Good, fresh food, well cooked and definitely worth a re-visit. Sauce with the raviole de saumon was nice and light and the lentils in the salad were filling and well seasoned.
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We both started with the onion soup - which was fantastic! I had the octopus salad and my friend had the Cesar salad. Both were fantastic. The vibe inside was fun and lively!
Probably the gastronomic highlight of our recent Paris trip. Sat outside in glorious sunshine ( whilst some locals queued for a table ) and enjoyed an exquisite marinated tuna - Tartare Thon - on a bed of avocado. The texture and taste were memorable and...More
I've lived in Paris for 3 months and had the opportunity to go many places. This place has a very good menu, great starters, tartares and carpaccio. Everything is fresh and correct. The drinks are very good and much better and creative than many bistros...More
This is an authentic bistro, with a lovely atmosphere and a charming 'artistic' interior and friendly staff. Didn't see the mouse one reviewer was referring to; but our 18 euro 2 course menu was fresh, imaginative and delicious. We both had the mussels with leeks...More
That was my worst food experience I ever had in a restaurant. As we have been waiting for our food I saw a mouse in the restaurant, it was next to my foot and ran under my chair/sofa. Oh my god!! I couldn't believe it!...More
My husband and I nice an easy, nice, french meal at this cafe after walking the Luxembourg Gardens. Staff was friendly and although we sat outside, the decor inside was chic with rich colors and interesting art on the walls.
I went here with some colleagues, dinner was ok, the tartare was actually very good but the wine we drunk was not worth the price. On balance, an average place to eat. The service was good, in particilar the waitress was very nice with our...More
This is a lovely restaurant but if you opt for the fixed price menu I would say that portion sizes are definitely smaller. I had the chicken with salad for main (no starters) - this was nicely cooked but it was buried under a mountain...More