They had 2 options for breakfast - we both chose the larger breakfast with eggs and bacon. It was good and nicely presented. Price was decent for the area.
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My son was very excited to try this brightly coloured concoction. It was a fairly average place to go but the waitress was incredibly lovely.
Nice place. We arrived late with famille with kids (14-16) which was not the « normal » audience for this time, they welcomed us nicely. The food is simple but very well cooked. Main portions are quite big and by far ok for 1 person. Would rather...More
We came across this interesting bar as we walked around the Louvre area of Paris. After a lot of walking we were ready for a break and although not cheap (as expected in this part of the city) the beer was good and came with...More
Most recent visit 4.8.17. Having fled the unfriendly confines of Le Garde Robe nearby (see review), La Taverne was a welcome and friendly escape. It makes the impression more of a proper dive bar than French cafe, which can be a nice change of pace....More
Our group of 6 was a little large for upstairs so they sat us in the cellar, which was a really interesting room with stone walls but a little musty - you can tell the building is really old. The food and wine were delicious...More
We went there with my mother for a quick lunch: service is fine and friendly. The waitress was welcoming and smiling. The food was really so so: avoid de onion soup: it was not cooked properly and tasted like hot water with raw onions. The...More