A British steakhouse serves generous cuts of Yorkshire beef in elegant, exclusive-feeling surroundings.
As you might reasonably have guessed, here it’s all about the steak. At the reins is star Parisian butcher Yves-Marie le Bourdonnec, well known for selling premium British cuts at his eponymous butcher’s in the 16th arrondissement. Now, he’s branching out into the restaurant world with this stylish debut opening near Châtelet.
Served with Charlotte potatoes cooked in duck fat and grilled Paris mushrooms, the steak dish we order is juicy, generous and comforting in equal measure. Matured and prepared in situ, before being grilled on charcoal, the cuts of Yorkshire meat are just fantastic.
As for drinks, Le Bourdonnec has teamed up with the ever-savvy Experimental Cocktail Club, who have curated a ‘quintessentially British’ cocktail menu, available in the restaurant and also at the bar.
TRANSLATION: FLORA HUDSON
|Venue name:||The Beef Club||Contact:|
58 rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau
|Opening hours:||Daily 7pm-12pm|
|Transport:||Metro: Les Halles or Etienne Marcel|
|Price:||Main course around €30|