I booked on last minute. I had the salmon along with risotto. Wine also was very good as well as the dessert.
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Make no mistake, this is a decent traiteur/café, Unfortunately, I was there at a time when one young man had come to work without having taken his "be nice to clients" pills. Honestly and apart from that, it was really not at all bad.
I have been going there for years when too tired to cook as the food they propose is very tasty. However, as years pass by, i find myself going there less and less. I used to go at least once a month, now it is...More
You would think french kitchen had a responsibility to know etiquettes and basics of food. But the employees were arrogant, no respect, the meat was like rubber of a shoe, plates were taken away while we were still eating. Next to the poor quality of...More
I had a bit of everything to go and it was delicious. I was a bit surprised by the extremely high price though. I guess it's perfect for special occasions
What a find! After pelting it down with rain we dived into this delightful little cafe and was blown away by the quality of the food and quaintness of this great little eatery. Finished off our Paris holiday perfectly! P.s try the chocolate fondant with...More
The place is so lovely, cosy, nostalgic and authentic! It is just what you want to see in Paris but you're never sure where to find. Good food and friendly yet efficient service. You just want to try everything and take everything home : the...More
Sure the place is lovely but what about the prices!? I bought a few things to go, almost enough for one person, 1 spoon of tatziki for 3,9€, 2 cheese and spinach balls for 6€ etc I'm not against spoiling myself with good stuff but...More
This is a lovely-looking little deli with a great atmosphere. The food was ok but quite pricey. What's truly excellent is the desserts, they were soooo good. However, the problem was the service. First, the staff seemed inconvenienced by us being there. Also, for every...More
After visiting the area of Montmartre we started our walk back to the centre of Paris and came upon this delightful gem. Eight of us, feeling very hungry, entered. What we found was truly charming. A treasure trove of gourmet delights. We sat at four...More