6.7 Les Oreilles et La Queue, 127 rue du Faubourg-Saint-Honore in the 8th, 01.43.59.35.39, open 7/7 (Metro: St Philippe du Roule) is a place you and I have been by before but seeing the name Chez Boris might have turned us off; no more, it was reborn 3 months ago as Les Oreilles et La Queue with a new look (no big picture of a cow but a huge display case of huge cotes of beef showing how long each has been aged; the menu also lists them and they go from the affordable to the stratospheric.) The beef comes from all over France as well as the UK and looks mighty good; and it is.
We were dining with a game friend who after sampling some of their sliced sausage, convinced us to try a platter of charcuterie rather than os a moelle as a starter. It/they were very very good. These folks know good meat products.
Colette and our friend had the onglet cooked rare with shallots and I had the bavette cooked blue of course in butter; both with standard fries. Everything was as one would wish.
We all agreed to split the moelleux of chocolate with a crème anglaise and it too was superb.
Our bill with 2 bottles of wine, 2 coffees, fine bread and butter, was 173 E for 3, or 114.66 E a couple.
Go? Yessir, a worthy companion to the other fine steakhouses nearby - the Charbon Rouge and the Maison de l'Aubrac.