It's my second visit to Au Trou Gascon in 3 years. I took the tasting menu again. Instead of 4 dishes in my last meal, the tasting menu included 7 dishes at more or less the same price. There're 4 appetisers, 1 meat course, 1...More
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A very good restaurant but don't bother- you are in Paris and there are better restaurants and better experiences in the same price range with a Michelin star- try Le Violon D'Ingres instead!
Celebrating 18 year old's birthday as family. They did not forget - his dessert had the lit candle! Since the main course was partridge, asked for a cassoulet to be added to the set menu for the 2 boys (18 and 16). They pondered the...More
Made reservations for the seven course "Discovery Menu", and asked for wine suggestions. Food was outstanding, as was wine recommendations. Service flawless! Highly recommended!
Long after my only visit to Carré des Feuillants I discovered Au Trou Gascon for a family dinner. Alain Dutournier started his career in the 70s in this restaurant near Daumesnil (Paris XIIe) before moving to Carré. Behind a discrete provincial facade the restaurant room...More
Another old Parisian establishment, this is worth getting out of the tourist belt for. The food is beautifully prepared and traditional. Flavors were just right and each dish beautifully presented. One of the best cassoulet I have tried. If you are looking for a traditional...More
I went to Au Trou Gascon with the French Family I was staying with back in June of 1987. It was one of the very first times I had ever had Sauteed Foie Gras with White Asparagus tips..it was heaven on a plate. The restaurant...More
I have been going to this restaurant for decades. It has always been one of my favorite in Paris. It has a reputation for delivering a high level of quality in both food and service while giving Parisians a source for the traditional cooking from...More
I came here based on a review by Patricia Wells. This is a restaurant with 12 tables of varying sizes. Tonight, 4 were solo diners and many diners were French. The individual courses I had were well prepared and delicious. A few things I found...More
Typical ambience of a fancy French Michelin star place, but it’s quite small by the way. We went there for a Christmas dinner. It was a ready menu set. So we could choose only our wine and drinks to accompany the food, everything else was...More