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Au Bistrot de la Montagne
Ranked #4,193 of 17,512 Restaurants in Paris
Price range: US$24 - US$96
Cuisines: French
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Dining options: Reservations
Neighbourhood: Quartier Latin
Description: In the historical Paris Latin Quarter, the restaurant Au Bistro of the mountain is at the confluence of Notre- Dame, the Sorbonne and the Pantheon. In a medieval setting of the 13th century , makes apparent stonework and wooden beams , the restaurant Bistrot In the mountains, warm and friendly , will welcome you for a business meal with friends or family, from ten people . The cuisine is classic and traditional ( coq au vin, duck confit, boeuf bourguignon ... ) , As is the wine list. The service is very professional, discreet and friendly
Reviewed 7 April 2014

Ate here in August 2013, a mature hen party we were part of a bank holiday coach trip and were talked into eating here as a group with our fellow travellers on a Sunday evening.
30 euros for a set menu (3 choices per course, 3 course dinner with wine included - lots of!) the food was amazing quality, 4 litres of wine for 7 of us (2 white 2 red), beer for the non wine drinkers, nothing was too much trouble.
And then the entertainment started: 2 musicians - singer on accordion and a guitarist - serenaded us with french classics, and as the evening took off they took requests and the entire restaurant was singing along to Delilah, The Lion Sleeps Tonight and Chanson D'Amour.
I can honestly say it was the most entertaining funny evening I have ever had, the musicians were so funny and I nearly cried when we had to leave. Highly recommended. I've looked at the website but they only seem to book groups; we'll just have to return then won't we; loved it!

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Thank RobLincoln
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charly015, Directeur général at Au Bistrot de la Montagne, responded to this reviewResponded 13 March 2015
Google Translation

Après enquête, le client n'a pas pris de repas dans notre restaurant mais dans un autre restaurant qui est voisin.
A ce que nous savons le client était d'ailleurs invité avec un menu effectivement très bon marché.
Nous ne sommes donc pas responsables.

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Reviewed 16 October 2013

It is quite challenging visiting the restaurant as a member of the group. It is not easy to provide all the people with good food in a short time. Well, thats happened in la Montagne. Good food, good vine and professional staff. Very professional.

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Thank Vinetou
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Reviewed 17 December 2012

This restaurant is only for groups, I was a guest as part of an organized travel package. It's a small cosy resto with very classic interior. During dinner, there was an accordeon player and singer who bring famous French songs in a pleasant way.

Do not expect sophisticated menu's, but the quality is remarkably higher than flunch-like resto's. I had an "all inclusive" menu including appetizer (Kirr), entree (choose from selection of cold/warm salads), main course (choose from chicken, beef, sea food, etc.), cheese course (servants pass by and let you choose from different cheeses) and dessert (choose from apple pie, chocomousse, fruit salad, etc.). Red and white table wine included à discrétion ("all-in"). And remember: in France, there is no bad wine. I don't know the price of my menu, only my tour operator knows. I guess something around 25-30 euro. Price/quality is excellent.

Only down-side: they clearly try to fill up the resto space with as many people as possible (more than 50 servings). So seating space is limited, and atmostphere can get noisy. However, the service is efficient and well organized, the staff is very friendly and attentive, and the food is well cooked, tasty and warm.

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Reviewed 11 December 2012

Went with a group of 24 to this restaurant and had a very enjoyable evening, the food was as expected for an establishment catering for larger groups but still very acceptable in standard. The staff made you welcome and both beer and wine kept coming as required. We were entertained by two guys with songs and some good humoured banter. Recommend to any group who are happy to participate with others in making an evening enjoyable!

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2  Thank White-Wolf22
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Reviewed 26 July 2012

We went as part of a coach tour group and this place caters specifically for this so the service was very prompt.It was 35 euros for three courses and and as much drink as you want.The food was nice,have a feeling the wine was watered down though! They have people entertaining you with an accordian and guitar so good for a sing song as well.Really pleasant evening.Can get a bit claustrophobic as they are cramming coachloads in so elbow room sparse.

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