This is a great place to have a good raclette and fondu. The atmosphere is very nice and the waiters are friendly. We enjoyed a lot our dinner with a group of friends
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By a very very cold evening we were starving to eat a fondue. And we found this restaurant as we were passing by. We were asked to make a reservation. When we came, the restaurant was already very busy and it was full in the next 30mn. So a very popular place. The service is very friendly and fast. The... More
Good experience, nice and friendly service, good atmosphere e great food! Love the fondue! If you dont book a table probably you will wait to get one but it's worth it!
The restaurant was very busy and it is best to book a table in advance, as it is a quiet tiny little place in a popular area of Paris. We got lucky that they could take us in for 1,5h without reservation. The atmosphere was very young and cool with a mix of tradition. Customer service was excellent, they all... More
Lovely Raclette. Big portion of Raclette with charcuterie for 16€ (although individual doses, 2 people can share the same and ask for a smaller second plate). Staff friendly, nice space and environment and delicious food. Highly recommended.
I do like this place! It is small and not visible from big street, but if you find it, you will not regret! Each table has its own burner, so you can melt you raclette and fondue directly on your table. They do not have english menu and their menu is not very variable, but what they have is enough.... More
My friend told me that I had to try raclette when I go to Paris. The term raclette derives from the French word racler, meaning "to scrape," a reference to the fact that the melted cheese must be scraped from the unmelted part of the cheese onto the plate. We went to les Fondus De La Raclette based on a... More
The waiters are always very friendly which makes it a wonderful experience. The fondue savoyarde is delicious! Always busy, a good sign!
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