It apparent this restaurant is out of business. The outside looked very nice and the setting was great across from the church. We wish it was still open.
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We have eaten here several times over the years and each time it seemed it had a different owner/manager. The results were as inconsistent as well. On a visist several years ago, the beignets, supposedly their signature dish, were flat and un appetizing. On another...More
We went for breakfast and truly wanted to like the place. It's hard to mess up eggs, toast and bacon, however my vegetarian crepe was made with mushy vegetables, canned mushrooms and tasteless. The ice breaker was the place is filthy. The black oscillating fan...More
Charming little coffee place, French style with very friendly and devoted staff. The food is not impressive but this is not the kind of place you visit with high or fancy expectations. The place was full when we came on a Saturday, we were served...More
I'm always drawn to small cafes in historic settings. St. Martinville, Louisiana is a delight and La Petit Paris is a gem in itself. It's an authentic working cafe with a small, dedicated staff. My wife and I each had an order of beignets and...More
Great breakfast, I had the stuffed French toast and my sister had a potato dish. The food was very good. Service was good, I did have to ask the waitress to come and clean our table again. It had sticky (syrup?) in places on the...More