Having become popular around the world, the soufflé is one of the most internationally known French gastronomic specialties. Whether in the salted version as a main dish or in the sweet version as a dessert (the one above is the chocolate with coffee! Click here to check the recipe), traveling to France is a great opportunity to taste this dish in your home country . In fact, Paris has some soufflé restaurants that offer many variations of flavors of this dish on their menus. If you are looking to taste it in your native land, see here where to find it the best restaurants to eat soufflé in Paris. For the most addicted to sweets, don’t forget to try the flavors of salted caramel and chocolate!
Le Cigale Récamier
In a pedestrian street in Saint Germain very close to Le Bon Marché, this restaurant is synonymous with soufflé for most Parisians even though it also serves other dishes! In their savory or sweet versions, many consider this to be the best soufflé in town. The sweet variations of caramel au beurre salé and chocolate are a real success and, as savory options, we have since the traditional Four Cheeses even more different alternatives like aromatic herbs and snails.
Sources: Le Resto a Paris / First Look Than Cook
La Fermette Marbeuf
At the 8th arrondissement, not far from the Arc de Triomphe, La Fermette Marbeuf has an amazing Art Nouveau atmosphere with a wonderful glass ceiling! Its menu includes all those dishes that are the face of France: foie gras, smoked salmon, chocolate profiteroles, crème brûlée, etc. To crown it all, the Grand Garnier soufflé makes the house famous! If you want a gastronomic rendez-vous right à la française, you don’t have to think twice to go there!
Sources: La Fermette Marbeuf / Hungry Games
The fact that this restaurant is very award-winning and tiny makes it obviously overcrowded. It is almost always full! For those who are following a tourist itinerary around the city, the restaurant is not far from the Louvre! It is located in 1st arrondissement between Places Vendôme, Madeleine and Concorde. There is a wide variety of soufflés and the menu is renewed each season.
Sources: The Fashion Hall / The Blue Sky of Paris
Liked? In addition to tasting these delicacies in the light city, you can also make them at home!
- CLICK HERE to check the chocolate souffle recipe with coffee extract
- CLICK HERE to check out the gluten-free lemon / milk souffle recipe