Cafe Costes' superb 19th century-style decor and patio that is open in summer, keeps it pretty packed. The restaurant is located at the bottom floor ... More
Cafe Costes' superb 19th century-style decor and patio that is open in summer, keeps it pretty packed. The restaurant is located at the bottom floor of the hotel building. The food isn't extraordinary for the price but is worth a try. Try the famous Tuna Fish Steak or the Chocolate Cake. Expect to pay EUR60-EUR75 for dinner à la carte.
A historic landmark in Paris since 1890, this cafe was a favorite of many great 19th century writers and artists.
French philosopher Jean Paul Sartre always took his coffee and croissant on the terrace. These days you can drop ...
This little French bistro is located just off the Plaza. Owned and operated by a true Parisian, this restaurant uses
only the finest ingredients to produce a taste of France. For lunch, the Ratatouille Crepe is a very popular ...
This is an elegant and chic cafe situated on a quiet street, which serves traditional, international and regional food. The
restaurant is covered with a vast canopy and the service has a personal touch, which makes this brasserie popular ...