It is an ok place. The food is actually fine, but The staff is very young. Nothing wrong about the place
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Mark this Bistro has entrances from two roads, the Boulevards Murat and Exelman respectively. Do not get confuse by that, it's actually quite convenient. That also where the name stems from: a gas station on either entrance, though one turned into an electric charging station by now. We arrived too early for the full menu, but the snack menu is... More
I was disappointed yesterday with the burger served yesterday. Almost no onion, the piece of cheese was ridiculous, almost no sauce, the meat was just ok, I am not sure the French fries was home-made... It was busy and noisy... but the service was good.
This restaurant bar is close to Parc des Princes stadium and was very busy with Welsh fans on the afternoon of the Wales v N Ireland game. However normal lunch service continued throughout. We had a table for six in the middle. We had some excellent whitebait to start then fine steak frites with good sauces on the side and... More
Food and service in this restauarant was very good, the deserts probably being the weakest part but massive. Wine by the carafe a good alternative to the bottles and very palatable. Both steak and burger generaously proportioned. Beautiful rustic pate to start. Very warm inside the restaurant as the fan where we were sitting did not work, but then it... More
We arrived here at 19:00 and did not leave before 0:30. It was a nice place to sit outside. The only problem was they run out of beer at the end of the evening. Little weird for a cafe/restaurant. We also had a good diner here. I ordered the rumpsteak 200g (19,50 Euro). And it was good, also got it... More
this restaurant is just at the edge of the Bois de Boulogne. On Sunday afternoon, many of the locals who play sports in the bois come in for lunch. It is one of the few places in the city that you can get great, traditional "peasant" food - their boeuf bourgignone is the real deal! Frites are also perfect. It... More
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