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The place was not far away from our hotel, hence, we decided to check it out since it was the only place that served food after 10pm. It is certainly more a bar that a restaurant at this time. We were given a table near...More
Stopped in for a glass of wine or two after a day of exploring and while it seemed the bartender warmed up quickly the other staff weren't welcoming. I wouldn't go back although the wine selection was good.
Frankly were I not a guest at a business dinner I would have walked out.
Truly awful service from a rude blonde waitress who should look for a job not involving people.
Awful overpriced cold food!!!
An organic omelette with truffles...,read no truffles but mushrooms...at...More
Really Slow service, okay food (but nothing crazy and without effort), more than average drinks but good decor and ambiance. I would not go back. I have been to restaurants all over the world and this is just over rated.
Very nice and cosy place, extremely helpful staff and great drinks, food and wine!
We'll definitely go here next time we're in Paris.
We hade the duck (specialty of the house) and a really nice beaujolais.
The drinks was also great, try the ginger mojito...More
A great brasserie "Parisienne" with a very friendly and effective service. The atmosphere and the setting are amazing and the food very creative, fresh and very tasty.
It is the kind of place where you really want to linger!
An unpretentious piece of heaven in...More
Went to La Belle Epoque for a late dinner on Monday night with a group of friends. The food was good, nothing special. It's rather a pricy menu. Loved the interior and the buzz in the restaurant, it seems to be the place to go...More
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