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We ordered vegetarian pizza pasta and omelette
Dishes served Kate but vary tasty
In desserts we had hot chocolate
Nice place and crowded one
There was a cosmopolitan group and the time was just after the Lido shows
French cafe food can tend to blend together in Paris. If you need something different head to George V. We really enjoyed the Asian flavors on the menu and were still able to get the kid friendly standards.
We had such a great evening dining at this little cafe on a Friday evening. Not only a great place to just sit and people watch, but the food was surprisingly good. My husband shared the 'Chèvre Chaud' salad with honey dressing... it was fabulous...More
Stopped here for lunch, was completely surprised that a ham & cheese crepe (which was a plate of cheese and inedible) plus a club sandwich, a beer and a Diet Coke was €60. Total rip off! Would not recommend or return.
Sadly, this will have been my last dinner in Paris. The staff was great, the location was fun, but the food was definitely Paris tourist trap quality. This was the only restaurant we ate in that the staff "rushed" us out.
My meal was fine,...More
We have visited George V. Cafee becuse we wanted to try the real french creme brulee. It was delicious. And the staff was very polite. The prices are quite high but it's Paris 😉. The children got the chocolates for au revoir.
We visited on a Wednesday evening in April. The staff were fantastic, a very special mention to Colin, our waiter, who was friendly, helpful, spoke English perfectly and kept the mojitos coming! Thank you for making our evening so lovely.
The food was brilliant, I...More
We stopped for dinner here before we went up the arc. The waiter was very helpful and spoke excellent English which helped with the menu. The steak was cooked to perfection and the desserts looked awesome. Snails were a first and went down a treat!!...More
Location is good, supper is so so. But the waiter is very very rude. Even he understood that we are not french but he tried to speak in french strictly. It is a very popular street and almost all tourists visit this street. The wine...More
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