Cuisine simple. Excellent accueil
brunch très sympa, serveur adorable, on reviendra !
Perfect location - so close to Louvre and Palais Royal, yet really nice and... not crowded! Wide choice of wine and coctails but the food is also good (camembert salad is a must). The only negative experience was that no matter how long we kept asking, we couldn't get us seated at the table we wanted, even though the place was was pretty much empty when we came at 7:00pm (probably just a one-time misunderstanding with the staff, but made our evening less enjoyable :/)
Tasted good, and we left with a full stomach. We had to wait a long time before we got the bill, after asking for it.
Awesome service and food.
Tried all the usual suspects: onion soup, snails, foie gras. Also beef tartar and pasta with truffles. Everything was very delicious! Sitting outside on a mild summer evening was great. Sophie, our waitress, made our evening very pleasant.
Our concierge recommended Le Cafe Blanc and we loved it. The atmosphere and service and food were all outstanding. We plan on returning several more times during our visit. Many more items on the menu sound worth trying. This is a highly recommended cafe.
A lot of the hot buffet food was actually cold, but otherwise there were a ton of options for brunch and the drinks were good.
Tres bon et tres bon Marche.
Great service! Merci!
Bon mais sans plus
Excellent Brunch et personnel très attentionné
Very kids friendly and very nice staff.
Great service and averge food
Great people and food
Great food and service - if ever back in Paris will definite come here again. Loved it!
Very nice experience. We were welcomed even though we arrived 2 hours early for our reservation. Food and staff were excellent. Would recommend.
Lovely bistro for a warm evening sat outside. Enjoyed rigatoni with truffle, Parmesan cream and Parma ham. Good quality and value. Excellent professional and friendly staff.
I visited here with my family after visiting the Louvre which is a 4 minute walk away. It was very busy when we got there at 2pm and it took a long time to order a drink while we looked at the menu. The atmosphere is ok, the occasional bad smell from a drain by us was unpleasant and the staff put a mat over it which helped. We ate fois gras which was delicious and then the salmon tartar and beef tartare which we shared. The salmon tartare was ok, more small chunks of salmon than tartare but the beef tartare was awful. The texture was over minced and had so much Worcestershire sauce in it it was orange and overpowering. The children had bavette steaks which ch they really enjoyed. Would I eat here again, no. I would walk for another 10 minutes and go back in the direction of Place Magdalene where there were some lovely bistros in the surrounding streets.
Plenty of space. We were 8, with various kids, large room upstairs. Very friendly and good quality.
Had a pleasant dinner in a typical cozy French cafe with better than typical food. The escargots were wonderfully plump and delicious served in their shells. The duck and lamb shoulder mains were both very good with large portion sizes. Combined with a 1/2 liter of Burgundy, we enjoyed ourselves very much.
While the food was okay and the Art Deco ambience nice, the vibe was slightly off, possibly due to a visible annoyance of the staff when they realised we were only having one dish each + wine.
Good food in a welcoming atmosphere. Lovely staff.