We had a great moment eating cheese and charcuterie in a very typical Parisian environment. And guess what: it was just superb!
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When we asked at the front desk of our hotel on our first night in Paris for a nearby restaurant in a modest price range we were told to go to the Cafe de la Place. That first night was fantastic. We had wine and...More
The three of us walked in one grey Tuesday afternoon looking for a decent lunch. The Café is nice, traditional, and not too cramped. We were helped by a cheerful friendly waitress, who handed us the menus and explained the specials of the day. We...More
Cafe de la place is a old traditional place in Montparnasse. Expensive and nothing special. Only super thing is the crepes takeaway from Joseph. He got 5 stars for the best crepes in Paris. (Take care the crepes in the cafe are not from Joseph)
Surprised at the negative comments! We had a couple meals here, including breakfast. It is what I expect a Parisian cafe to be! Great coffee, enjoyed our meals and drinks. They even allowed us to try and speak our poor French, which few do.
The food is tasteless and poor quality. I The restaurant can only be described as a tourist trap. To top everything off, the waiter spilled a drink over me. We made it clear that we weren't happy with the food but the waiter simply didn't...More
This is because of places like this that parisian restaurants/cafés have such a bad reputation. It gathers all the worst clichés: awful waiters (impossible to pay a 9,5€ bill with a credit card, had to go to an ATM a block away, and the waiter...More
The service was terrible, the waiter rude. What was I expecting it's Paris? The breakfast was overpriced and not great. I would avoid and go somewhere else.