We had the all you can eat mussels and fries at almost 10$ which is a very good price. The staff is friendly and the location is practical near lafayette and shopping districts
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We were in Paris just for few days and of course we loved it. But except beautiful city, we found the eating options quite expensive but it is Paris :) Also we met with restaurant were the waiter was quite rude and looked like he...More
Tables out front are jammed tightly together and even walking between them is difficult. This forces diners inside. Orders taken quickly by very capable waiters but a long wait ensues. The restaurant’s signature dish is the moules-frites. It’s on the neon sign outside. My moules...More
We went here for a quick breakfast before heading to the Galeries Lafayette and it was very very poor. It was almost €20 for 2 breakfasts which included a baguette with butter and jam, a croissant, orange juice and a hot drink each. The price...More
We ate most of our meals at this Café. The staff were fantastic. We were warmly welcomed each time we arrived.. Meals are well priced particularly breakfast.
The tables are extremely small and very very close together. The restaurant is extremely busy at lunchtime but manages to provide good service and food. There is a great authentic atmosphere as office works take their lunch. Try the moules and fites (11 euros) -...More
Situated near both Au Printemps and the Gallerie Lafayette this establishment is probably busy any day of the week with not only shoppers, tourists but local business people as well. The three floors were all pretty well full when we arrived for lunch on a...More
When in Paris....all the office workers nearby pack the upstairs and create a Parisian masterpiece of sound and vision.