If you are looking for a great combination of atmosphere and fresh tasty food -this is the place! All the plates are tapas so you can share them super easily if you are coming with a group of friends, like we did. The wine is natural or bio, also a big plus since we love it; you had a lovely choses of the bottles. Will definitely come back.
Restaurant that serves Blue Lobsters - more eco-friendly and the taste!!!! so much better than the canadien lobster's one. The atmosphere is very friendly, the interior design is magical, you feel like being inside the real boat. All of the products are super fresh and delicious! For sure not to miss when in Paris.
Très bon lobster roll
the pricing after discount still very expensive. the oyster was not fresh. the lobster roll and lobster are very expensive. the menu is not friendly for foreigner.
Loved the food, was exactly what we expected. Prices are fair in my opinion. Loved the lobster roll Helpful staff, english speaking manager really friendly, came and explained to us the menu. Would go back
We were passing by the street and saw this interesting place with a range menu of tapas. We started with the specialty or the restaurant - Lobster roll, which was « délicieux » as French say:) and we werede obliged to continue with 3 more dishes since all of the food that was passing by us to the other tables looked and smelled super good! Definitely will come back !!
Excellent atmosphere, very detailed oriented, a must with a real touch authenticity! If you happen to crave for a great seafood experience in a very intimate place, this is to place to go!
Not the first time I am coming back to this restaurant! The atmosphere is always amazing, the service is super efficient and excellent. A lot of choices from the Tapas menu, always has something new to try, nevertheless never get disappointed with the same dishes that we have already tried - always delicious! Don't miss this place if in Paris.
Honnetement, restaurant style fast food très décevant, excessivement cher.
En formule tapas le soir. Bon mais pas extraordinaire à part le tarama et le lobster roll.
The Lobster Bar it's a little independent business where the owner is serving your food and help with an excellent advice. It's one of those little hidden places you would easily miss if not for the online recommendation. Now the food...oh the food! Fresh, very well cooked with traditional French approach (lot's of wine, butter, French fries and delicious baguettes to dip in!). Seriously rare find with very good prices. I can not recumbent it enough!
We had a wonderful lunch at Lobster Bar. The service was curtious and attentive and the food was excellent . The dishes are similar to tapas sizes and perfect for sharing. Our favourite dishes were the razor clams , oyster tempura and the advocado and crevette salad. A must visit you and your taste buds will not be disappointed.
Very friendly, the fried oysters are to die for, will be back
Excellents tapas de la mer !
What a wonderful find! Family-friendly casual tapas bar knocked our socks off. The half lobster was delicately flavored, the lobster roll was like no other we’ve ever had (and we’re from New England!). The plate of mussels were light and sweet. The two types of tempura fried oysters that had an amazing crunch and the avocado shrimp were a nice treat. And oh my god — the desserts! Again, delicately flavored but rich. Key lime pie, the ganache (which was like a chocolate mousse) and this fantastic light and creamy “nothing tart” was the perfect way to cap off the dinner. This is a hidden gem worthy of repeated visits.
Great place to chill first evening back from holidays. Amazing concept and excellent execution.
Fantastic seafood of a very high quality at a great price. The service was great and the ambience was quirky but we liked it. We would definitely come again.
Déjeuner : 12h à 14h (sauf lundi)
Dîner : de 19h30 à 22h (sauf dimanche et lundi)
41 Rue Coquillière, 75001, Paris, France, RestaurantAddress
Palais Royal - Musée du Louvre (M1, M7)
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Parking Croix des Petits Champs (165m)
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PREMIER BAR À HOMARD DE PARIS – Mathieu Mercier, grand amateur de homard, a ouvert son restaurant rêvé, entièrement consacré aux crustacés, mais surtout au homard de Bretagne. Le sandwich au homard breton est tout simplement divin, de même que la galette de tourteau.
TAPAS DE LA MER – Découvrez aussi des petits plats de tarama, de bar de ligne et une exceptionnelle soupe de coques (clam chowder). Le tout dans un décor sur mesure, rempli de trouvailles comme les lampes de coursives du paquebot France ou un mobilier de pont première classe d’époque.
UN CHOIX GUSTATIF ET ÉMOTIONNEL – Aux USA, dans le Maine, ceci ne serait pas étonnant. Mais à deux pas de la Place des Victoires, c’est une toute autre affaire. « Homard m’a tuer…».
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