If you’re ever in Paris and you find yourself growing tired of the crisp baguettes and brie cheese, try this American eatery. Try it, the best burger in town, by far.
The first starter we indulged on was a plate of Walnut Crusted Goat’s Cheese with curly endive and red pepper jelly, the second starter was Cheese Quesadillas with jalapeños, cream, tomato salsa and guacamole, and the third starter was Buffalo Chicken Wings with blue cheese sauce. I would say that it is a very nice American restaurant for French eatery. I wouldn't accept it in America, but it works for the Parisians. The special quesadillas recipe involves great wings sauce and very special French/American goat cheese. For our main platter, we had the Bacon Cheeseburger with hand-cut French fries, and we added to it pork rib sauce. The other platter was Grilled Rumpsteak with Kalamata olive butter, tomato and wriggle wrap.
It was amazing; the best burger in town: soft, tender, fluffy bread and tasty seasoning. Cotes Du Rhone Village, La Cabotte 2007 is great wine for the food chosen. The main thing is that we felt neither full nor heavy from Joe Allen. The tables are a bit tight and the restaurant crowded but that makes its charm.