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I have traveled to Rue Cler to eat this salad over a period of over 9 years. It has been a while since I have been in Paris and able to dine at this Cafe... the spot I always have recommended to anyone traveling to...More
we were greated nicely and had an old fashion, that had no ice, a big spoon of sugar, no bitters but a dash of orange liqueur. The onion soup had an old burnt dry piece of bread and a few crumbs of melted cheese on...More
We ordered 3 glasses of wine that the waiter had recommend.
We didn't like them and asked if they could be changed, he rudely said no.
We then ordered a medium to well done entrecôte steak that wasn't at all what it should have been;...More
We visited this cafe twice, the first time we just had Onion soup, but the second time we ordered the salmon with saffron sauce and quinoa, also we had steak. For dessert we had a creme brûlée which was very good. Very nice place !!!
This was our idea of a real French neighborhood cafe. The Rue Cler is a lovely neighborhood with pastisseries, fromageries and lovely boutiques. The food was simple and delicious. If you’re in France, do the real French thing.
The daily specials are such a $$ bargain (at around $15) and absolutely delicious. Our four-top chose the crispy Duck confit, Pigcheek stew with some of the best roasted potatoes ever and an entree salad. ALL were excellent. The wine list is narrow BUT contains...More
Excellent service and plenty of room. Our waiter was funny and accommodating to us foreigners. The food is great, highly recommend the duck and French onion soup. On certain days they have an oyster guy, so if you see it don't wait. The restaurant is...More
This spot is almost always busy and for good reason. The food is consistently good and the prices are reasonable. But the best part is the people watching. Grab a table close the street and let the show begin.
This was a nice average mid range café on the left bank dominated by American visitors.
The food was fine but not outstanding. A place to go if you're in the neighborhood but not a place to seek out as a friend recommended we do....More
Amazing location - just a few minutes from the Eiffel Tower. We had a meal and some drinks here late afternoon, before heading to see the Tower illuminated in the evening time. The creme brûlée is absolutely stunning - the best I’ve ever tasted. As...More