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Found this in the Lonely
Planet as we went for a weekend break. Reserved online and was phoned the following day to confirm the reservation.
The ambience is great, even though the tables are close together it doesn’t feel like there is a loss of...privacy.
3 course meal for €38, and we paired wine by recommendation.
Stunning meal with attentive service, (particularly recommend the warm oysters ) and the soufflé to finish was exquisite.
Best mean I’ve had in a long timeMore
Friends living in Paris booked a reservation at Le Pantruche where they had heard good things but had not yet tried. Our table was waiting for us. We were greeted warmly, asked about our food and wine favorites and a wine to start was suggested....Perfect. The set menu options were great and we tried almost all among the 4 of us. The wine paring, high service and quality continued all night.More
First time I had a lunch in this restaurant.
We had a warm welcome (for a french point of view).
Even if the table are really close one to the other, we had space and room for private discussion.
Food was served quickly and was...good and delicious.More
First, if you plan on eating here, I would highly suggest that you book ahead of time. I booked my table three weeks out from the US by telephone, which was a challenge, but well worth it. I now see that they offer online bookings,...which will make your life, and theirs, a lot easier.
The food was outstanding! They offer a set menu nightly, with a few choices for starters, main, and dessert, so be aware that you will not have an American style menu that allows you to choose from a number of options.
So rude! I called today for a reservation and inquired politely in French and the man began screaming at me “WHEN? WHEN?” and I gave him the date and he says “NO! WE CLOSE! WE CLOSE!” Seriously? Is this how a top rated restaurants treats...customers? No thank you.More
I'm in Paris for a week with my family. This place was recommended by our host. My sister and brother-in-law went one night, and I went with my parents the following night. We all loved our meals. I had duck breast (to be shared by...2 people) followed by poached rhubarb with sage ice cream. All of it was delicious. My parents had soufflés for dessert, which looked pretty amazing. The place is full of atmosphere - small and cosy with dim lighting and the buzz of a young professional crowd. It felt like a local favourite - no tourists in sight, but they had an English translation of the menu available. Magical evening, and I would make a point of going back if I was in the neighbourhood again.More
15 minute wait outside. We had no reservation so we were given a table outside with motorcycles and cars zipping by. Finally the waiter came and speed read the menu. The lack of service was high. Chipped glass, chipped water bottle. 38 euros for 3...courses and we had a 37 euro bottle of so so wine.
The food was food.
I asked the waiter for the check and it came fairly quickly.
The waiter poured the first glass of wine; we poured the rest ourselves.
Very disappointing. I would not recommend going there and sitting outside in the smoking section.More
I don't think TripAdvisor supports that. But we called with no French and they handled it in English. Especially if you start with Pardonnez-moi, mais je ne parle pas le Francais, they will switch right over and they are... More
I don't think TripAdvisor supports that. But we called with no French and they handled it in English. Especially if you start with Pardonnez-moi, mais je ne parle pas le Francais, they will switch right over and they are very nice. Fear not! (They are super good about explaining the menu options in English too. It's a truly French place, but they got popular a few years ago and have adapted wonderfully to having English speakers come.)