This restaurant is close to the Opera and has a great atmosphere Service is excellent and the quality of the food and wine is good The menu has a good range of choices and is good value Wine is reasonably priced
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This was the last restaurant we visited during our short tour of the best "art deco" restaurants in Paris. The place is surprisingly beautiful, but what surprised me more was the quality of the food. By far the best we had among all these "historical"...More
I write in English to warn people with these fakes menus. It's NOT representative of French food, or service, and I love gastronomy. Some servers don't smile, are able to answer not correctly, and it's too expensive for what you eat. Try an other restaurant,...More
Great restaurant and service tonight with very fresh and excellent seafood. Waiting staff very friendly and professional and understood our needs very well in regards to eating before the cinema. Highly recommended restaurant in this area I have eaten there many times before.
While this restaurant looks very upscale and formal and is quite pricy (not necessary when it comes to the food, but especially for drinks), we loved the decor and the food. My wife and I had eaten too much in the days prior to our...More
Duck is an specialty and the French do a great job with this recipe...with a previous pate de gras...is a perfect combination for a dinner. This I will recommend to any one going to Paris.
Service is average. Seafood is very good, especially the oysters. But....STAY AWAY FROM MEAT! I ordered an "entrecôte" and it was horrible. I could not eat it; it was mainly tendons, tough and flavorless. We tried to talk to the Maître and he was nowhere...More
Came based on local friend’s recommendation. Onion soup was very uneven. Mine hardly had any onions and another’s had too much. Soup stock was very watery. Rib eye was a bit tough but the beef fillet was cooked right on temperature asked and was good....More