Bistrot Paul Bert

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Details
18 rue Paul-Bert
Paris, 75011
+33 1 43 72 24 01
French
$ $ $
Hours
Tue–Sat: Noon–2:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Probablement un des meilleurs bistrots de Paris, sinon le meilleur. Pour en savoir plus, http://bit.ly/bR11cm
  • Trs bonne adresse. Cuisine typique de bistrot, traditionnelle, pas forcment originale, mais trs bonne et trs copieuse.
  • Brilliant restaurant. Highly recommeded for someone interested in a great culinary experience in a casual Parisian Bistro.
  • "Home cooking is very much to the fore in this friendly bistro, with dishes such as beef parmentier and steak on the menu. Make sure you save space for the rum baba!" -Michelin Guide on TripExpert
  • The classic Parisian bistro every carnivore dreams of, w/ knife-cut steak tartare, foie gras haricots verts and, of course, a venerable steak frites. More places to eat like a local: tandl.me/12ufz7c
  • Du recemment par le Bistrot Paul Bert qui perd peu a peu de sa superbe... Trop de touristes, portions qui rduisent, bons vins, mais il y a objectivement mieux dans la rue : le temps au temps.
  • Look for the local wines... not cheap but definitly to try :)
  • Excellent bistrot, good food, humongous desserts, friendly waiters. Would come back.
  • Food was excellent
  • A historic bistro that does traditional French dishes - the right way - one of my favourite guilty pleasures is the Croque Bert - I will fly to Paris for one
  • Accueil versatile. Un resto touriste dans un dcors de bistro reconstitu. Qualit de la cuisine en baisse. Filez chez Mamy 10 m.
  • Dcor impecvel!!! Imperdvel!!
  • Trs bon bistrot, mme si je prfre son frre l'ecailler
  • Le bistrot la franaise where you can order typical "brasserie" dishes. Try the "magret de canard fum maison", the "tartare" or the "blanquette de veau"! Our waiter was cool and got sense of humour
  • Everything is delicious, including the deserts.
  • Small but a beautiful restaurant.appetizers,duck and meat are delicious.dessert is tasty.beautiful vines.good service.prices rather high but worths.warm atmosphere.should reserve before going.
  • Traditional French cuisine. Great lunch menu for 19 (3 courses). There is also an -la-carte menu for 41 (3 courses).
  • Amazing food and a very friendly staff
  • Such a great place! Everything we tried was delicious - particularly the scallops, rabbit w mustard sauce, and the baba au rhum (pictured). Varied and reasonable wine list.
  • When you walk past bistrot Paul Bert, the cosy authentic furniture and mouthwatering kitchen smells will certainly seduce you to step inside. Although the interior is, as the name suggests, that of..