Great food. Nicely presented and waiters were friendly and helpful. Would recommend if you're in the area.
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I went for my daughters birthday looking for the best in that area. A good place We took fois gras, huge and tasty. House smoked salmon. Oysters in the menu small and too salty. Homemade fries, good cod and vegetables. Great baba au rhum, Price...More
The set menu at Le Cardinal reminded me of what was once considered in the 60s and 70s exotic and vogue French cuisine in North America. Whether it was the escargot, foie gras, beef with bearnaise sauce, tartare, baba au rhum, or crepes Suzette, it...More
We organized a business breakfast for 10. We enjoyed a very quiet place, a warm welcome and a smiling and efficient waitress. Breakfast was well served.
Of all the places to eat in Paris, I ate here 2 times in the week I was here. What a great place. Fabulous food, friendly staff and a wonderful environment. It was a very short walk from the hotel. I would definitely recommend trying...More
We had lunch at Le Cardinal in December 2016. The café is on Boulevard St Germain, in the more local part of it, close to its western end. We had the lunch special with onglet and homemade fries. Very well cooked and reasonably priced. Extremely...More
This brasserie is nice, the decor inside a bit old, but the food is very good. The staff is very attentive and took good care of me on every occasion I have been there. Of special mention is the Rhum Baba, which is humongous. The...More
We were staying nearby for the weekend and arrived at the restaurant without a booking on the Friday night, table of 4. We had a nice welcome from Sengo, our lovely waitress, who then made it her mission to look after us - she did...More
I have tried the squid and pâté starters, both of which are very nice ( squid is fresh, parsley and garlic sauce is like a legitimised tartare sauce, the plum chutney with the pâté is home made ) Have had the steaks, king prawns with...More