Nice wine selection across all price ranges and friendly staff/atmosphere. would recommend to any wine lover!
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I arrived here via a recommendation. It's a very cool spot with a simple tasty menu of cheeses and charcuterie but to be honest as a solo visitor I felt quite ignored which was bleak as I watched the Maitre D chatting to various patrons,...More
Reviews claimed that this was a great place, I was disappointed. Staff were kinda standoffish and not very friendly or even welcoming. Wine was average and ambiance was just very poor, bright lights and not comfortable seating...food was very good, but I would not come...More
I loved the concept. You go in and look at the wine menu, there's no names just categories and prices. Then a waiter comes and according to the price category and the taste you want he advises you. You can ask to taste the wines...More
Upon a recommendation from a friend and a quick glance at their Instagram page, my traveling companion and I wound up at Inaro. We selected a plate of cheeses, charcuterie, and smoked fish, then picked an excellent white wine after our server let us try...More
Knowledgeable service and even giving little taste previews so you can taste before you get a whole glass. Run by a bunch of young guys that love wine and speak good english. Cheese and small plates are also available. Go for a glass if you...More
Me and my boyfriend needed to eat quickly before to reach our friends. This was the perfect solution. A very nice and quick taste of wine and cheese, accompanied by tasty bread. THe choice is wide and the owners super nice!
We spotted this place after a long day of walking around Paris. The tables were all reserved, but the server let us use one for an hour. It was fab.....food and wine in great setting. The place is small, but the atmosphere is great. The...More
On our exploration of the city, chose to get off the metro at a farther station and walk back to see what we may come across. We stumbled along a line of small cafes, but this one caught our eye for some reason. We sat...More