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We went for lunch after meetings around the corner. I had a very sloppy burger (and that's a good thing btw). Big, tasty with a nice helping of fries. I ended up finishing it with a knife & fork . . . yum.
When searching for a pho restaurant for lunch we came across Bioboa and decided that our search was over for the day. Bioboa is at 93 Rue Montmartre, and the nearest Metro is Santier from where it is a short walk and afterwards you can...walk to the Louvre in just a few moments. This is a modern and popular organic cafe furnished in contemporary populated mainly by Parisiens.
The menu includes everything from a salad of wild quinoa and vegetables to Aubrac beef cheeseburgers to delicious looking deserts including Tiramisu, raspberry cheesecake with red fruit coulis and chocolate mousse. Service is speedy(ish) and friendly. This is a real find and well worth a visit. Expect a lot of noise and at brunch, French families with very young children.....More
I was staying in the neighborhood and was headed to Liza upon recommendations. I passed by Bioboa and noticed it looked cozy and was drawn to the fact that it is all organic. When I found Liza to be closed for a private function, I...returned to Bioboa and was able to get a seat right away (about 9:15pm on a Thursday; there were only two other occupied tables). The staff spoke little English but were very patient. The mood is hip and young with house-type music playing in the background. The menu is not typical Paris. I had a couple of beers, a delicious salad and the veggie burger with fries (yes, a veggie burger in Paris). Everything was very good, but the burger itself was rather small for the bun. Good flavors though. I left very satisfied and happy that I had stumbled upon the place.More
Very nice restaurant, with a nice atmosphere and music.
The staff was very nice and extremely helpful as my girlfriend is coeliac and can't eat gluten.
As it was Valentine's Day, we were offered cocktails, which were excellent.
The food was very good, quite original,...as well as vegetarian and coeliac-friendly.More
We found this place on Saturday night by chance, there were four of us and a baby in a push chair. The food was really excellent and they were really good with the baby. The decor and atmosphere was really different and comfortable. The staff...were really friendly, helpful and polite. If we had to make a negativec comment, the staff could have been slightly more attentive with pouring wine, more water etc. but that is nitpicking given such a pleasant evening!More
We literally stumbled upon this place around 2.30pm on a Saturday afternoon and went in for a late lunch. It was really busy full of french people (a good sign!) but we got a table by the window. The interior was really modern rustic and...it had such a buzzy atmosphere. Staff were super friendly and efficient. My husband and I had the cheeseburger- not adventurous but worth it- it was cooked to perfection and the frites were the best I have ever had- and I'm quite a connoisseur of les frites!! The red wine was lovely too. The menu was really interesting and I would have gone back for the rest of the weekends meals if I could have...I so want to go back there- wish it was my local here in UK. Fab place- you must go.More
Date of visit: October 2011
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The neighbourhood around Opéra and Bourse is a belle époque paradise of grand boulevards, refined arcades, and mass-market art-nouveau entertainment. Here, modern day workers continue to take advantage of the legacy that nobility and finance left in the 19th century. Brightly-lit brasseries, theatres, and cinemas sit side by side with French bistros predominating in one area and Japanese restaurants in
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