So so dinner in terms of food. Quite Arsh service Cherry on the cake, u have to go withdraw money from the ATM cause the 'credit card machine doesn't work'., Yeah..... Right
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Mainly local folks. Fairly quiet and intimate. I made reservations from the US and was greeted by name when I arrived for dinner with a friend.
Excellent food and service. Started with ceviche and petit pois soup; both amazing. Fish and Canette (duck) were generous portions and delicious. Added the wine pairings and got a discount from reserving through La Fourchette. Server/owners both speak English. Highly recommended.
On Saturday I took lunch here; the "formule" allows one to take a main dish from the menu for € 15:- and my chosen fillet of tuna was excellent grilled, and the dry white Pouilly Fumè pleasant. Definitely optimal value.... The acoustics are a drawback...More
I wavered between three and four stars on Bistro T because each time I go, something seems to be "off," and it is usually a staffing issue. The food is a step above traditional bistro cuisine, and for that the place really soars, but on...More
This restaurant had good reviews so we choose it for a party of approx 14 business people. I guess they did not like a big party as they were not smiling and we were put in the basement. OK the food was good quality but...More
All in this very Parisian bistrot is excellent. We had a wonderful and original menu; Very nice squash soup, perfectly cooked scallops, very French blanquette de veau, very good fish, amazing desserts. What else? Wonderful wines, served by a specialist. French athmosphere, two steps from...More
I booked with the app the fork for 50% off for dinner at 7pm . The food is homemade . I shared a Spanish ham appetizer which was good . I had a langue de chat beef meat served with little boiled potatoes and caramelized...More
Nice dining room and nice staff for this gastro restaurant. The menu is very limited in term of choice but the dishes are really well designed and cooked. For each dish, there is an wine advice that is really smart. One drawback is that the...More
You need to experience bistros when you're in Paris. These places have a specific style of cooking, specializing in hearty French dishes, and although the quality is usually as high as in a good restaurant, the setting is less formal. Expect efficiency, not the more...More