It really sucks when you order something and the you dont get it.. At least it wasnt on the bill! The food is not so special.. 8 euros for 8 slices of salami is a theft! The waiter were polite. Not goin there again thou
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My wife and I stopped for lunch. the menu did not quite meet our interests or needs. We had nice large, unexciting, salads. Slow service
Have eaten in some good food places in Paris but this missed the mark. Cold and wet so pArtner went the legume soup. But is it was a packet mix and tasted like that so no actual vegetables. I had the turkey sandwich and salad....More
It was a good place to relax over a cold beer while waiting for a friend. I really wouldn't think of eating there.
Croque monsieur was warm, crunchy and cheesy, apricot juice was sweet and smooth. It might seem quite ordinary brasserie, but it was so not bad. Slightly pricey, but it would be good to visit if you hang around.
We were hungry during that period between lunch, and the reopening at 7 for dinner, so we walked over to Blvd Saint Germain from Musee Rodin. Decent cafe food, and efficient service. We had Charcuterie and My daughter had a Croque Madame. Very cool vintage...More
If you want a genuine Paris experience, sans Bon Ton, this is it. The prices are reasonable, and has standard fare for the venue.
Great service in a very nice location. My husband and I stopped here for some warm beverages and to let the rain pass by. We enjoyed sitting on the terrace and watching people walking by.
We wandered into Le Rouquet on a balmy autumn afternoon for lunch. The old style awning and people relaxing outside, watching the world go by along St Germain, were attractive features. The restaurant itself was clean and tidy and offered some very nice options. We...More