I was looking forward to coming here after I read the reviews. The restaurant is called Comptoir and serves all kinds of toast and jam. Service was good nice and quiet but €25 for toast jam and tea was a lot to pay.
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This is a worthwhile place for lunch, next door to and owned by Poilane Bakery, featuring open face sandwiches (tartines) on Poilane Bread at reasonable prices. It is also in a wonderful area to browse the shops.
We rarely eat at our hotel when in Paris unless it is included.We like the morning walk, and alternatives. Bakery Paul is always good and inexpensive however Cuisine De Bar offers bread from Poulaine with homemade preserves and even soup for breakfast.Pastries such as the...More
We've been here several times in past years and always enjoyed the experience: the sandwiches, which are made with delicious Poilane bread (they own the place and the bakery is right next door) or their soups were always wonderful. Not so this time. The sandwiches...More
We stopped by this tartine shop in August after seeing it featured on "The Barefoot Contessa," and it being August, and it being France, the restaurant was closed with no notice on their website. We came back two weeks later, on a Sunday in September,...More
We noticed the tartines as we stopped in for a cafe crema prior to our "Paris by Mouth" food tour, so we returned the next day to try them ourselves. The Jambon combo (soup or salad, wine or sparking water, included) which was delicious. The...More
I heard about this restaurant from the famous chef and cookbook author, Ina Garten. She raves over the bread from Poilane's, and this restaurant is just next door, and uses their bread. My husband and I had the mozzarella, tomato, basil tartine (open face sandwich,...More
What a disappointment. Service, while seemingly well intended, was terrible. They couldn't be more disorganised. The food was mediocre at best. How can you burn your bread when that is what your establishment is promoting (Poilane)?! Had to ask for things multiple times and still...More