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Posted: Wed Feb 29 2012
Surely the first stop on any staunch carnivore’s trip to Paris, Charbon Rouge takes its interest in charcoal grilled meats to delicious extremes. Over the two floors of their restaurant, the leading team of Julien Cote-Colisson and Periche Fernando serve up the very finest meats of the world, along with side dishes of confit shallots, salads, string beans and their highly renowned French Fries. Despite the red blooded nature of the whole affair, the atmosphere created by the elegant mosaics, unvarnished wood tables and effortlessly friendly service ensure Charbon Rouge remains well suited to its classy neighbourhood.
And if steaks really aren’t your thing, fear not - the Canadian lobster and fillets of sea bass are as much of a labour of love.