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All reviews chocolate mousse prunes tuna steak sole meuniere fries frog legs snails crab salad bread quiet square beautiful bistro parisian dining soft boiled egg restaurant located traditional french dishes recommended by a friend
I recently dined here with a large group of family and friends to celebrate my 50th birthday. Reader, it was fantastic! It was recommended by a friend who is a 20 year vintage 'American in Paris'.
It was all that I had hoped for of...More
This is a lively restaurant with great old world charm and a more contemporary menu. Service is very good and friendly, the food is all very good and well prepared. The chocolate mousse is to die for and overall this is a fun enjoyable restaurant.
This place has the atmosphere of a very-old-school neighborhood restaurant. It's easy to imagine during evenings of vintage yesteryear, that Frank Sinatra or Dean Martin might drop by. Even the menu is gorgeous. If you measure a place by looks alone, Le Square Trousseau wins....More
Our group of 8 dined at Le Square Trousseau for dinner on our final evening in Paris. Included in our group were 4 children ages 11-14. Without exception, we all loved our meals. Three kids ate off the kids' menu (18 euros, hamburger with fries...More
Great food and amazing service. The staff is aiming to please you which is not always a given in Paris. Great food. Amazing atmosphere. Eclectic clientele. Eat, drink & be marry. Can't wait to come back
Many years ago, a friend of mine who was a foreign correspondent based in Paris told me of a wonderful bistro where locals dine on sumptuous French food fronting a lovely park. That place was Square Trousseau. It may exist in name but in quality...More
A restaurant worth finding. Take a taxi from your tourist hotel and walk back. Lovely square, wonderful staff, great menu and they carry it off well!
I will definitely go back. My latest Paris discovery.
Stayed at local hotel and happened upon this beautiful bistro one morning. The food was delicious and well presented. The service was friendly and efficient. It is well away from the tourist bustle. For relaxed Parisian dining in an elegant location this is ideal. We...More
This is a true neighbourhood restaurant located on a residential square just off the hub hub of Place D'Aligre market. Everything thing about it says quality. The ultra French interior, the many tables outside along the front and the white aproned waiters are all spot...More
Nestled between the Seine, Bastille, and Père Lachaise lies a peaceful side of town where wide avenues and impressive buildings accompany green spaces and small parks. Landscaped havens are plentiful, from the Bercy Park to La Coulée Verte and most impressively the Bois de Vincennes, which even contains a medieval castle on its doorstep. For an escape from the masses head to this calming neighborhood where real Parisians make