After a stroll along the canal, this traditional bistro is a great place to stop in. Originally opened to receive the World Cup soccer crowds in 1998, ... More
After a stroll along the canal, this traditional bistro is a great place to stop in. Originally opened to receive the World Cup soccer crowds in 1998, it hasn't emptied since then! Good habits form quickly and die hard! Savour a coffee, a glass of good wine, or try one of the house brandies if you feel up to it. Cheese and cold-cut platters are also available until 10pm. You can expect to pay EUR2 for a beer and EUR14 for a Sunday brunch.
What a fun place for lunch! We sat at a sidewalk table, watched the boats pass through the canal and enjoyed great food and wine. The wait staff was very friendly and the food was both tasty and reasonably priced.
Make your way to the lower section of the Aerogare des Invalides and you'll be confronted by a contemporary restaurant,
which has been the favorite eating spot among politicians since the war ended. The traditional French cuisine and the ...
This restaurant in a district of old Paris serves great traditional south eastern French cuisine. Although at first glance it
appears to be aiming for a level of chic out of sync with the district's friendly, villagey atmosphere, once ...
The dishes presented here are works of art, as is the decor varnished pottery, columns, lanterns, bamboo screens and tropical
plants surround you as you feast. Mr Vong owns the place since the 1980's and he makes sure everything ...