A must when you are in paris.. Excellent food, excellent staff and gas lard, resident singer, is also very entertaining. I will return 100%.
It's interesting reading everyone's reviews. We went there by chance after our hotel recommended it. The staff are friendly, welcoming, attentive and accommodating. The food was good and definitely recommend the baked organic eggs. It's was a bit expensive but the experience was worth it. We were warned by our hotel that you either get a place with a good... More
Like some other reviewers, we also experienced the defective credit card machine. Since they did not warn us that they were unable to accept credit cards that evening at the beginning - when they might have lost our custom - this conveyed the impression that they were practicing a well rehearsed strategy. This included saying that they were very sorry... More
My husband and I were recommended by our hotel which was only a few minutes away ( near the Luxembourg Gardens/Senat) We are so happy we went there!! We went on a Friday night, around 830 and sat down on the bottom floor near the piano. I had a glass of red wine, which was great, then the "baked organic... More
My wife and I enjoyed a super lunch here after an exhausting morning wandering around the Pantheon. Although we were initially offered the a la carte menu for lunch (the 'formule' was advertised outside) we nevertheless had the set menu and were pleasantly surprised to be offered a most exquisite amuse bouche. The starter and main course were excellent and... More
This is one of the places that enriches the knowledge on cuisine! We had here group dinner from burgundy style snails, to duck, salmon and all dishes were pure enjoyment, true art. It is that the dinner was little bit lengthy, but I wouldn't blame the staff but rather "culture of eating". Guys who served us were very welcoming a... More
We had lunch here. Not very crowded but service was very slow. Also you could only order the appetizer and entrée or entrée and desert. No ala carte. Service was also not very friendly. The food was good, but couldn't overcome the rest of the experience.
We discovered this place, exhausted after walking from the Marais, across the Pont de Sully, up Rue des Fosses St. Bernard and further up Rue du Cardinal Lemoine, then turning right on Rue Clovis and stumbling upon the steps of St. Etienne du Mont--where Gil Pender gets picked up by the yellow 1920s Peugeot in "Midnight in Paris." My wife... More
Our hotel recommended this restaurant. On the plus side my wife had a well-prepared steak but on the negative side the restaurant wasn't very user friendly. I too had the experience of other reviewers when the restaurant declined to accept my credit card. Actually I can understand this attitude ... why should a bank receive 3% of every transaction? ...... More
Our hotel recommended this restaurant as it was close by the hotel after a long flight! Not disappointed in the food or location or the ambiance! We would go back again! It was dimly lit and relaxing - watch out of the iron wrought chairs - my husband thought it was difficult to sit for 2 hours. I however, was... More
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