Located in le Marais district, this is a great little eatery for dinner and quirky art! They have a variety of delicious French dishes and amazing creme brûlée and crepes to finish off!
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A great little eatery if you're feeling like a crèpe or galette. Excellent value too - generous serving size and not expensive. The service is prompt and friendly, and they serve all day so no need to wait for dinner!
Quiet street, sidewalk setting next to a small park. We both had "The Parisian Menu". I had the Gaspacho andalusian and my companion had the Salmon rillette. For mains we both had the "Burger Page 35, which consisted of Angus beef steak, Emmental, Parmesan, mustard...More
Our hotel was within a block of this lovely little place which we went back to three times during our week in Paris. The food was good, it was a reasonable price and the service was great. We sat outside across the street next to...More
We stumbled upon this place while wandering around and decided to stop in for some crepes. I had the Tatin Glace Crepe which was applesauce, salty caramel and vanilla ice cream - it was MARVELOUS! The place itself was really neat and our waiter was...More
Must have been a bad day for the crepe maker -- two of the three crepes came out burnt and crispy!! The dessert crepes were better but very basic. Service was ok - chef came out -- he had a fun personality!! Glad he didn't...More
We stopped in on the way back from the Fab Picasso museum. In a downpour we decided on hot soup. Great choice, terrific service, French onion soup that was good but not great. The ambience was the best part, old jazz playing and a room...More
Friendly staff. Nice location on a quiet street which is pedestrian only on Sundays. Being hot, all tables were moved across the street to a wide, shady sidewalk next to a little park. The roast chicken came with a mustard sauce. The meat was perfectly...More