AAA+ My absolutely favorite restaurant in Paris where you can always get those succulent Gillardeau oysters. Great service and ambience. The best location. Must go to.
1 - 10 of 101 reviews
Just been here with my family. It looks like a family restaurant. Food are very, very delicious, especially French fresh seafood. Very cozy, staf is friendly and speaks English good. Strongly recomend for French seafood lovers.
Dropped in for lunch on a Sunday whilst in the Louvre area. Just had one main course each but they were excellent. A perfectly cooked whole grilled sea bass and the ravioli with langoustines in a lemongrass sauce. Cooking was faultless, the Sancerre by the...More
Despite advertising itself as a seafood restaurant there was very little choice of seafood dishes or much else on the menu. We ordered a cold platter of prawns and shellfish which was as it looked on the picture outside the restaurant. As did the grilled...More
They have changed the menu since we were here last (two years ago when we were in Paris) and made it better! They still offer a small free appetizer of mussels in a poulette sauce, which is absolutely wonderful and really gets your appetite off...More
We dined here twice last week drawn back by the high quality and absolutely great service. It was pleasant to meet the owner, the maitre d' and his wife. The art deco interior salvaged from the SS Normandie is stunning. The Pouilly Fumé was wonderful....More
What can I say it's a very unpretentious please the small restaurant but I saw that they had fresh seafood and Brittany blue lobsters. All I can say is the scallops and the lobsters were absolutely out of this world. Probably one of the best...More
It was our first trip to Paris and this restaurant simply delighted our senses! Amazing customer service delivered by Marius and delicious sea food and wine. We will definitely recommend this place to all our friends and family and will definitely come back every time...More
After having selected a delicately scented and smooth white Pouilly which we drank as an aperitif and with our meal, a small bowl of delicious mussells appeared instead of the traditional olives or biscuits. Our starters of gambas and chèvre chaud (warm goat cheese) did...More