Overpriced - then tried to overcharge. 90€ one starter, two main meals, 50cl house red and 2 small beers. Menu price for the food was 46€, they said there was no menu for the drinks and it was 30€ per 50cl house red and 14€...More
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Au vin des Rues was right across from our hotel and we had our last evening meal there. They don't have a menu in English, but the proprietor translated the day menu and helped us picked out the perfect meal for our last meal. The...More
Doesn't look much from the outside but this is simply a great little neighbourhood restaurant; really good food, great service and value.
My husband and I joined our friends here for our last evening in Paris. It was the perfect place to say au revoir to Paris. We enjoyed the ambience of the small restaurant while devouring their delicious food. Everything from the charcuterie to the duck...More
Simple homely atmosphere one waiter one chef and great food lovingly made on the day. We shared our wine with the table next to us - a German lady and her French husband and a great night was had by all.
We found this on Saturday night as we were looking, somewhat vaguely, for a restaurant we went into 10 years previousy (see my review of La Closerie de Lilas). Well, we didn't find that place, which had either closed down or morphed into a completely...More
I ate lunch on a Saturday here in September 2013. It is an informal neighborhood wine bar and restaurant off of rue Daguerre. We walked into the restaurant around 2:30 PM and although they were about to close the kitchen, they served us with a...More
Nice restaurant in Paris, not too far from Denfert Rochereau. Friendly welcome and team. The food was nice and the restaurant ambiance is great. It is nice to find some authentique restaurant and not just a tourist restaurant where staff dont care about you. I...More
I was searching on purpose for a small cafe/restaurant/bistro for lunch today, to really experience the great Paris food I remembered. I passed on a number of places big & small when I crossed a busy pedestrian mall filled w fish shops, butchers, wine shops...More