My husband and I stumbled upon this place while looking for a late dinner after a long train ride. It was perfect - a cozy atmosphere and wonderful food. The stuffed peppers were the best I've ever had, and the baklava was delicious.
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Stopped in once and then a second time during our week in Paris. Very nice place, fresh food and well prepared. The staff is very helpful. Only Greek wine, so if you want French wine look somewhere else.
Every time I am in Paris, (my daughter lives in Paris, so visit often) I have to visit and eat at Evi Evane! Best Greek food with a French twist..being a Greek American I am familiar with all the dishes, unbelievable moussaka- unbelievable tender octopus,...More
Compared to past years: - higher prices not justified by increased quality or service - usually one waiter only thus long waiting time - less space (more tables added) - extra price for pita, no olives as appetizers or small cake with coffee or bill...More
one of the best place to eat greek traditionnal meal. Every dishes are tasty, cooked with greek herbs and fresh vegetables, main dishes are just amazing. service was good.
Wow !! We loved this place and the suburb was quite nice too. Loved the little street where there are lots of little restaurants and 1/2 way up is this little gem. It's small and quaint staff are friendly and welcoming. The food was quite...More
We had two mezze plates between two adults and one child which was plenty. Try the baklava and greek coffee for dessert. Very good service too.
We have not yet found a better place in Paris to eat typical Greek cuisine. Greek setting and music, you start feeling like you were there. We tried half the dishes on the menu, each time we loved it. The tarama and tzatziki (you can...More
Food is fresh and well prepared. The waiter has been working there for many years knows his stuff and was so helpful translating everything into English for us to choose from. Moussaka is the best dish there, it is served a bit strange like an...More
A tiny, rather cramped, little restaurant in the 6th - so booking is essential, at least at a weekend when it is very popular. It is well known to Parisians. The streetis vibrant in the evening, an enjoyable area to be in. The friends who...More