Le Severo, Paris, 12/4/14

Exterior
Exterior

A very small place in Paris that appears to be one of the very few that age their beef. This is hard to find in Paris. It’s also hard to get a reservation if you don’t speak French but our hotel was good enough to do that for us and our waiter turned out to speak wonderful English. They have a good size wine list and a stand out crusty bread.

Owner William Bernet
Owner William Bernet

We snacked on some ham while we waited for our steak, which is pretty much what everybody ordered. We chose the special that was aged the longest and served for 2-3 people. It is cooked to a perfect rareness but the piece had some variations in thickness so to get the thick part cooked that thinner parts were overcooked. Nevertheless it was all quite tasty. The fries were tremendous, seemingly hand cut and crisp on the outside but good potato taste on the inside and not greasy at all. A gem of a restaurant!

Bread
Bread
menu
menu
wine
wine
wine back
wine back
Jambon de coche (ham))
Jambon de coche (ham))
interior
interior
Cote de boeuf, dry aged for 140 days, 1 of 2 portions
Cote de boeuf, dry aged for 140 days, 1 of 2 portions
second portion
second portion
frites
frites
owner knew lots of guests
owner knew lots of guests
friendly waiter that spoke English!
friendly waiter that spoke English!

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