We ate lunch at Montecao on our last day in Paris. It was just below our Air B&B and was busy during our stay. They opened at 1 pm on Monday and we ate a lovely, simple French meal. Their formule was $19 for two...More
I think this restaurant is underrated. The food was delicious simple fresh and every think you would like to have an a lovely simple lunch. Situated in a nice square so you could listen to the birds singing in the trees, and not cars.
A French friend and I had a pleasant lunch there, sitting in the glass enclosed courtyard pictured. Happily, we didn't experience any of the negative stuff some of the other reviewers wrote about. Perhaps the ownership changed?
First this place had an horrible service : the owner who is also the chef is injuring all the time her staff and even customers as she thinks we don't hear or understand what she says.. ! I never saw that. While I was there...More
I had lunch here twice in 2013 and had the same delicious curried lamb tagine with couscous. Prices above value, however. The glass-enclosed courtyard area has so much potential that is just not exploited as a delightful location - with cleaning products and messy furniture...More
Very basic café, but expensive even Paris and I think the tea was made on hot water from cappuccino machine, but was not more that 80 C and nowhere near boiling, this makes the tea taste awful and the coffee wasn't much better.As this is...More
The Village Saint Paul is a little heart of hipness in the Marais, one of the hippest bits of this gilded and gleaming city. It's packed with antique, retro, junk and brocante shops and therefore makes for marvellous window shopping--although given the inflated prices, you...More