Very crowded restaurant. The food was not very good. Very tasteless. And the most expensive water we ever had. Waiters not very friendly.
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We just happened across this place as we were wandering from our temporary domicile in St Germain des Pres heading to the Marais to do some shopping. It was an awesome reprieve. We just shared a delicious pizza (which they split for you when you...More
When you are a tourist you'll get a special english menu cart, with special prices. After 9 p.m. you should pay 2€ more per dish and drink. This is a tourist trap. You should never visit it.
A great famous place in Paris to eat & drink at any time everyday. Delicious dishes from breakfast to dinner, made with the best fresh quality products. Also delightful French wines ! Very nice joyful staff. Highly recommended !
Had solo dinner at this pace and was treated very poorly by the waiter , tall handsome and very rude. Order entrecôte and ask for medium, it came rare I mean really rare , it took 30minutes to get the waiter attention, I mean the...More
We had the most amazing meal. Staff was over the top helpful. Every food recommendation was spot on. Mehdi was our server and I would give him 10 stars. BEST EVER
Do bistros get any better?.... great for a quick bite, a croc Monsieur or later a steak tartare. Lovely service as this after all is marais
Place was excrement full, a good sign since it is Monday night, but we got a nice Table right away. Everyone was nice and efficient. Food was delicious simple, but good quality ingredients and well prepared. I loved my steak tartare!
Just had the best Ham and cheese omelette I've ever had in my life! Service was actually solid and had an overall awesome experience! 26 euro for 2 ppl - 1 omelette, 1 ham and cheese omelette, and a bottle of water. Also, no wait...More
Stopped here for a quick break. The menu is a bit weak on choices so just had the hot chocolate. It was superb and after having Angelina's (yuck) later in the week we kept wanting to come back but there is so much to see...More