Le Bec Rouge
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Posted: Mon Aug 12 2013
It might be an odd thing to say of a restaurant that it seems to possess a sense of humour, but there’s something about the Le Bec Rouge’s charming decor, the playfulness of the helpful staff and their unusual yet lovingly concocted dishes that can’t help but prompt a smile. Away from the touristy path but easily accessible by Metro, Le Bec Rouge was established by award winning Chef Jean-Luc Maurice in 1999, quickly establishing a reputation for being not only the largest Alsatian restaurant in Paris, but also amongst its finest. A room of bare wooden tables and pale yellow walls dotted with antiques from Alsace, it’s indeed not always the quietest, but Le Bec Rouge’s real trump card is precisely it’s fantastic atmosphere.