Restaurant L’A.O.C. in Paris Latin Quarter: traditional cuisine

If you want to eat traditional French cuisine with a large choice of meats, Restaurant L’ Paris Latin Quarter was made for you!

For many years, Restaurant L’A.O.C. (AOC meaning Protected Designation of Origin in French) offers Latin Quarter inhabitants, as well Parisians and tourists, to enjoy a delicious traditional French cuisine reminding us of our dear beloved grandmothers’ cuisines.

As a matter of fact, here, there’s no room for modern creation. In a charming old-style wooden décor, you can enjoy many and very traditional starters: cold cuts board, free-range snails, crispy pig’s trotters, homemade foie gras… or even a roasted marrow bone with salt flower and its Poujauran bread:

Restaurant l'AOC

Then, many meat cuts await you: prime rib of beef, rib steak, tartare, veal kidneys, blood sausage… or a duck confit served with pan-fried potatoes:

Restaurant l'AOC

You can also have a look at the rotisserie and go for the pit-roasted suckling pig:

Restaurant l'AOC

As you would have understood it, meat-lovers will have a lot on their plates! A large choice of desserts is also offered such as the famous tarte Tatin, the rice puddings and the chocolate lava cake.

Practical information:
Restaurant L’A.O.C. 
14 rue des Fossés Saint Bernard
75005 Paris
Open from Tuesday to Saturday
From noon to 2 p.m. and from 7:30 p.m. to 11 p.m.
+33 (0)1 43 54 22 52

Tatiana D.
Last updated on 6 November 2017

Practical information


14 Rue des Fossés Saint-Bernard
75005 Paris 5

Desserts: 7-11 €
Entrées: 10-21 €
Plats: 19-36 €

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