Began with Dom Champagne of course. 3 courses later we were still enjoying everything. Very expensive but worth it.
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A delightful place for dinner with impeccable service and beautiful decor. Food was outstanding. If you are looking for oysters and seafood you will not be disappointed. There is a varied menu to suit all tastes with an excellent selection of wines. A most p,easurable...More
This is a Paris dream meal realized. The staff, food and setting are amazing. Style, elegance, grace, the food, the wine, everything is perfect. I could go on for pages about the meal and service but suffice to say, you have to do Lila's and,...More
La Closerie des Lilas is a Paris gem. Classic Parisian food with super attentive staff. I can see why Hemingway enjoyed eating here. The best thing on the menu and still dreaming about it...Rum Baba! Get it, it's amazing!!!!
Located at the Port Royal Metro stop (the corner of Blvd. Saint Michel and Blvd. Montparnasse) this restaurant was once a Hemingway (amongst others) hangout. There are two options for dining: the brasserie (to the left) and the restaurant (which is more expensive). Both spaces...More
We feared "tourist trap" but wanted to follow Hemingway, so we came only for an apéro before dinner someplace else. But we enjoyed the atmosphere and the look of the place so much, that we decided to take a chance on dinner and reserved a...More
We were a group of 7 who had lunch on a weekday and the place was full. Tip: Reserve a table online. The food was fantastic and though this was a business lunch, La Closerie is a reminder to me to take it easy, enjoy...More
Classy restaurant, excellent food, attentive and welcoming staff. A lovely place in general. Highly recommended.
Four of us dined here early (7:30) and all enjoyed the amazing food and spectacular service. The beef, scallops, oysters, crab, and cod were all wonderful. It was a very nice fancy, French meal. We left around 2.5 hrs after arriving. The experience is to...More
Famous location, depicted by Hemingway in some of his novels. And the place keep high the standing of its reputation. Good service, tempting choice of French cuisine (the range of the offer is wider in the Restaurant compared to the Brasserie one) and a typically...More