The waiter doesn't speak one word of english, constantly speaking french not understanding nothing we ask. The meals were poor, ambience same and toilettes disgusting. Although it's not a 'fancy' restaurant the hygiene should always be top.
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Rather than eat in the expensive Montmartre area, we took the funicular down and found this lovely eating establishment. We just wanted a simple lunch and ordered a couple of sandwiches, with beer and wine. They were tasty and for Paris, reasonably priced so we...More
Looking for somewhere to eat after visiting the Basilique up top, decided to come here since the menu looked decent and there were plenty of people in the restaurant. The owner obviously could tell we were tourists and tried very hard to be very friendly,...More
We stopped in here for lunch one day on our way to La Grande Epicierie. I ordered the Croque Monsieur and my husband ordered the Croque Madame. OMG!! These were absolutely delicious!! They also came with a little side salad, with a yummy dressing. The...More
I went here twice in a row, first with a friend and the next day for lunch on my own. Both times, we were greeted cordially and were made to feel part of the regular crowd. When I find myself in Paris again I will...More
We tried this place while we waited for one our of group to visit Sacre Couer and we were pleasantly surprised! Two of the party had croquet monsieur and I had the ham and egg salad with a side of fries. All meals came with...More
had breakfast there one morning, staff very friendly spoke English, food was very nice i had a omelette, croissant tea and orange juice. Tea was very nice. The place was near where we were staying.
I was there around 5:30 t & they told me I could only have a sandwich. Dinner wouldn't be available until later. I had wanted the Basque chicken so I settled for a jambon (ham) sandwich. It was made with a dried ham, I'm not...More