Stopped in for late lunch. Fun that it was happy hour! Had miniExpresss with plat du jour and dessert one word YUM. Staff was able to decode my English/French. Relaxing and enjoyable!
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We've stopped by Le Rempart for light snacks at what many of the French persist in calling "happy hours." Le Rempart is delightful - historic, with venerable stone walls, set on a part of rue St. Antoine that will have you thinking of Old Paris,...More
It was definitely our best meal in Paris. We went for dinner and spent eur 15,5 for the “formule”, which included starter (we had smoked salmon and foi grass) and main course (we had duck and turkey). Everything was very tasty and staff was friendly....More
We went to Le Rempart for lunch, and it was the best thing we did. It has delicious food for nice value for money. I think the Entrée was perfect: The Foie Gras + fig compote + salad + toasts was amazing. The main was...More
Great meals .... Good drinks..friendly staff.willing to help with language barrier ....family affair...great bartenders Samuel and Diago you couldn't ask for a better place
Made a reservation via Tripadvisor; we were well received in this French bistro. Honest and fresh food served with a smile. Very friendly for our kids as well; no special kids menu, but the chicken is recommended for them. Confit de Canard is very good...More
Random choice but it did the trick. Duck was good, beef was hardly prime cut but passable, desserts were consistently strong. Beer and wine lists met our needs. Good attentive service and explanations in French or English. Good for the price in the area.
Good food is not big news in Paris, as most local restaurants serve good food. Nice atmosphere is also something we came to expect. However, the combination of good food, nice atmosphere, excellent service and reasonable price, is big news, at least for us. We...More