Good food...try the daily special...pleasant service..family atmosphere...reasonable prices... good feeling...
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Our family group of ten (five adults and five children) happened upon Beaurepaire Cafe quite by chance one evening. We had been turned away by a restaurant that appeared to take one look at our group and decide that they were fully booked! At Beaurepaire,...More
We had lunch at Beaurepaire and we loved the place (dim light, walls full of small paintings and photographs, a shelf with lots of typical Basque food in jars). The staff was helpful, especially with children. They serve Basque food and the quality is excellent:...More
First time at this restaurant and loved it. Not only were all the staff very friendly and helpful, the food was delicious. I had the veal stew and it was delicious while my friend had the duck and she loved it. Wine and bread were...More
Lovely place, we just went in for a tea and spend some time. No problems at all and the dishes looked delicious. Maybe next time.
Looking for a quaint spot for dinner -- appeared to be a cute spot w appetizing menu. W half the tables outside available they told us - no you must go inside .. these are reserved. Tables sat open for over 1 hour! And it...More
Stumbled upon this place while walking around the Notre Dame area in search of something different. We had pintxos, lomo et xingar, axoa du labourd and riz au lait and all were good. The place was packed Tuesday evening.
Rustic atmosphere and cuisine, a nice break from the heavy sauces. Be ready for the hustle and bustle at lunch time, and yet out of it comes plates prepared with precision and care -- and don't worry if you have to wait, it's worth it!