The waiting staff was friendly, service was wonderful, food presentation was good, fairly price, good location.
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I have to admit that we chose this more on the basis that it was virtually opposite our Hotel than any great desire to dine here. I had gout and mobility was a major issue. The food here really is excellent and belies the rather...More
The restaurant doesn't look very enticing from the outside but it was opposite our hotel and saw a review so visited for lunch. Food was relatively simple and fresh. No fries, a pleasant change from most Paris restaurants. No children's menu but very accommodating, splitting...More
Small restaurant with a nice menu. Waiter/owner speaks English and is friendly and helpful with the menu. The food is excellent, however, this is not a budget place. For two people the meal cost $70 USD but worth every bite.
Visited here 2 years ago & it was sensational. However on our return this year this has gone beyond sensational and reached a level of pure brilliance. With 4 people who had high expectation from previous visits, it was a complete delight to find that...More
It has been 2 years since I have eaten here last time. And because my business takes me to Paris every 2 years I try to eat in Le Caffe d'Angel at least twice in a week that I spend in Paris. So what is...More
Was taken here by local hosts on a business trip. Had the 2 course set meal. The restaurant added a small quinoa salad as a pre-starter course. After that had the tomato, grapefruit and parmesan salad with pesto and then bream and roasted vegetables for...More
We ate here at the recommendation of Rick Steves and it was good food, welcoming atmosphere and unpretentious. We always order the menu because it usually is less expensive. We are wine snobs and enjoyed the wine the wiater selected for us.. dinner for 2...More