We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The Tripadvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
We were struck by hunger while exploring the arrondissement and stopped in simply because it had windows open away from smokers and decent prices. Initially it was okay, service was friendly. However the food and drinks were horrible. The coffee was lukewarm and overly sweetened,...More
Because we’re fans of the French movie Amelie, we had to visit this place. Had fun checking out the place, especially the bathroom where the funny/memorable scene was shot. We ordered creme brulee and cheese board. Overall experience was pleasant. Must visit if you’re an...More
Very pretty cafe,famous for its appearance in the film Amelie.Slow,indifferent service,worst coffee in Paris - actually undrinkable - and expensive to boot.
Just have a look from the outside but don't waste your time or money going inside.
After reading some reviews was a little nervous about going here, but Amelie is a favourite of my daughter so we decided to give it a try. Although it was a busy Friday lunchtime we got seated inside very easily and ordered 4 hot chocolates...More
I have been visiting this cafe on and off for many years, long begore the film that made it famous and have always been very happy that it remained a traditional cafe with reasonable prices. That is until now. A recent visit revealed its true...More
I went here on a Saturday night for a drink with my family but we didn't get to sit down as the first waiter we came across said to us in French that we couldn't come in because this cafe was only for the French....More
Response from TrakESumisu | Reviewed this property |
As this place is a Café they don't operate a reservation service (although it might be worth asking?) generally the Café is busiest around 8-9.30am, but getting a table is not a real problem as most locals congregate... More
As this place is a Café they don't operate a reservation service (although it might be worth asking?) generally the Café is busiest around 8-9.30am, but getting a table is not a real problem as most locals congregate around the bar. You may have to wait a little until a table becomes free (we did once, for about five minutes but it gave us time to really check the place out)
After the early morning rush, it is steady - mainly tourists - until l'heure vert, when the locals return and drink their after work coffee and/or aperitifs.