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After a long flight from India, and a afternoon tour to Eiffel Tower, we were looking for a place near the Notre Dame. Found this tiny place in a alley, way far from the touristy places on the main street, and we had a quick...More
We found this wandering down the back streets near the Seine. There was a 2 course lunch offer including a glass of wine for 17 euros. They had a flooded cellar (as this was in January, when the Seine broke its banks), but had stayed...More
At 12:30 there were already a number of people hiding from the cold and wet Paris day but I was able to snag a small table.
The menu is written on chalkboards in the window and one of the specials was Beef Bourguignon which I...More
We searched out this little gem after I saw it featured in a web article of the best historic inns/pubs from around the world. It certainly was worth the search. We were greeted by the owner and the wine and food were all amazing. I'd...More
To the people calling this place superb or even good never went to a real restaurant in Paris. I'm sorry for you.
Our food came from the back room in a Tupperware and was warmed in the microwave. The pasta was dressed with cold butter....More
We stumbled upon this little treasure of a place when we were near Norte Damme on a rather drizzly night after a long day's sightseeing. The welcoming staff, comfy surroundings and menu of tartines and salads (plus a special or two) were just what we...More
Rustic French home made SUPERB food and wine in intimate restaurant which is relaxed and cosy.
After finding this gem nestled in the back streets of Notre Dame 4 years ago it has become one of our must 'go-to' restaurants.
The law of diminishing returns...More
Been here a few times recently and the food has been really good. It's a really central location but just slightly down an alley so you can avoid the touristy places round the corner. It feels way more like a local place.
They do a...More
Two islands sit in the middle of the Seine at the very heart of Paris. The more majestic one, Ile de la Cité, sparkles with history. This is the birthplace of Paris, the home of the Gothic Sainte-Chapelle, and the site of the prison where Marie Antoinette was held before her execution. Tourists flock to see the iconic Notre Dame and the beautiful bridges that straddle the Seine. Ile Saint-Louis, the more provincial island,
welcomes you with cozy traditional eateries, small boutiques, and what some people say is the best ice cream in the city. This is essential Paris from its very beginnings to its modern appeal.