My fiancee and I spent 5 days in Paris and 5 in wine country. We ate at Michelin starred restaurants along the way. But this was hands down the best meal of the trip. Frank the owner is very friendly, professional, and accommodating. He adjusted my reservation time for me several times. He loves to joke and make his guests feel welcome. The food was perfect. The decor and ambiance was spot on. This is a must see type of restaurant!
Great place to go for a major dinner. Three courses for a good price, portions generous. Gougenotte just ok to start, wonderful veal stew, fish very good, peanut mousse cake and pistachio Charlotte really good for dessert. Service attentive but not warm.
If only we'd noticed this restaurant, right next door to our hotel, when we first arrived. If only we'd read the hotel's list of recommended restaurants, instead of wandering through the Latin Quarter getting so-so food. Alas, we only discovered this place walking back to the hotel on our last night.
La Ferrandaise was simply amazing. The food was fresh, seasonal and interestingly prepared. I had duck liver pate with house made green pea ice cream on top as a starter, and it only got better from there.
The service was perfect, the wine was delicious, and the prices were reasonable (for a Michilin listed restaurant). We got dessert *and* the cheese course, which did not disappoint.
Even though our French was sparse, the staff was incredibly polite. the restaurant is small, so if you blink, you'll walk right past it - though they did seem to have additional seating downstairs.
Our favorite place in Paris. One of those you don't want to call attention to lest it get too busy but we had to. No pretense, reasonable prices for great food. The service is also great, especially for english-only speakers. Just a great all around spot in Paris.
La Ferrandaise served one of the best dinners I have ever had in Paris. A must-go if you are ever in the Latin Quarter near the Jardin du Luxembourg and the Sorbonne.
Awesome! This was one of the most delicious meals I have had, in a delightful setting, with attentive and gracious staff.
This place rocks! The food quality is superbe, spoke to the manager/owner (not sure which of the two) and he briefed me that all the meats and produce used in the restaurant are hand selected by himself from the farms in his region and he arranges the transport of all this himself.
The quantity is quite big. I had a filet mignon of veal and it was amazing. Not too much and extremely tasty.
I highly recommend this place!
I must thank Alexander Lorano for mentioning this restaurant because it truly is a hidden gem tucked away in the Latin quarter. Small and rustic this is a true gastronomical french bistro. Not an easy place to get reservations not because its booked for months ahead of time but because it is cherished by locals . After 4 attempts to get in, our last day in Paris we were able to get reservations in the early evening. My wife and I decided to get the 6 course tasting menu and wine paring to attack what seemed to be a chef in great demand. Kevin Besson, head chef did not disappoint. We first started out with radishes and truffle butter, next course was some real delicate pate, mozzarella and bread and some chartucherie on top of white beans, next was a sardine on top of soft goat cheese, followed by a dish that mimicked a payaya with clams, fried sea bream and polenta. Next was grilled veal (nice and bloody) and ratatouille . The cheese plate was filling and dessert had a nice double chocolate mousse accompanied by kiwi fruit and strawberries. Fantastic night.
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