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“Place to take friends”

L'Atelier du Marche
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Ranked #3,243 of 18,128 Restaurants in Paris
Price range: $26 - $49
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Dining options: Late Night, Reservations
Neighborhood: Batignolles-Monceau
Description: The French cuisine we like! Nothing fancy, a selection of fresh products, a warm and cosy 'bistrot' ambiance, where regular guests love to come and have a drink (or two!!). Here we only serve what we like, and the wine list is wide!
Reviewed May 9, 2013 via mobile

Food is what it is supposed to be, not less, not more. The atmosphere is great though, a place to take friends. Order a pichet of their house wine (can recommend brouilly), take a seat and enjoy.

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Thank Sanne S
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Reviewed April 22, 2013

We had a lovely meal here while visiting Paris in early April 2013.
The place was very busy, with locals and tourists alike.
The did have an english menu, which they give you when you come in. However, there are french menus on the wall which list items not outlined on the english menu. I speak a little french and so was able to translate the bulk of what was available, and when we asked the server helped us with the rest.
There were some minor delays in service, and the fact that they gave us the english menu without letting us know there were other items available (again, I only knew this because I could read the menus displayed on the walls) made us feel a little bit out of place as "foreigners."
However, the wine and food were nice, the ambiance was good, and the price was very reasonable. (You could order a starter and main, or a main and dessert, or have the 3 courses for a set price.)
It was quite noisy when we were there and the tables are close together; I'd recommend it as a great place to go with a group of friends or family, to kick back, have some great wine and a hearty meal.
Don't skip dessert... It was delicious!

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Thank travelsinheels
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Reviewed February 9, 2013

Small place, reasonable menu (yes you have to read the French one, but it's not that hard and the waiter is happy to explain that "souris d'agneau" is actually entirely mouse-free). Friendly proprietress, prompt service. I had the salade aux endives (delicious) and the said souris d'agneau (very tasty); my colleague tried the cassoulet which looked reasonable if a bit small. We both indulged in the "pain perdu facon grandmere" for dessert, which was real nursery comfort food. Choice of house wines a bit limited. Reasonably priced, if you don't drink too much.

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Thank AlonsoTheMagnificent
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Reviewed November 5, 2012

We asked our concierge for a recommendation for a classically French bistro and this is where he recommended. It is a small bistro but not so classically French. I did get the Duck Confit which was good but most of the dishes were not typical. The service was good and the decor is interesting but was not quite up to our expectations.

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Thank krandy21784
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Reviewed October 9, 2012

Wonderful food, ambiance, and service! We took in a late meal (9ish) on a Monday night and no problem getting a table for two outside. Reading the other reviews on TA we asked for the French menu which was placed in front of us written out on a chalkboard, there were items on the board not listed on the English menu. Wife started with the ravioli which tasted like heaven, was not what she was expecting, more like a layered pasta in a shallow dish that was baked...very good. I had the beef Carpaccio that almost melted in your mouth. Following the 1st course was the veal chop with mushrooms sauce w/ baked potato and steak w/ béarnaise. For desert, can't remember what it was called but it was a huge piece of vanilla cake with whipped cream, they brought out the whole bottle Saint James rum and another with bottle vanilla syrup and a bowl or crushed nuts as a garnish. We actually forgot our camera there and went back after they closed. They were so nice to leave a post-it-note on the window saying "we have your camera" and we were able to pick up the next day, classy move....

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Thank Stadiaguy
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