My husband and I had been there ones eating this Duck numered their said is special and I had visit their cellar down stares where was just for special people kinda cool , I saw some pictures there , like VIP people eat there in that place separate of others...Popular withLuxuryFoodiesHistory
When Le Nemrod is good, it's very good, but there's a 50% chance you'll arrive on a day when Le Nemrod is quite bad, which makes this an impossible restaurant to make-up one's mind about, because it is never as one remembers it. Nemrod has literally become an expression that gets used in my family, to describe something that one ...
A brilliant and very French restaurant in the Commerce area of Paris. It's a lovely building with a high glass ceiling, the menu and the staff are very French but don't let that put you off :) The steak was fabulous and the desserts were to die for. If you want to go on a Friday/Saturday you do need to ...
Wonderful bistro at the end of an "L" shaped street that meets Rue de Rivoli, Lescure is a very traditional restaurant where the eating quarters are cramped, waiters brash but fun, environment cozy, and the food absolutely delicious! On warm nights, diners may chose to eat outside in front of the restaurant. What a wonderful dining experience here!
La Fourmi is the kind of authentic-looking, trendy, bar experience in the Montmartre neighborhood that you were looking for, but found so little of (O'Sullivans?). It is frequented by artsy musician types and their pretty hangers-on, and is ideal in the spring and summer, when you can sit outside and people watch.Popular withTrendstersNightlifeLocal
I never, never eat at places that are directly on a plaza or piazza, at least a main one, as a rule. So if I hadn't been waiting for someone at the nearby theater and needed wifi, I wouldn't have tried Malakoff, and it would've been too bad. The salad I ate was abundant and delicious and about right price-wise ...
Had the fixed menu for lunch which was an entree and main for 16 euros. Drinks were expensive (fruit juice for 4 euros!!!), but the food was excellent. I had the starter of ham and melon and the main of roasted lamb and potatoes. It was delicious! A great up-and-coming area and a cafe worth trying out.
Do not, I repeat, DO NOT go here. We stopped in after running around all day. It was near Les Halles and NOTHING else was open. The server was nasty and stood around with his arms folded, staring at us. We ordered frankfurters, because it was about all we could afford at the moment and we figured you can't really ...