À La Petite Chaise

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36 rue de Grenelle (Rue de la Chaise)
Paris, 75007
+33 1 42 22 13 35
$ $ $
Mon–Sun: Noon–2:00 PM

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  • Plus vieux restaurant de Paris, tu t'installes et tu profite de cet endroit charg d'histoire !
  • Allez-y les yeux ferms ! Le service est impeccable, chaleureux. Le lieu est charg d'histoire. Et des plats savoureux !! Je recommande !
  • Trs bien! Classique, bien rapport qualit / prix
  • Really great Beef Tartare, Onion Soup could be a bit more spicy!
  • Une excellente table prs du boulevard St Germain- anecdotique tablissement fond en 1680 sous le rgne de louis XIV!
  • Escargot, Onion Soup, Tartare
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  • Absolutely loved it! Best beef tartare and onion soup in Paris. 36 eur for a 3-course dinner.
  • Fancy service, very good tartare.
  • RS recommends ($$) as Paris' oldest restaurant, traditional dishes
  • Bon mais un peu cher pour ce que c'est
  • Very touristic but I loved it. The food is of high quality! Best onion soup I've tasted and the filet mignon was a delight.
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  • David Lebovitz: The oldest restaurant in Paris, classically-attired waiters bring food that is perfectly correct, but dont expect more, or any curveballs. Open every day, including Sundays.
  • Oldest restaurant in France
  • Cute little place. Perfect after a little shopping at Bon March! Get the duck!
  • Great french onion soup!
  • Really liked the "Delice de la petite chaise"
  • This is Paris's oldest restaurant, opened as an inn in 1680 by the baron de la Chaise at the edge of a hunting preserve. However, I would not recommend going here when you have so many other lovely r