Don’t know if they are supposed to be slow in this cafe , Waiters take time to come , some times you hardly find one near , maybe it’s a “ give customers privacy “ thing. Food is good , they have a house cat...More
1 - 10 of 68 reviews
I decided to try this Brasserie because it was in easy walking distance of my hotel, and it was raining. Inside the decor was quite attractive and the staff was very pleasant. I decided to try their roast chicken and a quinoa salad with fresh...More
Close to l'arc de triomphe, this elegant restaurant offers delicious and some less common meals such as pumpkin soup. Staff is helping and speaking French and English.
Hi, Thanks you for your message. Ha ve a great day.
Not an awful lot to say really, La Belle Armee is very bo-bo (sorry ar** hipsters) cafe in Paris where people seem to come to be seen as part of their peers...of bo-bo. The service is both cold and arrogant, which really does not help...More
Overpriced and very average food. The waiter was arrogant and rude. When I was paying with cash he actually asked if I wanted the nine euros change This was our worst experience in a near three week trip to France which was mostly wonderful. Not...More
We did not want to stay in the Champs Elisees for diner ( too touristic and often over priced) and walked to Av Grande Armee behind Arc of Triumph. We found La Belle Armee; they have a heated terrace. Service was perfect with a very...More
Four friends celebrating a birthday on the same day that a 14 year old threw home made bombs with acid on to the terrasse ! Fortunately we were indoors and no-one was injured. The staff handled the incident professionally bringing all guests indoors and we...More
This restaurant is in a fantastic location and offers the incredible service that I've often found in many Parisian restaurants. The food was superb, I had no complaints whatsoever. There's a wide range of food to choose from and a comprehensive daily special menu. Overall...More
This restaurant is terribly overpriced. We paid 105 Euros for 4 small spring rolls, a Caesar salad, a "lamb rack" and 2 medium sized draught beers. The lamb rack (which was the most expensive dish) were 4 TINY cutlets. The beers were 10 euro each....More
It used to be called La Grande Armée. Then changed owner and became La Belle Armée. Used to be good. Went there this week end and it has changed. The famous escalope milanaise became dry and smaller, while price went up fast to €30. Worse,...More