L’Ami Louis

Whether it’s the ideal roasted chicken or a gargantuan côte de bœuf you’re after, this is a Parisian tradition that, even after almost 90 years, never gets tired. The pommes soufflés are must-haves (they’re the best lighter-than-air fried potatoes you’ll ever taste), and the candlelit room with its long wood tables will make you feel as though you’ve come home. Specialties: Roast beef, lamb, or chicken.

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