Au Pied de Fouet
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50 rue St-Benoît, 6e · interesting places nearby
Au Pied de Fouet information
Wholly classic bistro dishes such as entrecôte (steak), confit de canard (duck cooked slowly its own fat) and foie de volailles sauté (pan-fried chicken livers) at this busy bistro are astonishingly good value. Round off your meal with a tarte Tatin, wine-soaked prunes or bowl of fromage blanc (a cross between yoghurt, sour cream and cream cheese).