The restaurant, close to the cafe of the same name, offers simple cooking, in the traditional Italian style, so you are sure to find all of the ... More
The restaurant, close to the cafe of the same name, offers simple cooking, in the traditional Italian style, so you are sure to find all of the classics: pasta, carpaccio, and tiramisu, to name just a few. Le Tresor is usually very crowded, with a young vibrant ambiance, so we recommend that you book ahead to make sure you get a table. Brunch on Sunday. You should expect to pay around EUR30 à la carte.
The interior is decadent and luxurious, with red velvet seats and a variety of armchair-type seats. Unfortunately they do have a couple of smaller tables for 2 which are fairly cramped, although this is the norm in most French eateries! The waiters were attentive without being overly so, and all of them were male and extremely good looking- but unfortunately for the ladies they were gay. The cuisine is contemporary french/ italian- the quality was excellent, and the portions bigger than average. The surrounding are intimate, relaxing, and very french- I highly recommend it!
You are bound to admire the decorative works of this place. There is no way anyone can ignore the historical
significance of the restaurant. Bask in the aura of the rich tradition as you wait for your meals. And ...
Welcome to wine and delicatessen lovers. You must not miss out on this warm and hearty wine bar whose owners
hold something beyond friendliness in store for you. You can sample wine by the glass, but also have a ...
This is a very popular place in the intellectual chic quarter of St. Germain Des Pres. Its legendary terrace was
the meeting point for great writers and thinkers staying in Paris. Ernest Hemingway, regularly propped up the bar, and ...