Had fresh croissant with coffee in this typical French cafe. Probably the best croissant I had in my whole trip. We couldn't try anything else since we were bit early and the restaurant was not open yet for meals.
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This is a great cafe for a weekend brunch, sit outside and enjoy what passes by in south Pigaille. The service is great and friendly and the food is good.
Went for early dinner one hot July evening and asked for a table - "will you be eating?" asks the waitress - of course we will... However we were tempted by the tapas and when ordering, the waitress crossly replied that we would only be...More
If you are feeling a bit weary after walking around all day in Paris this place is a lovely option. It is little bit out of the way but its set up is worth the walk. The food is ok, the happy hour deal is...More
My initial fears that having its name in English would make this a tourist trap were quickly calmed, and we settled down to have delicious meals. My wife and I both devoured our lasagne, and my mother really enjoyed her Thai chicken and avocado dish....More
Typical corner cafe in a residential neighborhood in the 9th Arr. Indoor and plenty of outdoor space. Almost all locals-a great mix of young and older groups, singles and couples. Simple menu items-do not expect Michelin Star dishes-the charcuterie and cheese was excellent and reasonably...More
23 May, 2015. The No Stress Cafe is interestingly named, and was a short walk from the place of residence, the Grand Hotel de Turin. The outside ambience is nice, and the service, prompt. The title was a draw, with the food not too bad....More