We tried the duck confit and salmon, good food but no wow factor, perhaps it’s a local diner with no fuss or catering to foreigner’s taste buds. Creme brûlée is nice. Staff is friendly and attentive. Overall a pleasant lunch for us.
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2nd visit to this great little restaurant - the oldest in Montmarte area. It has a great atmosphere and regularly has a pianist playing, All the food is home cooked and traditional french cuisine. Would certainly recommend the French Onion soup - it is very...More
We were lucky enough to have a family meal here. It's a quaint, small and intimate restaurant that really makes you feel you are in Paris. The food was lovely, the confit duck was amazing. It was a lovely evening. There is a good selection...More
We took the menu; extremely difficult to make a choice, so we took everything and shared; everything, really everything was good! Nice wine list .... and then the absinthe, what a spectacle, .... and so good. I think I found one of my favorites in...More
My iphone was stolen in this enclosed restaurant last Tuesday night, be more cautious when you pull the phones out for taking pics especially for tourists, Never never never leave them on the table or use them without being very careful. I personally experienced this,...More
Couldn't believe our luck when was recommended this restaurant . The food is provincial French in a small, dark arty saloon. But the piece de resistance was the French singer that peruses the room singing at the top of her voice, danced with my husband...More
We had a nice seat at the front and loved the decor and general historic feel of the place. Service was great, wine list was solid and the food was pretty good if not inspired. The main downside was that there is a staff member...More