4 based on 124 reviews
This is "Cuisine du MarchÃ©", Essentially French standards but prepared with an attention to detail that is really deceptive, it looks simple, but everything is freshly made by a chef who has worked in Michelin starred restaurants. Generally a choice of 3 starters, and 3 mains? and a limited choice of dessert (not their strong point)?You won't find better value for money than this.
4 based on 207 reviews
We went to this restaurant for a birthday with extremely high expectations and we were not disappointed !We ordered the 5-course tasting menu for 37â¬/pp (we recommend if you dare let yourself be guided by the chef). Each course was better than the previous one. The wine menu offers a large selection and the waiters will help you choose according to the meal you're having. The only downside that you're sitting on high stools and it can get uncomfortable if you have back pain.Overall, we absolutely recommend this restaurant !
4 based on 152 reviews
Located in the neighborhood of Montmartre, in the lively Rue Ramey, la TraversÃ©e is a "bar Ã manger" where you will always find the finest wines, good beers and a seasonal and inspirative cuisine. For lunch, our formule will include few entrÃ©es, mains and
We were recommended this restaurant by someone who had lived in the area, and it did not disappoint. The food was incredible, wonderful flavors, amazing combinations of flavors and food, wonderful wine and beer, of course wonderful baguettes, and friendly service. They accommodated us as vegetarians and the chefs cooked something off the menu for us (we were also speaking French to them, which may have helped). We went back here several times. If you are in Montmartre, do visit!
4 based on 316 reviews
I booked this in advance and really wanted to like it but I wish we had gone somewhere else. The two stars are for the onion soup starter, which was good. I then had the filet mignon de porc sauce aux noix which was â¬26 - the pork was as tough and dry as old leather and the sauce oversalted and tasteless. My partner's mÃ©daillons de boeuf sauce cognac at â¬36 was equally overpriced - really salty and no hint of cognac. We didn't get desserts as they were so expensive and we were not confident they'd be worth it. The place seemed to be full of tourists. I wouldn't return. The next evening we just went to the first brasserie that we found, Le Poncelet on Ave Wagram, and it was much better value for money: great lamb shank. Go there instead.
5 based on 141 reviews
The restaurant Source Infinie is the birth of a collaboration between father and son. Philippe and Alex's determination to make great food and good wine affordable for all comes from a family aspiration. The opening of their gourmet brasserie marks a retu
Lovely staff. Meal was great. Nine dishes to choose from either small or large. Tuna Hawaiian very tasty. Beef and duck cooked perfectly. Good wine selection. Highly recommend. Thanks a lot for your great comment, we are glad you have had great time at Source Infinie restaurant, and that you liked the Tuna, beef and duck! Hope to see you during your next trip to Paris! Source Infinie team
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