Our nearby hotel recommended Pere Fouettard for lunch and we were not disappointed! Very nice lunch specials at reasonable price and very friendly and helpful service (in English) from Michael !
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This was my second visit to Pere Fouettard for brunch. First time was last March (2016) and we liked it so much it was a definite to return this visit. Unlike set Sunday brunch, this is a buffet. The choice is amazing. Theres a range...More
At the end of the afternoon before dinner we dropped by for a glas of wine. Still going strong, pleasant attentive waiters and a good wine. What else does one require.
We were a party of 8 - 4 adults, four children (9-14) - on the upper floor last Saturday night - with a reservation for 19.30 - peak time. My heart went out to our waitress as she had to hoof it up and down...More
Not a bad place to sit and have some traditional French fare with a good atmosphere. The outside terrace is large and offers space for both eaters and drinkers. The menu and the quality of the food was good, especially the confit of duck. Don't...More
25€ for a buffet is sadly not so expensive for Paris but that one are nothing special or impressive. Not too much choices, no fresh fruit and scramble eggs mix with a way too much of milk. This place is very Parisian, with all the...More
For €16, you get starter or dessert, main dish and coffee. Tried the cote d'agneau while my husband chose the tartare de saumon, and it was delicious with very generous proportions.
The restaurant is close to the Chatelet Les Halles station in the 1st arrondissement. I like the decorations and their confit canard tastes very good.
My wife and I enjoyed Pere Fouettard so much we went back again! The crepe flambée is lit at the table and tastes marvelous! The white house wine was so good and perfectly chilled. The service here was outstanding. We sat outside but inside upstairs...More