A customer invited me at the Brantome, lovely place, amazing food and great presentation! Go on the back of the Brasserie, you have the restaurant, it was a Grand surprise ;)
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Welcome and service was good. Rather disappointing food as no more daily recommendations and not much choice offered in the menu. The pavé de boeuf was not a good choice. The rest was OK. Good wine. If you stay nearby, you may try it once...More
We had a business dinner here and the best thing about the restaurant is that it was really quite. Easy for conversation and we could even have our laptops on the table. Food itself looked great, but was disappointing, rumsteack requested medium-rare, but was weldone......More
Lucky find as just round the corner from our hotel. Waiter was really helpful and friendly and translated menu for us, recommending food and wine. This is really important as we often find French restaurants a difficult experience! Food was delicious. Smoked salmon and tuna...More
We had dinner there during one of our visit in Paris, the food and the service were excellent. We had a large (moderately inebriated) group of Scotsmen, and the waiter did an great job handling everyone and making us feel welcome.
Wonderful service. Waiters spoke English which helped us through the menu. Try the duck - we had a breast duck with special salt. The smoked salmon for an appetizer was very good. The risotto was so so. Wines by the glass - good selection. Our...More
20-some Euros for Confit de canard, supposedly their specialty.. but nothing special, really... this can be 15-16 Euros in most bistros in Paris (they may claim to be a 'restarurant' not a 'bistro'). Desserts between 9-12 Euros, too expensive for what they are. This is...More
We popped in for supper after a long working meeting and enjoyed the quiet and peaceful atmosphere, which enabled us to chat freely. The chef's special (Halibut ) was delicious but not cheap. Similarly the bottle of Vouvray we chose to accompany it.