Very nice terrasse and excellent service. A very nice place to have a glass of wine and watch the world go by. Nice selection of charcuterie.
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When we asked, they let us bring an assortment of pastries (from the great bakery next door) and eat it along with the coffee we had ordered. Nice...
we went many times, I think the food varies a lot, excellent sometimes, but pretty mediocre others, pick well, It is still a classic in the area. (and I used to be a local)
We discovered this typical French restaurant while exploring Saint Germain looking for a place to eat dinner. It was charming, open to the street, and people were eating outside and in. We had tuna tartare, a green bean salad, a Norwegian salad, and escargots. Tarte...More
We enjoyed our meal at Le Rousseau. From the Onion soup to the Steak Tartar it was exquisite. We loved the fresh bread and the cheese plate also. The staff was friendly and helpful to us with our limited French.
And it was on a Tuesday, too -- how decadent is that? Madame and I have dined at Le Rousseau quite a few times over the past ten or so years, and have always enjoyed it. This time we found ourselves in rue Cherche Midi...More
The "Very Good" is based on the haricots verts cooked in butter, garlic and parsley. I ordered this side dish as an entree (i.e. appetizer) and was rewarded was a massive dome of beans that were so simple and so delicious. Wine was offered in...More
Went to Le Bon Marche for some quick shopping so walked in for a quick lunch. Excellent onion soup and good/excellent soupe de poisson, both around 10 Euros. Entrecote ribeye steak was excellently cooked--flavorful yet tender and it was a bargain at 20E. The steak...More
We stayed in an Air BnB around the corner and tried a couple of the well-known spots in the area, but for straight-up, good, classic French food, we really liked place. Nice service, really good food, and nothing too fussy.