Café de Paris offers a few parking places supplemented by street parking, which is gobbled up by patrons of the tavern next door. We found the restaurant oddly uncrowded on a Saturday night. The menu is rather large, tending toward seafood. The bread served warm was excellent; the little tabs of butter wrapped in metal foil was déclassé. The wine list is adequate. We began with crème d'asperges which was not overwhelmed by the flavour of asparagus. The small house salad came with a slice of almost-hardboiled egg and a lovely house dressing, rather like a Caesar only different. It is made with raw egg; they made no argument about substituting oil and vinegar for my wife who cannot eat raw egg. She had the brochette de filet de boeuf aux herbes, which she found excellent. I had the veau Normande which was cooked perfectly. These were served with epinards à la crème, gratin dauphnois (which was overdone), haricots verts (which were overdone) and carrots (which were very overdone). They offer a lovely dessert list but we were too full, having ordered our entrees "complet" which meant they came with soup and salad for six dollars more. The bill was $90 for the two of us, which was a little steep for the overall quality of the good. We will return.