Carnivores, want a good piece of meat in Paris?

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#1

A combination of butcher shop-restaurants and charcuteries.

The Butchers of Paname
9, rue de l’Ecole de Médecine, 75006 Paris
Specialty côte de bœuf smoked for 7 hours and cooked at basse temperature for 72 hours.

Atelier Carnem
5, rue du Pot de Fer, 75005 Paris
Meats from New Zealand, Spain… and a matching wine cave.

Maloka Fogo e Brasa
1 bis rue Augereau, 75007 Paris
Specialty Churrasco, smoked BBQ beef tartare Wagu by chef Raphaël Régo.

Hugo Desnoyer
28 rue du Docteur blanche, 75016 Paris
The only original shop-restaurant by the famous butcher Desnoyer, very few tables available for meal.

Bien élevé
47, rue Richer 75009 Paris
Specialise in French beef, matured 30 days. Black Angus from Nord Pas de Calais.

Clover grill
6, rue de Bailleul, 75001 Paris
Starred chef Jean-François Piège, cooks meat from all over the world with wood fire.

BBQ Bistrot
81, rue Réaumur , 75002 Paris
Indian and US spirit, burgers cooked with Pira coal.

Comptoir de Montevideo
44, rue Coquillière, 75001 Paris
First Uruguayan restaurant in Paris, serves meat, empanadas with chimichurri, ceviche, chivito steak burger.

Le Cheval de Troie
71, rue de Charenton, 75012 Paris
Traditional Turkish grills: Meze, lamb skewers, cooked with wood.

Loco
31bis, rue du Faubourg-Montmartre, 75009 Paris
Meats from Argentina: sweetbreads cooked with parilla, lime zests, boudin-chorizo-empanadas-guacamole…

Caminito
46, rue de Cléry, 75002 Paris
French Argentina style bistro that serves tapas.

Onoto
129 bis, rue Marcadet, 75018 Paris
Modest neighbourhood restaurant by a Argentinian-Venezuelan chef.

Melt
74, rue de la Folie-Méricourt, 75011 Paris
If you like smoke meats, this is the place. Chef from Texas, “demi-ranch saloon style”.

Le Laborde
44, rue Laborde, 75008 Paris
Meat bar, specialised in meats of exceptional quality.

L’Avant-Comptoir du Marché
14, rue Lobineau, 75006 Paris
Chef Yves Camdeborde’s tapas bar, specialise in pork, Eric Ospital’s charcuteries, sausages, pork burgers…

La Table de Marie-Jeanne
4, rue Toullier, 75005 Paris
Corsican cuisine

Flesh
23, rue Louis-Blanc, 75010 Paris
Texan style bbq pork, ribs, beef, chicken…

Les Crocs des Halles
49 Rue Berger 75001 Paris
Parisian steakhouse, os à moelle, bavette, ribs, pork…

Les Crocs
14 rue de Cotte, 75012 Paris
Specialise in charcuterie and red meat + Italian products and pizzas.

The Beast
27, rue Meslay, 75003 Paris
Smoke house, another Texan style BBQ, ribs…Mac & cheese…

Le 116
2, rue Auguste Vacquerie, 75016 Paris
Japanese chef Ryuji Teshima (Pages) uses meat from Hugo Desnoyer, cooks with binchotan (white coal). Signature: wagyu burger and donburi serves only at lunch.

Arnaud Nicolas
46 Avenue de la Bourdonnais, 75007 Paris
If you like very good charcuterie: paté en croute…, you must try this shop restaurant by chef of Meilleur Ouvrier de France, highest achievement on the art of charcuterie.


#2

I saw in anglophone food forums have high praise of Table d’Hugo Desnoyer (Secrétan and Saint Germain). Just want to point out, the only real Desnoyer shop restaurant is Boucherie Hugo Desnoyer at 28 rue du Docteur blanche in the 16e. All the Table d’Hugo Desnoyer is or online meat shop in fact do not source from Desnoyer. Sadly, Hugo Desnoyer has sold his name to businessman Alain Mikli in 2013. The group artificially marketed the meat as lux and increase the margin by 40%, a practise opposed by Hugo Desnoyer, he quitted the group in 2015, he could only use his name for the 16e shop but could do nothing to stop the confusion created by the corporate in using his name using product of inferior quality and selling it at premium price.

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#3

We ate at Boucherie Hugo Desnoyer twice. The first time we had the steak, an enormous portion. I’m sure that the steak was truly excellent, but it’s not what Americans expect when we have steak. The second time we had the veal, and liked it better.