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I always get taken here by my old work-mates from an office in the 5th. It's got a lovely, homely, almost English tea-house feel to it inside.
The food is simple, excellent, fresh and good value. The things that we always major on, are the...quiches and the dessert tartes; very good.
Recommended for a quick, light-ish lunch with no fuss.More
Went there for a late lunch, place empty, it felt like we were at home. The waiter/owner was extremely friendly and nice. The food (mains) was great, very tasty and fresh. For desserts, i asked for the waiter yo bring me whatever he wants and...he got me three small samples of cakes - pear, lemon and chocolate. They were all amazing, but the lemon tart wins by a small margin. The owner even offered to email us the recipe. Overall, highly recommended.More
Living close by the little restaurant of Marc, I have the chance to stop by often to enjoy brunch or buy some freshly made salty pies or desserts.
I have never been disappointed by the ever-changing yet ever delicious menu Marc cooks for his clients...every day. The accent is put on local and great quality ingredients, served in a very cozy and homey atmosphere.
Price/quality ratio is amazing, especially if you finish brunching before 12 pm.
Marc also caters for our vegetarian, vegan, gluten intolerant and lactose intolerant friends, and does so with creativity, which is rare in Paris.
Last but not least, Marc is an amazing restaurant owner, you can truly feel he loves what he does, you have to go there to understand what I mean.
Being a Parisian resident, I could not recommend any place more in Paris for Brunch!More
Amazing food and incredibly good kind service. This is the place to go for brunch. The brunch gives you a great variety of local fresh foods. This was recommended by our Airbnb host and it did not disappoint .
Just off rue Moufftard catering to the gluten/lactose intolerant crowd....I'm so bored. The quiche/salad combo was Ok but the house white wine was atrocious, even for a Canadian who will drink almost anything. Prices are reasonable.....that's the best I can say.
We've eaten in some of the best restaurants in France and everything in between but some of the most delightful places are those that shirk pretension and have a simple charming style of their own, often frequented more by locals than tourists....Les Petits Plats de...Marc is one such place.....warm unpretentious welcome, simple menu, dishes prepared in house, filled with eye catching art works....it's a cute place you can call in for brunch, a light lunch, a coffee , whatever....delightful -merciMore
I cannot say why shops and restaurants try to be in the so called intellectual area...
Material and physical interest are not directely smuglering with books, concepts and so...
Anyway, take rest and have a tea there, the service is fair