We arrived till there for discover that's closed and on the window it's written "Selling 60mq"!! I was so hungry and curious to taste their fondue... It was a great delusion!
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We loved this restaurant and went there several times on previous trips to Paris. The owner was so pleasant and the food excellent. Best Savoyard cuisine. We are here in Paris again and went two nights ago. So disappointed to see the sign is gone,...More
Seems to have closed down, but as a parting review, may I say this: We arrived after closing time and they seated us many moons ago. We ordered a fondue and my wife asked for a glass of wine. They refused. Why? Becuase she ordered...More
For my birthday dinner, I took myself to the place I could get real Roclette. I was not disappointed. It is another small place full of flavor and fun.There is enough competition to assure good roclette outside Switzerland. For those looking for Fondue, they have...More
I chose this restaurant as my birthday dinner because of my love for fondue. We had been walking around earlier in the Latin Quarter when I saw this little restaurant and decided it would be perfect for my birthday dinner. Not only was the restaurant...More
I was here five years ago and had to return with my husband. Near the Pantheon - on a fabulous little Medieval street just past Sainte-Germaine in the Latin Quarter (keep looking! you'll find it) -lies a delicious fondue for you! The brothers who own...More
Nothing to complain about, but 42 in two is quite expensive for: an appetizer (a kind of sausage tasting more of garlic than meat, and supermarket cucumber), a bourguignon, 50cl water, a glass of bordeaux and a coffee. Very kind staff, also speak Italian. Notice...More