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It took 23 mins JUST TO TAKE OUR ORDER. We asked our waitress twice and she said she was coming but was doing other things. We get it that she is alone, but she was prioritizing clearing out empty tables.
Would never go back.
During our first visit to France, we found this place to be very nice, comfortable and good to come back. You feel there indeed France, and especially Paris! Great staff, which remembered us and our orders from the first visit, so during the next one...More
Had drinks over a business discussion here. It's a casual cafe scene, quiet enough to chat, loud enough that you don't feel self-conscious breaking the silence. Typical selection of tap beers - great location by the Arch.
I know Paris a bit, I mean I have been there 4 or 5 times but still I don't know it like my home town so when faced with the choices of which bistro/cafe/brasserie to stop in to relax is a little overwhelming. For whatever...More
Went here because of some good reviews on Tripadvisor. Was bitterly disappointed.Found it to be unclean, floor not swept. Staff seemed uncaring and food, which was tomato/Mozarella salad tasteless. Sorry will not return.
We wanted an inexpensive, family friendly place for lunch and the Cafe Le Triomphe surpassed our expectations. Our food was good. I had the veal with mash and my wife had the duck confit. Both were good and well priced (particularly for the location). The...More
First of all ther eis no Brewery in this bar and no homemade beer. They have french beer on tap but it is 1664.
So I reserved a table over the internet and got 30% discount. But be carefully, to get it you need to...More
Fantastic service and the gentleman serving had no problem speaking English. Had the duck confit which was very good. Just arrived in Paris in the evening so was looking for a place to have a light bite to eat and a nice glass of wine...More