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Visited while in Paris for a few days.
First of all the table they gave us for 4 adults was really small we were quite cramped, but they couldnt move us.
Food was just standard hatd rock grub. We tend to get the same everywhere...More
We ate here on Saturday 11th August and loved it! We shared chicken tenders to start then my boyfriend had the Grand Boulevard burger and I had the steak, they'd run out of broccoli but comped me with a Caesar salad and it was lovely!...More
Really nice hard rock café with a lot of space, inside and also outside. It may seem a bit expensive, but the drinks and the food are really big in proportion. There's a lot of choice on cocktails, with and without alcohol. The food is...More
I’ve been to Hard Rock Cafe in Munich, in Brussels and in Rome, but it was a wonderful experience in Paris. So adorable interior. So nice personnel. We’ve been served by Lavinia who was so nice and friendly to us. And she’s hot!! My mark...More
Me and my girlfriend visited your cafe on the 1st of august.We sat outside and ordered two burgers and nachos.
As I remember the name of our waiter is Israel or something the same.
Only half an hour later he brought us the nachos....More
We have been lucky enough to dine at maybe 15 HRC’s around the world and we booked this for our first night in Paris.
We had booked in advance and were seated fairly promptly but it went downhill from there.
It took over an hour...More
+ The Def Leppard guitar
- Having booked a table in the early evening, we then turned up to find that our table was not ready and had to wait a further 45 minutes before we were taken to our table
On our Europe trip after having visited HRC Helsinki and HRC London we had decided to end our vacation in Paris HRC for my Birthday - WRONG ANSWER. My husband , 9 month old baby and me visited hrc Paris with great birthday celebration expectations...More
The neighborhood around Opéra and Bourse is a belle époque paradise of grand boulevards, refined arcades, and mass-market art-nouveau entertainment. Here, modern day workers continue to take advantage of the legacy that nobility and finance left in the 19th century. Brightly-lit brasseries, theaters, and cinemas sit side by side with French bistros predominating in one area and Japanese restaurants in
another. The area is most famous for the Palais Garnier opera house and glamorous department stores.
We stayed pretty close to the Eiffel Tower and I can't say for sure but we used Uber and it took a while to get there. Definitely, too far for walking. Uber was super cheap all over Paris but I understand they are having... More
We stayed pretty close to the Eiffel Tower and I can't say for sure but we used Uber and it took a while to get there. Definitely, too far for walking. Uber was super cheap all over Paris but I understand they are having issues now. It's a shame because it was our first time using them and I was amazed at the efficiency and low rates.