Fast service. Kind staff. Good food. A bit expensive but fair. I will come back next time I pass by the area.
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A nice, easygoing place in very hipster 10th area of Paris - great for breakfast or Sunday brunch. Large terrasse on a quite corner, to enjoy morning coffee, croissant or delicious hot dog
Came for the brunch on a bank holiday. Service was with a smile, food came quick and was fine for a simple bite. We had orange juice (fresh), coffee (good), fruit salad, pancake, eggs Benedict and very nice potato hash browns (home made). Recommend for...More
We wandered in here on day to get out of the rain. Very nice place, good food, fair prices, very nice staff. We had a salad, a burger, and a couple of beers. We never got back for breakfast, but the menu looked good, and...More
I walked in with my brother asking for a table for 2 to have brunch at 25euro each which is expensive. There is a blonde young lady who seems to be the hostess or waitress and she rudely told us that the place was now...More
We found this restaurant walking around the neighborhood ... The food is good and you have a lot a choice, but the restaurant is not so American...:)
Had a Sunday brunch there... As an American, the restaurant seemed more Brit than American. Food was ok, but was expecting more...syrum seemed Canadian as well (lol) Still comfy corner, friendly staff, good food Worth a go.
After taking a seat on the Terrace it took ~15M for our waitress to visit our table with menus followed by another ~20M for her to return to take our order. We ordered (2) Cheeseburgers along with a Beer and a Perrier. The Beer was...More
I have ordered the omelet meal from the menu, I think you can make better in your home, but the terrace area is fantastic
Do not eat here! The service was awful, but the food even worse. We had a salad and the spare ribs, and both were bad. The salad didn't come with eggs as promised, the chicken was dry, and don't bother ordering their so-called homemade fresh...More