10 Restaurants in Paris Where You Can Eat Excellent (the Best!) Foie Gras

You are in Paris and you have an irresistible urge to eat some foie gras, but you want to make sure that you will eat a good one ? Or you want to get someone you love that’s visiting Paris to taste it? Here are the 10 restaurants where you can eat the best foie gras.

 

Il était une oie dans le Sud-Ouest

Foie gras starter at Il était une Oie dans le Sud-Ouest.
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9/10 : France Hotel Guide expert rating

Located in the 17th arrondissement, this restaurant offers you a delicious and gourmet cuisine, with flavors from the south-west of the country. The young chef will serve you fresh products and delicacies made with talent and passion:

Le Cru (“The Raw”) covered with fleur de sel, Le Mi-Cuit (“The Half-cooked”), Le Torchon (“The Cloth”: foie gras marinated in Porto, fig pieces & formed with a cloth), La Dégustation (“The Sampling”: cru, mi-cuit, torchon & poêlé à la fleur de sel), Poêlé à la fleur de sel (“Seared with fleur de sel”), Poêlé sur fruits rôtis (“Seared with grilled fruits”).

They also offer you an excellent selection of wines and drinks to pair with your meal.

Good to know: the staff is very helpful in advising you about the best of their menu. It is also a very peaceful restaurant.

the staff is very caring on advising you the best of their menu. Very peaceful restaurant.

Price : Le Cru costs €17, Le Mi-cuit costs €20.

Schedules :

  • Monday to Saturday : 12:00 pm – 2:30 pm and 07:00 pm – 10:30 pm
  • Sunday : 12:00 pm – 2:30 pm and 07:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Where : 8 rue Gustave Flaubert – 75017 Paris

Access : Metro 2 Ternes, Pereire, or Courcelles

TripAdvisor’s rating : 4.5/5
Google’s rating : 4.5/5
LaFourchette’s rating : 9.1/10

Website : Il était une oie dans le Sud-Ouest

 

Le Comptoir de la Gastronomie

Comptoir de la gastronomie
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8.8/10 : France Hotel Guide expert rating

Le Comptoir de la Gastronomie is a  delicatessen shop and a restaurant at the same time. Located in the 1st arrondissement of Paris, the staff of this restaurant is as effective as they are pleasant, and  will welcome you in a friendly atmosphere.

The products are carefully selected, and the delicacies served are of a very good quality.

The portions are generous and offer you a good value for your money.

Good to know : The restaurant is a small room, pretty crowded, so remember to make an advance reservation !

Price :

  • Terrine of home-made duck foie gras mi-cuit, chutney & toasts : €18
  • Seared duck foie gras with gingerbread & mesclun : €20

Schedule :

  • Monday to Thursday : 12:00 pm – 11:00 pm
  • Friday to Saturday : 12:00 pm – 00:00 am

Where : 34, rue Montmartre – 75001 – Paris

Access : Metro Halles/Sentier

TripAdvisor’s rating : 4.5/5
Google’s rating : 4.5/5
LaFourchette’s rating : 8.5/10

Website : Le Comptoir de la Gastronomie (website in French, menu in English available)

 

Le Petit Canard

Foie gras at Le Petit Canard
9.2/10 : France Hotel Guide expert rating

Traditional dishes and regional products coming from a family farm located between Geneva and Thonon – this is what the restaurant Le Petit Canard has to offer.

This restaurant, where duck is king on the menu, will delight you with its wonderful offerings as well as its warm and caring team. It’s the right place to have a great pleasure relishing foie gras delicacies. The quality of the wines pairing with the menu is also highly appreciated by the customers.

Good to know : The produce is supplied by artisans.

Price :

  • « Oeuf cocotte » (soft-boiled egg with cream, smoked duck breast, foie gras) : €10
    Foie gras (port and brandy) medallion : €13
  • Seared fresh duck liver : €18
  • Plate tasting of Foie Gras (3 kinds): €35

Schedule :

  • Tuesday to Friday :  12:00 pm – 02:30 pm
  • Every evening : 07:00 pm – 11:30 pm

Where : 19, rue Henry Monnier 75009 Paris

Access : Metro Pigalle [2,12] / Saint-Georges [12]

TripAdvisor’s rating : 4.5/5
Google’s rating : 4.6/5
LaFourchette’s rating : 9.4/10

Website : Le Petit Canard  (website in French, English menu available)

 

Domaine de Lintillac

Domaine de Lintillac
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8.3/10 : France Hotel Guide expert rating

Foie gras fans, you’ll not be disappointed – this restaurant offers you only foie gras appetisers. This restaurant located in the 2nd arrondissement in Paris offers you a south-flavoured cuisine, in a simple and authentic environment in which it feels good to be.

The staff is efficient, professional and caring.

Good to know : There is a very good quality/price ratio! Besides, they offer some other dishes for those who don’t appreciate duck.

Price :

  • Seared duck foie gras, salad, prunes : €19,50
  • Block of half-cooked duck foie gras, flavoured with grapes and sweet Beaumes : €13,90

Schedule : Monday to Sunday : 12:00 p.m. –  02:15 p.m. / 07:00 p.m. – 10:15 p.m.

Where : 10 rue Saint Augustin – 75002 Paris

Access : Metro Bourse or 4 Septembre

TripAdvisor’s rating : 4/5
Google’s rating : 4.3/5

Website : Domaine de Linttillac (website in French, English menu available)

 

La Forge

Foie gras at La Forge
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9.1/10 : France Hotel Guide expert rating

This restaurant has south-western specialities to offer you. Among those you’ll find are homemade duck foie gras appetisers. Many duck dishes are offered throughout the menu. The delicacies are delicately concocted by the chef Jean-François Le Guillou, from Bordeaux.

The dishes are made with fresh local products, and they’re authentic and seasonal.

The staff listens to each guest, and goes out of their way to satisfy your taste buds with homemade recipes.

The restaurant offers very good south-western wines on the list to pair with your meals.

Good to know : It is possible to take homemade foie gras to order.

Price :
Appetisers + Main course + Dessert : €34
Appetisers + Main course or Main course + Desert: €28

Schedule :

  • Monday : 07:00 pm – 10:00 pm
  • Tuesday to Saturday : 12:00 pm -02:00 pm  and 07:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Where : 14 Rue Pascal 75005 Paris

Access :

Metro 7 : Stations, “Les Gobelins” or “Censier-Daubenton”
Bus 91, 83, or 27

TripAdvisor’s rating : 4.5/5
Google’s rating : 4.6/5
LaFourchette’s rating : 9.3/10

Website : La Forge (website in French)

 

Domaine d’Olléac

Foie gras at Domaine d’Olléac
Credits: Alexandre Delbos, under Creative Commons 2.0

9.1/10 : France Hotel Guide expert rating

Le Domaine d’Olléac, formerly named Le Domaine de Lintillac, offers a generous and flavoured cuisine for a fairly reasonable price.

The dishes are made with ingredients from the terroirs of Corrèze, Perigord, Bigorre and the Landes.

The menu of the restaurant offers a large number of dishes, and you will have the pleasure of finding foie gras dishes among them.

Good to know : they offer you an adult express menu for € 14.90, and a children’s menu for €14.40.

Price :

  • Braised duck foie gras escalope : €18,50
  • Block of semi-cooked duck foie gras, sprinkled with Monbazillac jelly : €13,50

Schedule :
Monday to Sunday : 12:00 pm – 03:00 pm and 07:30 pm – 11:00 pm

Where : 20 Rue Rousselet, 75007 Paris.

Access :
Metro : Duroc : 10 et 13 / Vaneau : 10 / Saint François-Xavier :  13 / Sèvres Babylone : 10 & 12
Bus : 92, 82, 70, 39, 87, 28.

TripAdvisor’s rating : 4.5/5
Google’s rating : 4.4/5

Website : Le Domaine d’Olléac

 

Le Grand Café Capucines

Foie gras at Le Grand Cafe Capunices
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7.6/10 : France Hotel Guide expert rating

Founded in 1875, this brewery has become one of the unmissable places of the “Grands Boulevards” of Paris. Located in the Opéra district, this restaurant has been redecorated in 2019  in a markedly more contemporary style.

This welcoming restaurant offers you a wonderful view over the Boulevard des Capucines. You will find foie gras appetisers on the menu that you crave so much for, such as the half-cooked duck foie gras.

A two minutes walk from the Opéra, it is a great restaurant to come and restore after a show.

Good to know : it is open 24 hours a day.

Price :  Half-cooked duck foie gras : €19,50

Schedule : Everyday, 24/24

Where : 4 boulevard des Capucines  – 75009 Paris

Access :
Metro: Station, Opéra (3/7/8)
Station Auber: RER A

TripAdvisor’s rating : 3.5/5
Google’s rating : 4/5
LaFourchette’s rating : 8.5/10

Website : Le Grand Café Capucines

 

Le Colimaçon

Foie gras at Le Colimaçon
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9/10 : France Hotel Guide expert rating

Located on the right blank of the Seine, Le Colimaçon offers you a menu with quality products, French bistronomic dishes, with well-known desserts such as French toast.

On the inside we have a woody decoration, and a spiral staircase (“escalier en colimaçon”) connects the two dining rooms. And there many tiny tables dispersed in order to warmly welcome you.

Good to know : a great wine list will allow you to choose the perfect one to pair your delicacies.

Price : Semi-cooked foie gras coated with biscoff : €16

Schedule :

  • Monday to Saturday : 07:00 pm – 11:00 pm
  • Sunday : 12:30 pm – 03:00 pm and 07:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Where : 44 Rue Vieille du Temple 75004 Paris

Access : Metro – Saint-Paul, Rambuteau or Hôtel de ville (M1)

TripAdvisor’s rating : 4.5/5
Google’s rating : 4.6/5
LaFourchette’s rating : 9.3/10

Website : Le Colimaçon

 

Au Bourguignon du Marais

Foie gras at Bourguignon du Marais
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9/10 : France Hotel Guide expert rating

In the Marais district, this restaurant welcomes you on the terrace or indoors and offers delicious menu choices. Here, Burgundy specialities are clearly highlighted. Of course, the beef bourguignon is on the menu, as well as good wines from this region.

Good to know : A perfect place to discover the perfumes from Burgundy.

Price :  Foie Gras, gingerbread crumble and season chutney : €22

Schedule :

  • Tuesday to Thursday : 12:00 pm – 11:00 pm
  • Friday & Saturday : 12:00 pm – 11:30 pm

Where : 52 rue François Miron, 75004 Paris

Access : Metro – Pont Marie (M7)

TripAdvisor’s rating : 4.5/5
Google’s rating : 4.4/5
LaFourchette’s rating : 9.1/10

Website : Au Bourguignon du Marais (website in French, menu in English available)

 

Le Cachiquet

Foie gras at Le Cachiquet
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9/10 : France Hotel Guide expert rating

This restaurant, specializing in south-western dishes, will welcome you in its warmful dining room, with an authentic and simple decor.

The greeting of the boss with his true southern accent and strong voice, will immediately put you in a warm and friendly atmosphere.

For those who wish to enjoy the fresh air, it is also possible to eat on the small outdoor terrace.

Good to know : the foie gras is homemade !

Price : Homemade half-cooked duck Foie Gras €15

Schedule : Monday to Friday 07:30 am – 03:30 pm and 06:00 pm.- 01:00 am

Where :  20 Rue Louis Braille, 75012 Paris

Access :  Metro Bel Air or Daumesnil

TripAdvisor’s rating : 4.5/5
Google’s rating : 4.4/5
LaFourchette’s rating : 9.1/10

Facebook Page : Le Cachiquet

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