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Stumbled upon this place as we were looking for a lunch spot near Gare du Nord on New Year's Eve day, which is not an easy day to find a decent restaurant. It was was our last meal in Paris before heading back to NYC...More
Set in a very typical small courtyard, a traditional brasserie, with a traditional menu and good quality food. Main courses were really small portions though, conversely to desserts! Overall a good address.
We went for dinner. We had an amazing "uni" custard which was creamy, rich and so fresh, unique and delicious. We also had like a "sliced eggplant or beet" (don't know how they did this feat!) on a thick soup like dish which was possibly...More
We went here for dinner our first night in Paris and it was so good that I insisted we go back again for our last night so that we were guaranteed a good meal and no disappointment! Between 4 of us the first night and...More
We finally found a pearl after a really horrible experience at CAFE A
brunch is abundant, with a large variety of "quiches" and desserts.
great eggs with salmon
burrata salad is good
loved their tiny "mi cuit chocolat" a real pleasure
Well I found this place quite by accident down a quaint street about 15 minutes walk from Opera house and the food was simply amazing. The contemporary French cuisine was a set menu for a very reasonable price and the flavors were matching a Michelin...More
Tasteless and greasy food. Obnoxious and snobbish staff - no customer respect. Dirty environnement, rats passing by the terrace, homeless begging to clients. To be fled. Pure horror and super expensive for what it is. The worst is the male staff - the attitude is...More
We had dinner at Gros on Monday evening. The food was exquisitely presented and perfectly cooked. We had fish with a delicate purée and diced carrots topped with what seemed to be parmesan chips. The chocolate fondant was really, really good, too.
Ok, you have access to a all you can eat buffet, plus 2 small hot dishes, but it cost 30€ ! That’s too expensive for pancakes, quiche, small pastries... the plates looks nice, but they were not very tasty and the were full of dressing...More