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83, rue Laugier Send to Phone
01 40 54 97 24
Métro: Porte de Champerret
Chef Philippe Tredgeu served up hearty, Béarnaise-influenced fare in a cozy bistro setting.

Lunch & Dinner Tues.-Sat.
  • Dress code: Casual

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L'Entredgeu Restaurant Review

: This classic bistro in the 17th arrondissement offers hearty, Béarnaise-influenced fare to Parisian locals. Seasonal dishes may include breaded oysters with ravigote sauce, pork belly, or tête de veau. In the winter, owner-chef Philippe Tredgeu’s passion for game is reflected in the menu. You might encounter lièvre à la royale (hare stuffed with foie gras), wild duck, or wood pigeon. Expect crammed tables, banquettes and a lively buzz.


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