Le Stella

Paris, November 2018 – In the heart of the 16th arrondissement, a short stroll from the famous sight of Trocadéro, is a classic Parisian brasserie – Le Stella.  Several French people told us that Le Stella has one of the best steak tartare in the city and is where locals go. Since Mr. King and I don’t eat raw beef, we had to take their word on the steak tartare. We had an early dinner there, and were impressed by their cooking.

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It was a pleasant change to be away from the tourist crowds. The décor is typical of Parisian brasseries, wood panelling and red leather chairs. The menu has a number of classic brasserie dishes (like seafood platters, grilled pig’s foot and steak & fries). The waiters were very friendly and helpful.

We ordered the Onion Soup au Gratin. It was the perfect starter for a cold winter evening.

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For the main course, Mr. King selected Stewed Farmhouse Poultry with Boiled Potatoes.  The chicken was tender and very juicy.

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I chose the Grilled Rib Steak (350g), served with parsley and lemon butter, and Le Stella’s fresh French fries. The steak was succulent, and the fries were crispy and addictive.

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Each dish was tasty, and the portions were very generous. We ended up not ordering any desserts as we were stuffed.

Le Stella – 133 avenue Victor Hugo, 75116 Paris, France

All photos were taken by Mrs. King.

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