Time Out says
Craving some classy barbecue during your sojourn in Paris? You're in luck. At Flesh, everything’s been for a toss on the grill before hitting your plate. Choose from a selection of high quality Black Angus steaks, free range chicken legs, smoked pork ribs and tiger prawns, and leave the magic to Simon John Lewis, former chef at Frenchie and Spring, who heads up this elegant restaurant – and he sure knows a thing or two about barbecues.
The meats, cooked rare, are flavoursome, served with sides of garlic chips or cauliflower with chorizo, nuts and sage. The lunch menu is particularly appealing: a main with a side and a drink will set you back just €14.50. The portions aren’t huge, but they’re big enough, and if you feel like a feast you can opt for the extra-large portion for €4 more. In the evenings, meals will set you back around €30, a little more if you go for one the special house cocktails concocted to complement the different meats.
25 rue de Douai
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