It is a place for tourist to stamp the passport. Long wait line all times, bad chips, meat, sauce with so much butter. Forget it!
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Like most others we had heard about L'entrecote and wanted to try it out but this was a very disappointing experience on many levels. We entered and were ignored by the maitre d' in favour of the group of 6 who came behind us. We...More
Only one choice on menu....how do you want your steak cooked? Salad to start ...super dressing. Steak main...very good and a range of delicious desserts. Good service, decent wine all at a reasonable price. No booking ....get in line for 19.15 start.
Having heard that this was the place to have steak, and seen the queues, I was worried this was just marketing and brand promotion in overdrive. Turns out it is all those things, but backed up with a simple and marvellous product and venue. Brilliant...More
Really good steak in a delicious sauce with all-you-can-eat french fries. Everything was cooked perfectly and served with style by the amazing friendly staff. Good value for money
Had a great steak for lunch. We arrived from our morning wine tour looking for a place to eat. We had seen the long lines at L’Entrecote and were afraid of the wait. We got there just before 2pm, when they closed after lunch. We...More
Fantastic food and lovely staff. What more can I say? Yep, its a simple salad, chips, steak and sauce but what a fantastic combination and all so brilliantly cooked. no idea what the sauce is but I'm going to try and re-create! the wine was...More
Very different for a French restaurant. We were lucky as we didn't queue. We couldn't fault the meal. Very nicely cooked steak (we had medium), very reasonably priced wine and a lovely apple tart for dessert. We hadn't heard of Entrcote before. A reasonably priced...More
We waited for an hour to get into L Entrecote but it was well worth it. We love the Paris and original branch of this restaurant but the Bordeaux was even better. Nicer dining room and the special sauce was even better than I remembered....More