Bistro Lepicurien: "Don't miss the foie gras salad!" Bistro Lepicurien Tip by mpileggi

Bistro Lepicurien, Paris: 1 reviews and 1 photos


This small bistro is located near the Place du Teatre but far enough away that there were no other tourists in the restaurant. I ran into friends Anne and Jim on a Montmartre walking tour, so we had lunch together. The interior is lovely with yellow painted walls.

Favorite Dish: This bistro had daily menus. I had a salad with a nice thick slab of foie gras, thinly sliced duck, and gizzards. For my main dish, I had the Filet de Rouget a la Provencale, a red mullet fish with an eggplant puree. The salad was absolutely fabulous but I didn?t care for the fish. The salad was large enough to enjoy as my lunch along with the bread, so I could have skipped the fish. 19?.

Address: 86 bis, rue Lepic, Paris XVIII
Price Comparison: about average
Phone: 01 42 51 25 51
Price: US$21-30
Rating: 4
Theme: French
Website: http://+33 1 42 51 25 51

Review Helpfulness: 2.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Sep 19, 2007
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