This tiny place - 24 seats - on the Restaurant Row of Rue Paul Bert in the 11th arrondissement stands out for it's traditional food and intimate room. Unlike the large and bustling Bistrot Paul Bert or the modern Le 6 Paul Bert, Le Temps au Temps looks and feels like the neighborhood bistro everyone wishes was around the corner. Mentioned in Alexander Lobrano's "Hungry for Paris" as one of his 102 top picks, it has since changed hands, apparently with no decline in quality. Our 27 euro three-course meals were fresh and flavorful and service was warm and unstuffy.
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