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I dropped into La Petit Auberge by chance when passing one night for dinner while on a business trip to Paris. Although very busy they were so accommodating and gave me a table right away. The menu although simple was very appetizing and I ordered...the steak with shallots and a glass of red wine. The food and drink arrived very quickly and the steak was cooked to perfection. I enjoyed the food so much I booked a table for the following evening on my departure. The following evening it did not disaapoint. The food again excellent, the warm cosy atmosphere leads to conversations between everyone as tables are joined up. I could not recommend this restaurant more for a real Parisian experience at very economical prices.More
Metro strike prompted us to look closer to our hotel for a restaurant and we well pleased with this one. Simple food well cooked. Steak and chips in a red wine sauce and calves liver in a shallot sauce. Dessert creme brûlée and Île flottante....Nice bottle of St Chinian. Very welcoming French bistro full of locals which says a lot.More
The menu is simple but good. We both had steaks, I had a veg soup to start and my partner had a salad which were both good. The steak was really nice and the fries were great! Good place to go for a good steak.
we booked for 17 people as part of a charity ride to Paris. Edmond kindly designed a menu that would suit our budget and made sure tables would be arranged fo a large group. Feedback from the team was excellent, they liked the food, the...service and the wine! They hope they weren't too loud.More
I happened to be in the area to take a look to the Salon de l'Automobile, and decided to have lunch in this restaurant.
I found a very good steak, and plenty of other choices, but more importantly I found the first restaurant in Paris...in a very loooong time serving fresh fries instead of the horrible frozen ones.
Kudos for that to this place, taking an edge on much more expensive and reputed places in this city.More
Of the kind of French bistro that you could have been in any time in the last 50 or more years. Good simple food, excellent value, friendly service. I had the foie de veau a la creme. Tasty and filling. No problem to substitute for...the potatoes.More
I ended up here because everything else was closed. Turned out to be a great find. They've got a kind of a rugby theme going on with the pictures on the walls. I had a very tasty melon, a great faux filet steak and fries....The steak was juicy and the fries were great. The waiter was appropriately friendly and knew his way to the good end of the cellar. Not excessively expensive for the qualityMore
This restaurant wil make you feel like you are a little bit back in time. The service is good and the food is delicous. Watch out, the waiters are well trained making you choose the more expensive dishes. We asked for a peace of meat...that was not on the menu, turned out it was double the price of the most meals on the map. Besides that, good experience only it was a bit too expensive. Next time that we come back, we will pay more attention.More
We went to the restaurant a few times.
The food: outstanding. The menu is simple in the greatest sense. Everybody can find what they like. It is definitely a meat lover restaurant. A vegetarian could find something to eat but might be bound to starters...and salads.
The service: efficient, very nice, a great sense of humor which makes the time spend there fun and memorable.
The restaurant: small parisian restaurant as you would expect, it is quaint.
Prices: good value, not cheap but certainly not expensive.
It is often packed even during the week.More
My wife and I were going to eat a different restaurant in this area only to find out that reservations were required. We were walking down the street and walked past La Petite Auberge and decided to give it a try. This restaurant has the...feel of a locals restaurant and the food was excellent. The best part of the entire evening had to be the service. The woman who waited on us was genuinely happy we were there and the entire staff obviously takes pride in their food.....as they should. If you are in the area, you will not be disappointed from the moment you walk in to the last bite of chocolate cake with creme anglaise!More