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Le Procope founded in 1686 by the Sicilian Francesco Procopio Dei Coltelli, is considered to be one of the oldest cafes in Paris, as well as a legendary meeting place for artists and intellectuals. You'll be surprised as much by the decor of the three-hundred-year-old restaurant, marked by the historical events it has witnessed over the years, as by its culinary classics, such as the coq au vin or whiting and its creams and sorbets made by the House. A historic cafe to try for a full meal or even a cup of tea and a sweet pastry.
Lunch, Dinner, Late Night
Reservations, Private Dining, Seating, Waitstaff, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar
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Somehow we entered from the rear door from the back alley without knowing it was such a massive restaurant. Menu choices looked fine at the door and TripAdvisor comments were good so we decided to try since we're there. We were accommodated even though no...More
A friend and I visited this restaurant for lunch on a day trip to Paris and prior to attending a nearby exhibition. The place dates from 1686 and is full of interesting memorabilia. I would love to have had time to read all that I...More
Le Procope is one of the finest restaurants in Paris that lives up to it's historic name. To start, the building itself is a beautiful work of art that transports the patron to 17th Century France when this restaurant was first founded! The red walls,...More
Anytime you can visit a restaurant where Benjamin Franklin helped leaders of the French Revolution write the Declaration of the Rights of Men (which is written on the wall in one of the dining rooms), you should go there. This place is one of the...More
A fantastic restaurant with very classic environment especially in 1st floor excellent service and very tasty plates!!
I believe one of the best restaurant I ever visit in my life!!! I propose to visited in Paris!!!
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To be fair, we had a 19h30 reservation, which is not ideal as its a busy time. The menu was reasonable - in choice and pricing - but not spectacular. I ordered veal kidneys "medium to well done" and they turned up undercooked. My wife...More
This is billed as the oldest restaurant in Paris. It is huge - with dining areas that seem to go on and on and are spread out over a couple of stories. It is full of history, and it is easy to lose oneself in...More
The tables were too close to each other (not sure if it is because it's French restaurant style). We barely could move once seated. In terms of food, I quite like it as the food has no strong taste, all taste similar e.g. chicken breast...More