I was recommended by a friend of this bistro. The restaurant looks very traditional outside but the food are modern and original. At least I haven’t seen these courses elsewhere, name just a few, the dorade tartare, the roasted duck and the sablé maison with a few kinds of fresh oranges. So delicious.
This place used to offer a menu of three courses for €45. The menu is still offered on the web site but it's not available at the restaurant. So, three courses now cost around €60. The food is better (my last few visits found erratic behavior in the kitchen). But the price is new.
The waiter cut his finger cutting bread so service was a little disrupted . Very friendly staff, just need better organization
Just delightful alround. I shall be visiting against... merci.
Extraordinary dishes, very fine and clean tastes. Good wine list to go with that. Just great!
This is a fantastic restaurant with superb food, expertly cooked but what makes it is the staff, amazing, attentive and great service ????
Average food and service. Wouldn't recommend the Poulet de Bresse special at all, came in 2 services ... first breast part OK ... nothing special and second service of leg and thigh was so tough it was hard to cut off meat to eat. Desserts we're average. Quietly informed server who said kitchen staff would talk to supplier. Comped the desserts. Thanks. Whole experience was not up standards expected of a restaurant associated with chef Rostang. We have been in France many dozens of times and have experience with French cuisine from simple country cafes to a n many Michelin 1* 2* and 3* restaurants. Time for Monsieur Rostang to assess this associated "a cote" operation.
Wait time foe main course was too long, especially since we did not order a first course. Excuse for delay was poor.
My friends from US was so happy at discreet B-day dinner. She comes once year for the quenelles and it was nice of you to reserve a potion for her; it’s her annual pleasure while she’s in Paris. This time her husband got to come for the first time. Thank you very much;)
Wonderful French cuisine and hospitality - doesn't get much better than this for authentic French dining experience ☺️
Delicious meal and friendly service.
Un bistrot traditionnel decoration kitch (collections diverses) ou de nombreux habitués viennent dîner Cuisine goûteuse service attentionné
le meilleur bistrot du 17e
Delicious food, cosy eclectic atmosphere and a sweet, friendly staff.
My wife and I have been eating in Paris for the last twenty years and Bistrot Flaubert gets our vote for the best. From the greeting to the ambiance to the food and drink, this is a truly wonderful experience.
A small, quiet and esthetic restaurant. Recommended for a quiet discussion for business or a romantic evening.
It's always excellent. No Foie gras for the starter, A bit salty compare to usual for ceviche. Reasonable prices for the excellent dishes, Mr. Rostang next door takes good care of his next door.
Déjeuner: de 12h30 à 14h (sauf samedi, dimanche et lundi)
Dîner: de 19h30 à 23h00 (sauf dimanche et lundi)
10, rue Gustave Flaubert, 75017, Paris, France
Voici le premier des bistrots de Michel Rostang. Ouvert en 1987, le Flaubert est une ancienne épicerie fine qui recréé désormais l'ambiance des bistrots d'antan.
La cuisine de terroir s'inspire des spécialités lyonnaises, savoyardes et provençales. Goûtez par exemple aux perchettes du Lac Léman à la Grenobloise, pommes de terre ciboulette, un délice !
Une décoration surprenante composée d'une collection de barbotines et une cuisine gourmande finiront de vous enchanter.
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