We enjoyed having a dinner there with my wife. Tasty food, fine wine and nice staff made a perfect romantic ending of our day.
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We visited after Sacre Couer - beautiful little cafe right near the foot of the stairs. The staff was very friendly, spoke some English, and the menu was delicious and cheap. We got the quiche and bruschetta, as well as the pear tart for dessert....More
Fantastic location and lovely staff. Sat outside with a beautiful atmosphere. The food was average though, the tagliatelle was bland and watery, and the food being served around didn't look great. Would definitely come back for a drink, just not food
I can't comment on the food because I was told the "tables were for two". I went on Thursday, 5/225 at the recommendation of a local and was asked by the first wait staff, "for lunch? just one?" (insert sarcasm) and she then disappeared with...More
Good food, nice atmosphere and pleasant service makes this a great restaurant. A bit hidden at the side of the Sacre couer makes not so much visited by loads of tourists. It has a nice neighbourhood restaurant appearance.
You have to climb quite a bit of stairs to reach the restaurant because it is near the Basilica du sacfe coeur. But the staff are very friendly and they have chairs outdoor as well as indoors. There is a special champagne cocktail and they...More
I came to this restaurant twice during my visit to Basilique of Sacré Coeur in 2015 and 2016. I love the place. They have nice decorations & good food. They also have vegetarian menu which is cool. The last time I came for lunch, I...More
No more hot food around that time, just teas, coffees and cakes. Never mind, if you are just resting or having a break from the long walks after Sacre Coeur, then it is still worth experiencing this quaint, quirky cafe. Love the vibes and ambience....More
Went there with friends and family for lunch. We started off outside and made the mistake of moving several tables together. The owner came out and moved them back again. At first we were annoyed until he explained that the local council imposes huge fines...More