Quirky faded art deco cafe, this makes me feel like home. Great food, friendly service, the tables are packed tight as expected in Paris.
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The design and architecture of this bistro is just stunning. We stopped of on a Saturday night for a plate of meat and cheeses with a demi bottle of red. The service was friendly and relaxed the atmosphere was cool. Come here to chill take...More
Le Bistro du Peintre is actually a beautiful art deco space catering to date night for the single people of the 11th and 12th Arrondissements. It was fun looking at all the couples, deciphering which ones were actually having a good time. Some times the...More
It’s only too easy to understand why this 1902 art nouveau café-bistro is such a popular haunt for locals and those tourists lucky enough to discover its superb and surprisingly affordable cuisine, served all day by attentive waiting staff beneath ornately decorated ceilings and architraves....More
5 for dinner reserved. No problem nice table in amazingly preserved art nouveau restaurant. Decor and ceiling paintings are sublime woodwork and accessories also excellent. Fantastic Pannier champagne at great price typical bistro fare well executed tasty and copious. Desserts huge. Prices reasonable come with...More
I was on holiday with my two adult daughters. We had been out all day and we had been advised by our Air BnB hostess to eat here. We are so glad we did because we had some of the best French food ever! We...More
The atmosphere was great! The wait staff were funny and adorable. The wine was affordable and delicious, and the food did not disappoint. The cafe itself is dripping with ORIGINAL Art Nouveau decor, it was a treat to enjoy dinner here with friends.
We had dinner in Le Bistrot du Peintre in September 2017. It is an authentic bistrot dating back to the early 20th century and is located in the Bastille district. The bistrot offers both a lively outdoor seating area and more subdued interior seating in...More
I visited with an old friend (vegetarian) and had a great lunch here. The interior is to be seen to be believed - very art deco, Gaudi-esque. Food is basically the traditional French hearty staples done very well. My buddy took a penne with vegetables,...More