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41 rue Saint-André-des-Arts (Rue de l'Éperon)
Paris, 75006
+33 1 42 63 48 18

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  • The quintessential bistro. Try the coq au vin, but then it's all good!
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  • Typisch Pariser Kche, im schnsten Stadtteil von Paris - Saint-Germain-des-Prs
  • Superb le canard aux des olives
  • The Servise us getting worser and worser, become a tourist place :-( this time they served us a burnt potatoes with the words:" it is ours roasted potatoes!" What a hardihood! We done with this place!
  • Best frog's legs ever. Duck with olives is classic. Everything is good. Service is classic as well.
  • Good quality, good tastes! Would be pleased if I had any better services!
  • this maybe is the best bistro in paris you should try canard de Challand aux olives.
  • Try the pouet roti per 2 - it's delicious chicken and potatoes and happiness.
  • I try to go here at least once when in Paris. Order ahead if possible, the boeuf bourguignon is fantastic, share the tarte tatin with your friend, house wine is quite good.
  • This trendy local by Ducasse is impressive and different, with cosy and petite saloon. Simple menu and homey meals.
  • Great French food!
  • The service was absolutely first class. Incredible wait staff. The four gras was great and the duck with olives was beyond description - perfect. This was our favorite truly French experience.
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  • Very traditional, very french, very very very delicious. This super local athmosphere is a must see. Free range chicken was awsome. Snails were marvellous. You can't go wrong with AlainDucas anyway.
  • Snail and frog legs were very delicious, especially herb souce for snails. Prices are higher than on other restaurants on this district. Profitrols served with huge plate oh hot chocolate.
  • The service is attentive and excellent. The staff speak English well. Unfortunately it turns out that there food isn't so great... And a bit pricey...
  • Open Sunday
  • Mallard was tough and a bit disappointing