In the heart of the 9th arrondissement and a stone's throw from Place Saint Georges, is the bistro Le Bon Georges, renowned for its traditional cuisine and a harmonious and precise wine list. The atmosphere is cozy and comfortable, the welcome warm and the decoration carefully selected.
The menu is short, but fair: “Seasonal and local products, passionate producers, wild fish and French meats, selected and cooked with heart”. The message is clear, everything you find on your plate is fresh and reasoned. We discover a proposal of four starters, four main courses, four pieces of Polmard beef and four desserts / cheeses.
For the starter, we start with a pie, which will be accompanied by the estate's Chassagne-Montrachet 1er cru Tête du Clos 2017. With its mineral and very straight side, with a little fat on the end of the mouth, it goes perfectly with this plate which calls for a wine with a little power.
For the rest, we continue with the veal entrecôte, its caramelized onions and a sauce with a more powerful and full-bodied note. It is served with a Chassagne-Montrachet red 2017: "a beautiful pinot noir, elegance and freshness, slightly on the fruit, with a little acidity on the finish".
Le Bon Georges
45 rue Saint-Georges, 75009 Paris
01 48 78 40 30
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