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This tiny restaurant could easily be missed, three tiny tables under a canopy on the pavement, a tiny door welcomes you in to the "French shabby chic" room with about a dozen tiny tables for two, there is a space in the rear past the...More
I really suggest this singular restaurant in the 6 ème district in Paris, you have just to be ready to eat in a very small lounge near other people. I'm sure you will not regret it.
we chose two 15€ menu and we ate an...More
Feeding my family after a morning of art museums can be expensive. This place offered food which was delicious, home cooked and at a bargain price - 10 Euros for two courses is amazing (also available in the evening!). I had fish casserole with rice...More
Let's be simple. The front of this little joint is plastered with accolades Paris Pas Cher, value for money, cheap eats etc. We were not planning on dinner it was just before 8pm we had time to kill so we went in....This place is perfect...More
Even a freezing Paris in January opens its wonderful welcoming arms to food lovers, so it was a tragedy that we passed at least six fabulous places on our trudge to this venue, and on our last night. There are warning signs, which we wilfully...More
Having been let down by another restaurant who couldn't honour our booking we strolled and alighted on Le Petit Olivier. We had a table by the door....difficult as the many subsequent diners who arrived opened and closed it. This didn't matter. How can you go...More
This is a quirky place renowned for reasonably priced meals and it did not disappoint. We had to kick our heels in a bar down the street till service opened at 19.30 but the wait was well worth it. The food was cooked to order...More
The restaurant is very small and so cosy but a bit stifling as well....if you are taller than average it is gonna be complicated for you...
The staff is not very friendly and they don't really care..as for the food it is really basic, they...More
Petit meaning small, yes it's small bistro bohemian style but this is the all point, to keep it cool and relaxing so you can have a good time listening to classical music and surrounded by nice people. The food is rustic but made in house...More