French institution, Le Relais de l'Entrecote offers swift, no-nonsense service in a classic café setting, with tables and chairs spilling onto the Boulevard. Paper table clothes and a simple option of their renowned, sliced New Zealand sirloin steak with crispy fries smothered in a special (family) 'secret' sauce, first created in 1959 in Paris by Marie-Paule Burrus and her father Paul Gineste de Saurs. Green salad with walnuts is an intrinsic appetiser option. Choose from a selection of classic French desserts, like the Relais Vacherin or profiteroles.
No AlcoholSteakAlfrescoEuropeanCasualDowntown / DIFC