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This caf��/restaurant is situated on the banks of the 5th arrondissement of Paris, in the heart of the Latin Quarter just opposite Notre Dame, whose view can be enjoyed from the fantastic terrace (heated in winter). Enjoy the tastes of Italy from more simple dishes such as Bruschetta to more complex dishes like rabbit with fennel and polenta. In elegant and comfortable surroundings, enjoy the music from resident pianist Manu from 6.30pm onwards who is accompanied by singer Audrey from 10.30pm onwards. There is a great cocktail list and weekends offer a resident DJ playing anything from rhythm and blues to RnB and from disco to funk.
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The wait staff was accommodating and friendly, the food was decent, and it offers an amazing across-the-street view (Notre Dame Cathedral). And it was just a nice place to sit and relax while enjoying Paris. How many restaurants do you know that can offer all...More
Great spot in front of nôtre dame, friendly staff (i met the most funny waiter I have ever seen in a french restaurant), and they have gluten free sandwiches and fries ( I am gluten intolerant). What else to ask ?
Every thing was perfect.
Pierre drew us in with his charming personality. The food made it worth staying! We had the full breakfast for 12 euros. This included a two egg cheese omelette, orange juice, tea or coffee, one croissant, one croissant with chocolate chips, and one mini French...More
My wife & I stopped here for breakfast after visiting Shakespeare & Company. We had the continental breakfast and we had no complaints. The service was attentive, the waiter spoke great English and the bathrooms were very clean.
I stayed at a hotel nearby and fancied a breakfast al-fresco.
I had the 'French Breakfast' which was Eur8.90 for croissants, fresh bread and butter/jam, orange juice and a coffee. This was exactly what I fancied and I thoroughly enjoyed it.
The croissants were warm...More
We stopped here for dinner on one of our first evenings in Paris. We had the "quatre fromages" (four cheese pizza), the French onion soup, the seasoned frites and a specialty salad. All of the items were above-average, but the experience was rated as very...More