• 21 Mar

    Top Cuts of Beef Are for Dinner at Chez Boris Saint-Honoré

    Chez Boris Saint-Honoré is a new restaurant for visitors and inhabitants of Paris who love meat in all its forms. Boris Leclerq is a famous French restauranteur who already has a similar establishment in Montpellier. Now, he has opened up a restaurant in Paris, where he is offering up beef from cows that he raises himself and that are butchered in his own workshop. Leclerq then ages the most impressive morsels so that he can delight the diners of his restaurants.

    Guests staying at one of the Sister Hotels Champs-Elysées have many dining options in the City of Light. Their central locations mean that guests will be surrounded by great restaurants, and Chez Boris Saint-Honoré is one of them. Meat is treated with extreme reverence in the country of France, so visitors should ensure that they indulge in the delightful beef dishes offered up at restaurants like Chez Boris.

    LeClerq loves beef so much that he has even invented and refined his own method of butchering in order to use as much meat from the cow as possible. At his restaurants, staff are encouraged to suggest dishes that will allow the cuts from one entire cow to be chosen before cuts from a second cow are taken. Moreover, the fat from the beef is recovered during the cooking process and used to make fries -- giving these fries a unique texture and flavor.

    This respect for meat and emphasis on non-industrialized cooking processes is apparent in the delicious dishes offered at Chez Boris Saint-Honoré. These include not only meat dishes but also fish and seafood dishes. Plus, visitors who don't want a full meal can also enjoy tapas at the restaurant's wine bar.

    Chez Boris Saint-Honoré

    129 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, 75008

    Reservations recommended: +33 (0)1 43 59 35 39

    Open every day from 12 p.m. until 2:30 p.m. and then from 7 p.m. until 10:30 p.m. (11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday)

    Bar open until 1 a.m.