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We are a company of 3 visiting Paris. We lived around the area. The place is very very nice and with a nice atmosphere as well. We went there already 2 times. The first time the waitress spoke English and it was easy to communicate...More
Just a few steps away from the Rue dela Reunion entrance to Pere Lachaise. Typical neighborhood cafe, but with good food with big servings. The magret de canard was good and so was the planche rotisseur (the latter can be shared).
We stopped here for wine and a cheese/ meat plate while we were touring Pere Lachaise. It is just on the outside of the wall between Heloise and Abelard's tomb and the commune wall. Not too far from Jim Morrison's grave. The staff was great...More
After a busy day, we came to this informal bar for a last drink before travelling back home. The last drink took several hours because the place makes you feel at home in your local pub. Very friendly and informal ; honest food ; good...More
Me and a friend came here after seeing some of the other reviews of the place. And taking the advice to order the Couscous was one of the best decisions we made the entire trip.
Staff were friendly and helpful despite us not knowing french....More
We fell upon this place on a darkening October night because it was close to our holiday apartment, and ended up eating there twice in our 3 night break. Main attraction was that it reminded us of how left bank bistros used to be before...More
Cafe L'Abribus is a great restaurant to go to when you want to escape from the touristy side of Paris and experience something more authentic. There is a great balance between French and Moroccan cuisine that is delicious and very reasonably priced. The staff is...More