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Need a classic French brasserie serving both international favourites and French regional specialties? Looking for it in the heart of the First, close to the Tuileries, Place de la Concorde and other tourist top ten sights? We've found Chez Flottes, a relaxed and informal brasserie kitted out in wood bar and panelling, Art Deco paintings, tiled floor, and loads of Art Nouveau stained glass to give the dining rooms an amber glow. Try starter of classic French onion soup or foie gras, main course of leg of lamb, and pudding of tarte tatin. Good country wines.

Voted best brasserie in Paris by 'Le Figaro' (17/18 Sept 2005)


Venue name: Flottes
Address: 2 Rue Cambon

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can't rate the restaurant ,because is below any rating! i ordered union soup and almost had burned my tongue. it was more than obvious that the food has been overheated in the microwave. then I ordered grilled prawns with basmati rice and again it was overheated in the microwave the rice without taste and the prawns very bad quality and taste. I come from a mediterrenean country and I know about sea food. the bill very expensive I paid directlly but I made my complaints .they told me to wait because the chef was coming . I was waiting and the waiter comes and says I am sorry . the chef never came ... unacceptable ! it was not enough for them that the food was a disaster they made me wait also!!!