Spicy is a testament to a great family dining experience. A non-smoking area, entertainment for children, a terrace, and ... More
Spicy is a testament to a great family dining experience. A non-smoking area, entertainment for children, a terrace, and private parking are some of the services offered. Animals are also allowed. The varied menu will keep everybody satisfied. Be sure to try the Sunday brunch.
The food was wonderful! I just happened to pass by and decided to try the food. Paris isn't known for spicy food, so the name intrigued me because I looove spicy food. It wasn't spicy per se, but it was very flavorful. Service was very good. The waiter recommended a delicious white wine to go with my meal (I like red wine), and I was not disappointed. Dessert was very delicious. I've been to Paris seven times and have eaten at expensive restaurants, cafes, and street vendor food. Nothing compares to Spicy. I can't wait to go back.
This restaurant is located very close to the Champs-Elysees. The decor is made of light-colored wood and looks like a provencal garden reflecting the cuisine.
The food is not spicy but flavored with a mediterranean touch.
And most of all, the value is very good for the area : around 40 euros for a good meal. The best is probably their home made soft warm chocolate cake.
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