Cosy small local restaurant, decent food but very slow service. Food is done freshly on side, one can recognize that ...
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Anyone who understands food and especially French food knows that a salad with bacon and poached egg comes with warmed bacon and a freshly poached egg. Apparently they serve it there way - freezing cold out of the fridge and cooked hours before. No offer...More
Service was excellent - both waiters were very friendly and we're happy to speak French or English with us. The problem was the food. I ordered cod and it was so over cooked that it was hard. My girlfriend had duck, which was decent but...More
Our concierge recommend the Passage des Panoramas as a great area for good French food, so we took a look. We decided on L'ami Marco and it did not disappoint. It was very rustic and traditional and the staff could not have been more helpful....More
We stumbled into this little restaurant and decided to have a meal there. The restaurant is down a very nice queit gallery and is cozy inside. I chose a filet of herring and my wife a terrine. Both were good and portions were large. We...More
Located in a passage this small restaurant has delicious food, quick and friendly service,very reasonable prices.
We reached at 8pm on Friday night, no crowd, we got to choose ourselves a table, we got the corner table outside the restaurant for 3 of us. The waiter and waitress both are friendly and spoke English (the lady spoke perfect English) we opt...More
It was the most disappointing meal EVER! We reached the place around 21:15 on a Saturday night, and we noticed that no table was served. In spite of that fact, we decided to eat there... "How bad could it be?" We thought... A waitress came...More
Tucked away in a little arcade - Boulevard Montmatre - it appealed as it seemed as though a lot of the locals ate there - always a good sign! We ordered the chicken which was great and a really good Chardonnay. The Chocolate Fondant dessert...More
Off of the Boulevard Montmartre is this two story restaurant with tables pretty close together, a traditional menu, where you can eat for two for E50. The food was good, the service was good (but slow by NYC standards, acceptable for Parisian standards). The selection...More