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We came here and got a nice window table. Waiter recommended us a wine and we ordered it. Later he told us they don't have it (even though he ordered it???) so we had to buy more expensive wine. After being in the table for...More
I ate lunch here before a visit to the Paris Masters at the nearby arena. The brasserie was full to bursting and the servers were rushed off their feet, but despite this they were friendly and cheerful. Had a very good plain omelette which was...More
Traditional French brasserie up the stairs of Bercy metro. When we stopped for lunch it was packed with clients in a hurry, servers were in a rush from table to table, atmosphere was electric but friendly. We left the dining room with its simple and...More
Enjoyed a few days in Paris and used this place at least twice a day. The food was really good but the service was fantastic and well worth a visit. They are next door to a 17,000 seat arena but always coped well when busy....More
very busy due to concert.
staff only want to serve locals/ French customers...they ignore tourists.
over priced, food disgusting (50 minute wait for toastie & chips) staff rude.
save yourself money and go to subway just along the road!!More
Date of visit: June 2016
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Véro B, Propriétaire at Le Chambertin, responded to this reviewResponded August 28, 2016
Nous servons tout le monde aussi rapidemment que cela est possible surtout les soirs de concerts.
During the break of BNP Paribas, we took a quick break at Le Cafe Chambertin not far from the Bercy complex. The cafe was busy and almost full.
Service was excellent even with the crowd and we quickly ordered a plain omelet and a salad...More