positive points; nice live music, warm envirement negative points; avarage food, I had much better spanish restourant experiences.
Let's start from the quality/price ratio: Terrible. We were 2 and we shared the "fromage manchego" (4 thin slices of manchego), the "Assiette de tapas" (1 small slice of tortilla, 2 croquettas, some anchovies, 4 slices of jamon iberico) and we drunk a 1/2 liter...More
Friendly staff, good ,affordable wine and food! Funny and intertaining guitarist duet from 9pm. We ate , danced, drank and re-drank in this place that feels just like Spain ! A classic gem in Paris! Embrassez vous ! The phrase that the duet keeps on...More
We found ourselves in this area of Paris for two reasons; We were doing a bit of a literary walk of the city and Ernest Hemingway lived with his first wife Hadley just across the street at No 74 rue du Cardinal Lemoine, while James...More
Two guitar players, a flamenco danser, Spanish décor and atmosphere combine to make this restaurant a perfect choice to celebrate a Birthday ! Lots of animation and laughs here! The paella with large shrimp is quite good. The other choices on the menu are also...More
Great atmosphere, wonderful Spanish food in the middle of Paris. You have to catch the night show, the two guitarists are great fun and the flamenco dancer unforgettable.
Yet another great Parisian find. The restaurant is conveniently located just a few steps away from the place de Contrescarpe, across the street from the famous Hemingway's apartment on rue du Cardinal Lemoine. What makes El Burro Blanco a very special place is the sincere...More