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If fruit is what you crave, this is the place. Located near the Champs-Elysées, it was the perfect spot to enjoy a healthy snack while escaping the cold. It doesn’t offer much in atmosphere, and service is mediocre, but after so much hearty French food...some fruit was just what we needed. My kids were particularly happy about finding the chocolate fondue.More
Date of visit: January 2019
PriscilliaSalgado, Responsable relations publiques at Le Paradis du Fruit, responded to this reviewResponded 22 January 2019
Thank you for taking the time to share your experience in our restaurant. We look forward to welcoming you again soon.
See you soon. Heavenly yours!
This is the 3rd time 3 years straight my daughter and I have taken a daughter to France together. We discovered this restaurant last year while staying across the street at the Marriott Renaissance. After over a week of difficulty deciding on a place to...eat and something not outrageously expensive, we were so happy to find this place that has a fun vibe, foods we thoroughly enjoyed and an attentive staff. While it does have a great selection of healthy options, it also offers many varieties for those of us who aren't so scrutinizing about our choices. My daughter spoke about returning there constantly during this fall's trip.
I am embarrassed to admit while there a week ago, I received a very disturbing call about a family tragedy that was unfolding. I was trying to be discreet, but it was difficult, being the circumstances. However, the staff gave me privacy and before we parted (& not before I embarrassingly broke a goblet), the manager wished me the best and empathized with me which I deeply appreciated. He also comped our meal which I know was completely unnecessary, but I just want you to know that this is the type of people who run this restaurant. We will definitely return!More
Date of visit: October 2018
PriscilliaSalgado, Responsable relations publiques at Le Paradis du Fruit, responded to this reviewResponded 13 December 2018
Thank you for taking time to share your experience in our restaurant. We look forward to seeing you again soon.
See you soon, Le Paradis du Fruit
Went here twice during my Paris visit. Definitely would recommend. Great variety and excellent food. They have something for everyone-fancy drinks, juices, meat, veggies, and desserts. I got the Adam and Eve where you select 2 savors and 1 side. There was a list of...18 savors and about 6 sides to choose from. Definitely recommend #17 (for a savor)! It was a smoked turkey and cheese melted in one of their homemade pitas. Comes with a side dressing that you smear on top. I ordered that both times. All dishes also come with a salad (iceberg lettuce mainly with some spinach leaves, sliced radishes and tomatoes with a type of vinaigrette that was good. For a side I had the quinoa. It was interesting for it had some chopped herbs and pomegranate seeds in it. My kid didn’t care for it too much but I thought it was fine and had a different flavor. Overall, would recommend Le Paradis du Fruit. They have English menus and the wait staff is very accommodating and friendly.More
Came here with a colleague to dodge the rain between meetings (not really a "business lunch", it's probably a bit noisy for a real business meeting). Cheerful, pleasant and the avocado toast, smoothie and pecan pie were well executed. Nice wholegrain rolls and pleasant service.
Just 100m from the Champs Élysées is this cool restaurant that specialises in fresh fast service. Had the salmon burger topped with roasted peppers and zucchini - delicious. Others had chicken toad ties (with sun dried tomato and tasty French cheese), chicken salad and another...salad where you can pick ingredients. Fresh smoothies and monitors, a winning combo. Meal for four about 100 euros. Cool staff and great modern dining setting. Good looking friendly staff. People watching fun too. Women with small dog, both wearing Hermes. Towering blonde model strutting about. People dining solo and reading books. Tables just enjoying afternoon cocktails. Super fun.More
We just arrived in Paris and were taking a quick walk for dinner! My daughter spotted this place. They were quick to seat us even though it was very busy. The atmosphere was fun. We had an English menu which helped a lot. Our waitress...though couldn't speak English was extremely patient and helpful. The cocktails and dessert were the highlight. Dinner was also very tasty! Thanks for a great start to our stay in ParisMore