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in this really nice and so friend area
the 20 district
this place is so nice
the manager Adrien was really nice funny and pro
the barman birthday was a good time
look like all the customer know each other
ambiance de quartier...as they said
and the burger was so GOOD !
good luck team !More
A French singer recommended su the place, since she happens to live in the nearby. Warm welcome, good food, friendly atmosphere and cool indie vibe around the place. I had a Croque-Monsieur with Pastrami, an Italian twist of the classic French specialty. Just to evoque...it makes me hungry again... Very satisfying!
The place is not very big and the furniture might not be the latest designers' dream, but who cares?More
This small restaurant was recommended to me by someone who lives in the neighborhood. The food - I had the chef's suggestion, a fish served in a delicious dill cream sauce - was just tasty. It was served with rice that had red peppers and...other vegetables sprinkled throughout and I was surprised how much flavor what could have been bland side dish.
The value was outstanding.
I am surprised by other reviews suggesting that the staff was less than friendly. All of the people who served me this evening were friendly and gracious.More
I visited here just for a couple of drinks. The server that took care of me was very nice with a great genuine smile. They have a cool charging station on the coffee bar near the front (see photo). Indoor and outdoor seating was pretty...spaced out. They some good music playing in the background and I suggested a couple of songs they might like to add to their rotation. Next thing I know they had them playing in the cafe. They were also very patient with my French. When I'm back in the area I'll definitely stop in again.More
Instead of bbq sauce on my burger I asked for caramelised onions, the waiter said sarcastically "no, you can go to the kitchen and make your own burger". Seriously? You can't just swap out a topping on a burger? Why is that so hard?
Date of visit: May 2015
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