Robert et Louise
64 Rue Vieille du Temple, Paris, France
01 42 78 55 89
Robert et Louise Paris Reviews
Robert et Louise Jan 26, 2009
Back in the 1960s Robert et Louise started charbroiling côtes de boeuf (rib steaks) over an open fire in the back of their small restaurant on the Rue Vieille-du-Temple in the Marais. With its low prices, the place was popular with impecunious students, some of whom paid the bill with paintings, which still hang on the walls (don’t expect any Picassos), along with all sorts of photos and kitschy memorabilia
Passersby get a glimpse of the cozy interior, packed with carnivores eating red meat and crispy fried potatoes off small round cutting boards instead of plates on rough wooden tables while chatting with their neighbors and the staff.
This time warp back to the good old days is warm, rustic, noisy and fun – you won’t find many places like it in Paris anymore, especially in the chic heartland of the Marais.
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