I'll be in Paris in mid-october with my companion and another friend.
I have already secured a few reservations:
wednesday night at Frenchie, friday lunch at Ledoyen, monday night at Regalade St. Honore. Sunday night my friend wants to go to Benoit, as he loves there, so it's already decided. We're considering going to Claude Colliot or Le Gaigne saturday night, probably going to the first as my companion and I have been to Le Gaigne before, so we'd like to try somewhere different.
So my question is where we could eat cassoulet, as it's the favorite dish of my companion. He liked the one at Le Violon d'Ingres last time we were in Paris, but would like to try it in another restaurant. We're considering Le Quincy or Au Trou Gascon.
Any comments or suggestions?
Thanks in advance
Was at Le Quincy for lunch today and the cassoulet is there indeed. My issue with theirs is that it is taken from a huge tub and then put into a smaller tub for the patron then heated in oven. Problem is l like the crust more than anything else and there is almost none on this version.. Other than that it is awesome. Have found very few in France where the crust is cooked and cut in and then repeated many times. Was not pleased at ATG last time in. Everything seemed tired.