Excellent deal for 28eur menu: proper French cuisine in a nice traditional setting. The location in the heart of the 7eme is also a plus!
Our hotel Pullman Tour Eiffel had recommended Le Suffren to us during our stay in Paris this past week. We enjoyed every single entree we had ordered. The waiters and waitresses speak English and can assist you with your selections.
On Ave de la Motte Picquet are many eateries, and all are often full with locals. Le Suffren is our choice for breakfast for one reason: it includes a bowl of fruit salad. I'm sure the other places' brekkies are as good, but we haven't seen fruit elsewhere, included in the meal. Great coffee, croissants and baguette, eggs too, for... More
You sit cheek-by-jowl with other customers in this typical French brasserie – but the food is impeccable and the prices good value – if they are offering their set menu. Portions are on the large side. A long-standing Paris institution, still good.
Rude waiter from the very beginning.Slow to take our order and bring food . We finally ordered tarte tatin after a very ordinary meal. The dessert was horrible! Microwaved, soggy and tasted like molasses apples on a paper towel instead of pastry. When we could not get our check, we stood up and walked near the door. Another waiter politely... More
Two travel-weary, english-speaking customers received friendly, thoughtful service and enjoyed an excellent meal.
This is a great restaurant in a good location. Option of inside or outside usually full of lively locals but genial. The food is always of high quality and service is good. I have been visiting this restaurant for around 14 years and have never been disappointed.
My husband and I found Le Suffren while walking around. It was busy when we arrived but we were able to be seated right away. We sat in the outdoor section. The food arrived very quickly. I had the veal and my husband had the duck. Both were delicious. The potatoes au gratin were excellent too.
I have been visiting this place for over 20 years and it never disappoints. It has risen from a modest brasserie to a more upmarket ambience. ( we used to dine on rickety tables outside next to the oysters). It still produces fabulous food for a very modest price. My oysters were creamy and superbly flavoured, the St Jacques accompanied... More
Convenient location. Went with a group of 6 for dinner on a weekday, it was busy and the atmosphere was lively. Everyone enjoyed their meal and thought the food was formidable.
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