My wife and I stay in Paris for three nights and on our first night we had dinner in Les Cascades. My wife had chicken and I had a ducks leg the meal was nice.
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I'm English and the whole menu was in French but the server on shift pretty much translated the menu dish by dish with me and my girl friend. Really helpful. The food was delicious too. Only let down was they're not very attentive but if...More
Les Cascades is our family restaurant. We're used to meet regularly in this typical Parisian brasserie at Porte Dorée not far from our homes. 3 generations sharing a long warm Sunday lunch. Watching from the shaded terrace the world go by around Athena gilded statue...More
I was in Les Cascades a few times as I was living in the hotel just next to. It was amazing time spent there. I tried a lot of dishes here and I enjoyed everything, but I'll always remember the best crumble with ice creams,...More
Les Cascades is a terrific example of Parisian brasserie dining. My husband and I have enjoyed everything from morning croissants and tartines to steak and frites for dinner, all served with friendliness and professionalism. Highly recommended ,
We ate here once as it was close to our hotel.Nice decor and very Parisian atmosphere.We started off with a nice cheese plate containing 5 different varieties and plenty of French bread. Then a nice chicken dish in which the helpings were very sizable,filling and...More
We enjoyed a lovely 15 euro plat de jour after a long day of sightseeing - great place to either sit inside and dine or grab a seat outside and watch the world go by.
The waiter was happy to explain items my basic French didn't cover. His English was MUCH better than my French. The chicken and fries I had was wonderful. My husband had chick kebabs/rice and he enjoyed them also. I liked the fact that the restaurant...More
Awful. That's all that springs to mind. Service was alright enough, my friends seemed to enjoy their meal and the place seemed quite nice but my food was absolutely awful. The duck leg (allegedly) was very obviously not fresh, dry, overcooked and completely lacking any...More