This elegant little brasserie evokes turn-of-the-century charm with its Art-Nouveau style and mahogany wood paneled...
moreThis elegant little brasserie evokes turn-of-the-century charm with its Art-Nouveau style and mahogany wood paneled walls straight out of a Left Bank painting. The food is also delightfully Gallic, with all the traditional favorites like escargot, onion soup and homemade Boudin Noir, all of which are outstanding. Orsay is the sister restaurant of the defunct restaurant La Goulue, and though this highly acclaimed restaurant is closed, patrons at Orsay can still have their magnificent steak tartare and famous Canard à l'Orange.less
The food here leaned toward the salty side. The escargot and bass were cooked to the perfect texture and the flavors besides salt were delicious but a little overshadowed. Loved the tricolor...more
Five star architecture, scene, and ambiance. Truly feels like walking into a random bistro in Paris. The intricate ceiling carvings and tile work are a beautiful setting for a fine meal. Sadly the...more