This preset menu includes: main course + dessert and drinks
We waited an hour to be seated for our reservation, so this was disappointing...
Personnel attentionné, plats traditionnels de qualité, un très bon moment
The best meal we’ve had in Paris so far. Food was fresh, tasty and good quality.. The restaurant setting is special and unique. The service was good and attentive. Would certainly recommend it if you are after a unique Parisian experience particularly as we’ve found that it can be easy to eat badly in Paris!!
Francois was the most hospitable host and such a great person to meet. He made our visit wonderful. The food was amazing. The location and ambience of this restaurant is unique and special. Best meal in Paris.
Mediocre e poco interessante
Very disappointing visit. The food quality is very low for the price. The filet was a rump piece of meat that was very stringy. The French onion soup had still hard very large pieces of onions and the soup was not flavourful. We had French onion soup done the right way with a dark rich broth and almost caramelized onions. The only positive is the ambiance as the restaurant is very beautiful with Art Deco decor. I was very curious as this restaurant was featured in the film Something’s Gotta Give but the food is not worth the visit. This is what happens when the restaurant’s popularity is much bigger than the actual food. It’s not worth going.
The service was so bad & the food was just ok. It’s a beautiful place but not worth the time. We sat for 10 minutes before we finally asked for a menu. Our server seemed really bothered he had to wait on us. It was just not the experience we were expecting. We ordered the braised beef & beef fillet. The braised beef was good but don’t bother with the steak. It was cooked how I requested it but it was tough & didn’t have much flavor.
Though the place is well known and full of tourists. It retains its charm.
I lived in Paris for many years ago but this was our first trip to your restaurant. The food and service were really excellent. However, an older drunken couple from the UK came in and were seated near us and the man stripped down to a dirty old white t-shirt stretched out at the neck and riding up on his huge belly and exposing regions of his backside that shouldn’t see the light of day let alone be exhibited in civilized company. I have never seen that allowed in any restaurant. It was unsettling. Aside from that I really enjoyed the meal. Perhaps even your liberal dress code should be enforced.
Food: average, Dessert was highlight. Waiters seemed annoyed (ugh, its a Monday in January). Overpriced.
This is such a special place! We went for my birthday and I will never forget it. Dinner was delicious and the staff are amazing! I can’t wait to go back! A must when in Paris.
Terrible experience. Given menus and then ignored for 20 minutes while other people who entered after us were welcomed and given drinks, We left without ordering. Never again!
Such a great place, it never disappoints!
We booked a table at this restaurant with high expectations. They were exceeded. Staff couldn’t do enough for us, food was just fantastic, atmosphere was perfect, and even though the whole restaurant was full, you felt staff were attentive and pleased to delight you. I sat where Diane Keaton had filmed the famous scene in Something’s Gotta Give, which added to the fun! We had onion soup (best I’ve ever had), and the chicken with french fries and we chose green beans. Absolutely delicious. A special evening, in a stunning venue - thank you to the staff (including Verdi) and their patron Mr Nicolas
I am a native New Yorker. My husband and I traveled to Paris for his birthday. I chose Le Grand Colbert for his birthday dinner shamelessly because of the icon scene in one of our favorite movies...Somethings Gotta Give. To our delight the experience exceeded our expectations! Such a BEAUTIFUL atmosphere. And to top it all off we were seated directly next to what seemed to be the exact location where the famous scene was filmed. Absolutely perfect and quick service, food, wine and even a special birthday treat! An experience that is sure to become a tradition when we visit Paris!
We were four people and we ordered as main course "Le confit de canard". The meat was dry and inadequately cooked. The frog legs we ordered as starter were relatively oily. Having appeared in an american film shouldn't be the only attraction of a self-respecting restaurant.
Rude host. Bad service. Good food.
An absolutely perfect dining experience in every way.
Everything was as expected, food and wine fabulous, true French atmosphere, wait staff perfect!
Continuous service from noon to midnight (everyday)
2, Rue Vivienne, 75002, Paris, France, RestaurantAddress
Metro Bourse (M3) Pyramides (M7-M14)
"CHIC BRASSERIE - Ready for a gourmet moment filled with history in the 2nd arrondissement? With a sumptuous setting and a warm welcome, clientèle that is a bit trendy and traditional recipes, Le Grand Colbert is an must-visit Parisian brasserie.
TRADITIONAL RECIPES - À la carte? Seafood and shellfish plates, fillet of bass with olive oil or grilled salmon for marine cravings, blanquette of veal with mushrooms or kidney of veal grilled with bacon for meat-eaters missing the old-world flavors. For the sweet touch, you can partake of the profiteroles or crème brûlée.
A BIT OF ART - many galleries and theaters in the locality to nurture the spirit as well after a culinary break between friends!"
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