Agalega

67 Rue d'Argout 75002 Paris France Map
Average price €20.00
9,2 /10
97 reviews
34 reviews

Restaurant prices

Average à la carte price
€20.00
(average à la carte price based on a two-course meal excluding drinks)

Drink prices

  • €3.00
    Half bottle of mineral water
  • €6.00
    Glass of wine
  • €21.00
    En flaske vin
  • €8.00
    Glass of champagne
  • €26.00
    Bottle of champagne
  • €2.50
    Coffee
Prices and menu can change. Those prices don't take into account any promotion and are VAT included.

How to get to the restaurant Agalega

How to get there?

  • Public transports
    Métro - Sentier (M3)

Services

  • Credit Card , Mastercard , Visa
  • Privatisable (15 maximum number of guests.)
  • Can be privatized , Continuous service , English spoken , French spoken , Open in August , Pets allowed
Excellent
9,2 /10
Only clients who have dined at the restaurant, after booking on TheFork, can leave their opinion.
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    28
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    3
Food
9,2
Service
9,5
Setting
8,9
Value for price
Interesting
Noise level
Quiet
Waiting time
Fast
6/97 reviews
Yoav C.
(1 review)
Average Rating
5 /10
Food
4
Service
6
Setting
6
  • Meal date : 16 Feb 2019
Disappointing food. Not much on offer and not very high quality. Reheated rather than cooked fresh by the barmen not a separate chef.
Megan B.
Explorer
(2 reviews)
Average Rating
5 /10
Food
2
Service
8
Setting
8
  • Meal date : 14 Feb 2019
The staff was very nice! However, the food was really disappointing. The tortilla was overcooked and the sardines came from a can and without a utensil to get them out easily. The shrimp was overcooked in a sauce that tasted like an Indian dish and not Spanish. The pimientos de patron were good - no way to mess those up! But i have to say again, we were treated so nicely and the place is very cute.
Restaurant
Thank you very much for the comments. However agalega is a mix between Mauritius island and Galicia.
May be you didn’t know that . All the product that we proposed come from Espagne and Mauritius that cost very expensive . The sardine in the can is the most famous sardine in Spain and the way we propose it’s how we need to have it. The tortilla was over cook for you we understand but people in France like that.The prawns was a creole dish that is similar to an Indian dish .
Unfortunately it confirmed that we can’t satisfy all the guest, we all have different tastes different expectations.
Anyway hope to see you can for better experience.
CONCHA ROMANO R.
(1 review)
Average Rating
10 /10
Food
10
Service
10
Setting
10
  • Meal date : 31 Jan 2019
Excelente
Marion H.
Foodie
(28 reviews)
Average Rating
10 /10
Food
10
Service
10
Setting
10
  • Meal date : 16 May 2018
Au top !
Min P.
Explorer
(2 reviews)
Average Rating
8,5 /10
Food
8
Service
10
Setting
8
  • Meal date : 13 Feb 2018
Excellent, friendly service and delicious food. Will return. Thank you for the lovely dinner!
Antonio G.
Foodie
(41 reviews)
Average Rating
10 /10
Food
10
Service
10
Setting
10
  • Meal date : 10 Feb 2018
Très très bon! Recommandé!
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