We ordered two dishes of the menu and the starter arrived so quick. But after 1 hour waiting for the main course the served pork meat but not the filete mignon. Long time waiting for a food that never arrived.
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When I lived in Paris, this was my go-to restaurant on Sunday nights when I couldn't bear to cook. Returning two years later, it has not lost any of its charm, and the food, if anything, has improved. The restaurant itself is nice and cozy, and the waiters are kind and welcoming. The food is Mediterranean and every dish is... More
Just spent 3 hours for lunch on day shopping trip with my Parisien friend in cosy comfort enjoying the simple but authentic corsican menu. The Marais location is perfect for this little gem - off the tourist trail. Having shared a wonderful fried cheese and fig dressed salad we both had the wonderfully flavoured shredded lamb main and my corsican... More
We stumbled across this restaurant while looking for a meal near St Paul. They fitted us in despite it being full of locals having a lovely evening, and we were so glad they did. Everything from the decor (exposed brick, cool artwork) to the lovely food (gorgeous steaks, and the delicious shredded lamb dish) to the friendly and helpful staff... More
This is a wonderful restaurant run by people who are passionate about food. The service is excellent and as low key or interactive as you prefer. We had pork and potato in a light honey sauce which was sublime and callaloni which was Devine. The wine was Corsican, a wonderful selection. Our favourite restaurant this trip, will definitely be back.
Delicious, homey food. Great service. You won't want to leave this cozy, unpretentious restaurant. Try the wild boar stew, the big pork chop and especially the Corsican digestif.
We went around lunch time and it was full inside do we sat outside. It was cold but they lit the heaters. We ordered chestnut soup and wine and then was going to order the main. The soup cane in a huge plate with a tiny hole for the soup itself. The soup was cold and very uninteresting. The baguette... More
We just wanted to drink a coffee but we couldn't find any place in a cafe, so we chose this restaurant. The servers were friendly but we were told that normally you have to order two meals (we weren't hungry so we just ordered one) so we felt a little bit unwelcome. The bruschetta (ca. 9€) wasn't my taste and... More
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