We were provided an elegant, delicious plentiful meal. The service was enthusiastic yet courteous and the veal oh so tasty & tender. Such good value and fair price.
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It's an elegant place to dine, not too formal, with well trained and friendly staff. Great variety of local and regional meals, accompanied by great wines. The atmosphere is relaxed and definitely enjoyable. Highly recommended.
We did a lot of research before booking a table for last Saturday night (1/21/17). One among us had heard such great things about Ambassade D'Auvergne that we were delighted to snag an 8:30 reservation. That delight was rather tempered by the end of the...More
Great aligot with duck and sausages! The server was very friendly and helpful and recommended that we try the duck with truffle aligot and the sausage with the plain ones. We ended the dinner with some fantastic chocolate mousse! Will definitely be back for more...More
The food was as expected - basic, simple french cuisine. We came here to try the aligot. It was good. We could sense the species, a bit less the cheese. This was the first time we eat aligot and therefor we cannot say if it...More
Having been to the Musee des Arts at Metiers this restaurant was not too far away and had good reviews. We were not disappointed. The staff were very attentive and aided our decisions on what to have with care. We started with champagne to toast...More
Like most little Paris restaurants a tiny room is packed with as many tables & chairs as possible. This can make getting to your seat a challenge. We came specifically for the Aligot, and it did not disappoint. They came out & showed how they...More
I had dinner here with 2 persons from Paris, very good winelist with qualitywines at Eur 40. The food is excellent, had a very nice foie gras and a piece of lamb. Selection of cheese correct. Service was a little too fast, but there was...More
Excellent dinner - this time we stayed in Paris for 3 nights only and this was by far the best dinner we had (1 of the others was at a Guy Savoy restaurant which was nice but a bit sterile). Attentive staff, very interesting cuisine...More