We were delighted with an ambiance, service and food!all we ordered was very tasty .our waiter was nice and very friendly !
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Le Dome is an old institution restaurant, far from the center of Paris, a beautiful decor, but there are better places. I had the Boullaves, and it was sub par; the fish were full of bones. Did like the Millfoulle.
This morning we sat down for breakfast. Fast forward 30 minutes, no one served us despite seeing us clearly ready to order. Perhaps they just don’t like Asians or they’re plain lazy. Location is perfect with the Eiffel Tower view but it’s a shame the...More
It’s Paris so I don’t expect good value for money, but at these prices it would be nice for the food and service to at least come close to the quality of the location. Unfortunately neither did, by a long way. My steak was small...More
Ten years ago we had an exquisite dinner at Le Dôme and decided to return on this visit to Paris. Once again it was a memorable experience. The venue itself is special, known not only for its Art Deco splendour but for the history of...More
With all the pump and circumstance they put you through to get you in and seated I would say our experience left lots to be desired. I have no problem paying for good food, wine and service but this experience was far from enjoyable. The...More
I was a bit worried about going to Le Dome because of the mixed reviews, but I really wanted to eat in one of the classic brasseries, so I chose it for my birthday dinner. I was not disappointed. I've always wanted to have fruits...More
This location is close to Montparnasse train station, and has been around for more than 100 years. The setting is very nice, and the food also. They have a very good variety of seafood. Wine list is good too. Convenient also if you are coming...More
It's was a wonderful experience until the manager's rude face tell us we can't take our half eaten food away. He face is really mean and as if the food we ordered belonged to him. Really unbelievable because we just don't want to waste our...More
We had been to Paris many times but always managed to miss touring Montparnasse. So, we set out with a plan to explore the area and eat at one of the famous restaurants from the 1920s era. Le Dome fulfilled the restaurant goal perfectly. We...More