Like oysters on the half shell? Good, because that’s pretty much all they have here: delicious bivalves that come straight from the Marennes-Oléron region on France’s Atlantic coast. The brief and to-the-point menu gives you a choice of various sizes and grades of oysters, as well as sea urchins, clams, and shrimp. You’ll have to order at least a dozen oysters to sit down in the tiny restaurant; considering the price, you may as well order a formule, or fixed-price menu, which includes various combinations of oysters, wine, and coffee. These oysters are fresh, oceany mouthfuls of flavor that deserve a good glass of Sancerre.
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3 rue de Montfaucon, 6th arrond.
Our Rating Neighborhood St-Germain-des-Prés (6th Arrondissement) Hours Mon–Fri noon–2:30pm and 6:30–10:30pm; Sat and Sun noon–10:45pm Transportation Métro: Mabillon or St-Germain Phone 01-44-41-10-07 Prices Oysters per dozen 26€–64€; fixed-price lunch or dinner 30€–40€ Cuisine Type Oysters/Seafood Web site Huîtrerie Régis Other Closed mid-July to mid-Sept
Map3 rue de Montfaucon, 6th arrond. Paris
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