+
Restaurants & Bars

Au Petit Sud Ouset ou Robert et Louise?

chipndale | Aug 25, 201101:08 AM     3

Hi All,

I am thinking to have a duck dinner with foie gras and duck confit during my stay in Paris!
I found Au Petit Sud Ouset which is specialized in Duck and I reserved a table there.
However, there are just a few comments about Au Petit Sud Ouset in Chowhound and the comments are not really that positive…
I’m wondering if it is really a good choice? Or should I go Robert et Louise instead?
Though the famous dish of Robert et Louise is Beef, but seems that they also do a good job on duck confit?
So that I could order the foie gras and duck confit and also taste my hubby’s escargots and entrecote (I presume he will order =P)

Or should I stick at Au Petit Sud Ouset who focuses on Duck?

Could anyone please advise? Thanks!!

Want to stay up to date with this post? Sign Up Now ›

More from Chowhound

6 Budget-Friendly BBQ Tips to Save Money When Grilling This Summer
Guides

6 Budget-Friendly BBQ Tips to Save Money When Grilling This Summer

by Anna Hecht | If you're looking for ways to save money this summer while still cooking out, these affordable grilling...

17 Canning Recipes to Capture Peak Season Produce
Recipe Round-Ups

17 Canning Recipes to Capture Peak Season Produce

by Caitlin M. O'Shaughnessy | Home canning is not as complicated as you might think. Yes, it’s something pioneer women would devote...

5 Veggie Harvest Tips to Get the Most Out of Your Garden
Guides

5 Veggie Harvest Tips to Get the Most Out of Your Garden

by Debbie Wolfe | If you've gone to the trouble of nurturing a vegetable garden, make sure to harvest it so you get...

5 Tomato Plant Care Tips to Maximize Your Harvest
How To

5 Tomato Plant Care Tips to Maximize Your Harvest

by David Klein | Growing your own tomatoes is satisfying on many levels. Their season is fast and high-yielding, making...

Get fresh food news delivered to your inbox

Sign up for our newsletter to receive the latest tips, tricks, recipes and more, sent twice a week.