Le Sac à Dos is on the same side street as the hotel where we were staying with friends during a recent visit to Paris. We passed it several times during walks around the 7th arrondissement. One afternoon, while walking back to the hotel after lunch, we stopped to read the menu on the chalkboard in the window. The owner of the restaurant came out from inside the restaurant and started talking with us. He was so friendly and funny that we had to make a reservation for dinner that evening. We were all so glad we did.
This is one of those very small French restaurants that you hope you find while in Paris. The atmosphere is very lively, reflecting the owner’s delightfully outgoing personality. The menus are handwritten on chalkboards on the wall and each dish was well explained by the owner. Some of us ordered from the fixed-price offerings for the evening, while the others ordered A La Carte items. Everything the five of us ordered, from appetizers through desserts, was delicious and the house wines in carafes were excellent. The whole evening was an unhurried and fun experience. We will definitely go out of our way to go back to Le Sac à Dos during our next visit to Paris and suggest you do the same.
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