Review on Restaurant L'AOC
L'AOC is a cosy welcoming restaurant located in the heart of Paris near the Latin quarter. AOC is the abbreviation for appelation d'origine contrôlée, and this is the concept behind this restaurant, everything has to be reared or made according to strict guidelines designed to protect a product that is unique to a particular village or area, for example, Bresse poultry or Puy lentils.
L'AOC is owned by husband and wife team Sophie and Jean Philippe Lattron, he mans the stoves, while she charmingly looks after front of house. The menu is dedicated to meat cooked on a traditional grill, so look for starters of roasted bone marrow with fleur de sel, Poujauran bread rubbed with garlic or Pyrenéen sow ham from Ramon Arrosagaraï. Mains follow the theme with Black-feet chicken from Mr Barreau served with sautéed potatoes or Pork loin IBAÏONA from Ospital. While desserts take in Bourbon vanilla crème brûlée or a soft centred Valrhona chocolate cake and there is a very interesting wine list to set things off perfectly. During the summer months there is a small terrace overlooking the towering Institut du Monde Arabe for dining al fresco.
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Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 - 2.00pm Tue-Sat
Dinner: 7.30 - 11.00pm Tue-Sat
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card