Located near Saint Germaine in a lively area.worth-trying dishes, very friendly staff.The place needs refurbishment though!would visit again to try more and especially the desserts!
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We ave lived in Paris for many years and when we have a family gathering or good friends from America who want to get a taste of Paris the way it used to be, we take them here for dinner. It can be noisy, but...More
Some friends brought us for dinner and it was a great choice. The place was crowded with lots of energy. Lots of locals. The food and wine were excellent. Would definitely suggest a reservation if eating around 9pm.
Dommage, cliente de ce restaurant, je n'y retournerai plus. Le sens du service a grandement décliné et ceci a ruiné notre dîner d'anniversaire de mariage. En tant que végétarienne, j'ai choisi une simple entrée burrata/tomate: - refus des plus rigide du serveur de remplacer la...More
Went for a later dinner, after 10pm. Very busy with lots of Parisiens, which is nice rather than many places which are overrun by tourists. The food was excellent and the wine was reasonably priced. I hade œufs à la neige for désert and it...More
Large old-fashioned restaurant with an extensive menu. We were made welcome and the service was good without being over fussy. Not so sure about the foot-wear on the waiters which was at odds with the otherwise stylish décor. The place lacked atmosphere. It felt like...More
I loved the food here (had steak tartare, steak entrecôte, and salad), and the atmosphere is bubbly. However, I was disappointed with the desserts. The meringue tasted very eggy.
This is a charming brasserie with excellent service and delicious food. The duck confit is not to be missed, and most of the dishes sampled by our party got raves. There is a great local vibe to the place with a lively buzz, especially around...More