Le Boeuf sur le Toit
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Posted: Wed Feb 29 2012
Named after a surrealist ballet piece choreographed by Jean Cocteau in 1920, the restaurant Le Boeuf sure le Toit is a Parisian restaurant filled with deliciously original charm.
Dating back to the early ‘20s, Le Boeuf – as it’s known by its enthusiastic regulars – moved to its current location just moments from the Champs-Élysées in 1941.
It’s easy to see why then owner Louis Moysés chose this location, 34 Rue de Colisée is an incredible Art Deco styled space full of original early 20th century features.
These superb surroundings provide the ideal backdrop to Le Boeuf sur le Toit’s fine cuisine which owes much to the sunny flavours of the South of France and the Mediterranean islands.