon), prepares a different fixed price menu everyday, with two or three choices per course. Five courses, including dessert, plus an optional small cheese course (no supplement). €38
    The cooking is always reliable, focusing on pristine ingredients. The sauces are intense but never overpowering.
    One comes away pleased again and again.

    Worth trying La Cave de L'Os à Moelle, a tiny wine bar extension of the restaurant with the same name. It is the type of place where you can drop in to share a bottle of wine with friends or you can call in for a delightful meal served at shared tables, holding about eight people.

    Bon Appetit

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    L'Os à Moelle: Eat cream of the cream food for almost nothing

    by Hamster_Huey Written Jul 24, 2003

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    This is a fabulous place. Imagine Hotel Crillon type of food (exquisite), without all the fuss of fancy restaurants. Open your eyes, you're at l'Os à Moelle!!

    This place was created by a former cook at l'Hotel Crillon, one of the best restaurants/Hotels in Paris. He chose to open a restaurant outside of paris fancy touristy areas to keep price low. Another thing is that the menu is fixed, no choice, depending on what he found at the market in the morning. So the 6 course meal is set, but sometimes you have a choice of entrees or desserts, not always.

    menu is 30 Euros per person (yes thirty!!) for a 6 course menu, in an unformal athmosphere. (wine is extra, of course).

    Favorite Dish: There is also a bistro accross the street owned by the same person, but I have never been there. I heard it is even cheaper, and that all people sit at the same table.

    Tell me what it's like if you do go there.

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    L'Os à Moelle: Only choice of set menu

    by SHARKFIN Written Oct 6, 2003

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    The rest is located on 3, vasco de gamma . The food is exquisite for the price u paid . the set meal cost about 32 eur . we had soup , foi'r gras( liver, my spelling may be off ), a fish , then main course ( i had beef ) follow by dessert then ice cream then coffee . the whole dinner cost us 97 eur with 3 glasses of wine . for someone who hate liver to say the foi'r gras is simply delicious , the food quality is just yummmmmmmmmmmmm. I wish i am back there this weekend . .....

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