Chipotle across the road, must try after bad service and so so overpriced oysters. The Chipotle staff were warm and charming, made time to make the perfect meal after a heartbreaking (wallet shrinking) meal.
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This is a really small place so you might need a reservation in peek hours. They specialise in oysters and they do it excellently! Only minus is "minimum 12 per person" which might be a problem if you want just a smaller meal. Even I...More
Being a huge oyster-lover we went to many oyster places in Paris, but found this one THE BEST without doubt! It seemed like its run by a family, who love their little resto. The place itself is tiny, but perfect for smaller groups and couples....More
We visited this place for late lunch to avoid the crowd. The oysters were fresh and reasonable price. Definitely a recommended place for oyster lovers.
This is the place for oyster lovers. If you are not a fan find another place. They do offer shrimps, clams and urchins but you are here to savor the freshly shucked oysters with a glass of wine. I keep going again and again every...More
I ate here with a friend based on the TA recommendation, as well as various other reviews of oysters in Paris. The restaurant only sells oysters and only oysters from a single location in Brittany at that. However, they were delectable and fresh. We ended...More
I love eating oysters, and that is what you do here. Shrimp was quite good as well. The line was worth it.
Regis opens for dinner at 18:30, and you should be in line by 18:10. There is a small dining area, seating 24 max, which was full by 18:30pm. One gentleman stood at the counter to eat his oysters! My husband is the oyster fan, not...More
If you love oysters that's the place to go! they mainly serve oysters with a side of bread and butter, but if you are ready to dine with a plate of this gorgeous seafood go there and you won't be disappointed! drawbacks: the service could...More
Huitrerie Regis is a restaurant that offers few seafood options, as well as oysters, of course. But in reality, it is worth to face queues (the restaurant is very small and they do not work with reservations) to taste the oysters of Marennes d'Oleron (Fines...More