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The place was busy and buzzing so we thought it would live up to expectations. This was not to be. On the plus side my colleague and I were found a table very quickly and we settled down putting our coats and bags on the...More
Date of visit: February 2019
Thank Carolyn H
brasserieparis, Responsable commercial at Le Bouillon Chartier, responded to this reviewResponded 2 days ago
Dear Carolyn H,
Thank you for taking the time to write this review.
The Bouillon Chartier, which exists since 1896, is one of the oldest canteens in Paris. We offer simple dishes, good prices but good qualities, prepared mainly with fresh products. Sharing table, water...More
If you’re in the Paris area, enjoying an up-this-point lovely visit and want your last dining experience to be vile, confrontational and a waste of money, the Bouillon Chartier is the place to be. Through reviews, we were all expecting a long deserved big fancy...More
honestly don’t ever write bad reviews however felt obligated after being served with dirty glasses, rubber like mayo, DISGUSTING chicken and rushed us out within minutes of finishing. so many better places to eat in paris so please avoid!
I visited with my two children and a friends and her children. We arrived just before 12 and there was no queue. The building is just beautiful, my kids were very impressed.
We ordered steak and roast chicken and one had bolognese pasta. It was...More
The service was disappointing; our waiter wasn’t friendly and quite rude at times. We asked for bread and he took bread off of another table and gave it to us claiming it was “fresh”. My husband and I complained and he brought us a new...More
This restaurant is fairly cheap for a central French restaurant but has bad food. I had much better food at an ordinary bar-restaurant near my hotel. The décor is attractive (traditional dark wood) but they seat other people at your table. You can just ignore...More
yes you have to wait in line but it moves quickly..I like to share a able with locals..more interesting and you might learn something new. Try any of the specials...they are all good. Ask the waiter for suggestions...Share plates.. Not expensive
Not a top-tier restaurant. Don't expect very fine, fancy dinning. Tableware is old and not shiny. Quite crowded. You must share your table with other guests during peak hours. Serving speed is fast. The staff is not very friendly but good-mannered. The food tastes OK...More
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I do not think they even take reservations. Get there early as its is very popular, well-priced...decent food and touristy...in the best sense. ask to be seated upstairs...you may be sharing your table but it is worth it... More
I do not think they even take reservations. Get there early as its is very popular, well-priced...decent food and touristy...in the best sense. ask to be seated upstairs...you may be sharing your table but it is worth it. You have a good view of the very large noisey diningroom below and are above the fray. The waiter will take your order and write it on your table cloth! delightful experience!