A classic bistro in the Marais. Busy and bustling but with quick and attentive service. Good good and an excellent bottle of Cotes du Bourg for about €60 a head. Pretty decent value in central Paris.
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Went here w the missus on a weds night around 9 and had a pleasant experience. Service was excellent and food was good. Had lamb chops w ratatouille and wife had steak frites which was ok. Worth a local night out for dinner if in...More
In over a month spent in Paris in aggregate, I have never had a such a bad meal. Fois gras was processed (yet still 17E) and main plates were Americanized beyond recognition. Service was good (and the only saving grace) until mains were served at...More
In a less crowded section of the Marais, French menu, good bread, daily specials make this a great place for a meal in that area of Paris.
On a lovely warm Sunday evening in April we had an outdoor table in this small and friendly restaurant in Le Marais. We didn't want a huge 3 course meal and chose to have fillet steak with sautee potatoes. Beautifully cooked steak and a good...More
my go to favourite place to eat in Paris. very traditional french food and never disappointed. always busy and yet never feel rushed. I have dined alone and with friends and always happy. my favourite dish is the lamb cutlets.