Great place that always delivers with very good, hearty and straight-forward food, parisian atmosphere, and warm and friendly service. It's at once very French and very international and they always make you feel relaxed and welcome. We were a big party and the highlights was the joue de boeuf (ox cheek stew), the bar (sea bass) and the rognon entier (whole kidney). The wine that was recommended was excellent. Also the baba au rhum requires a mention.
This is our favorite restaurant in Paris. The service and food is always excellent. I hope they bring back the lamb, however, as that was my favorite dish. We recommend this restaurant to anyone we know visiting Paris.
Mood is good .old fashion. Food is very French style and two course meal is already full.
Old bistro and lots of ambiance but todays dishes not what you expect for the price. Go there if old-style atmosphere is wanted but not if food is important.
We always eat here at least once while in Paris. The food is delicious and the portions are quite large. Everything is prepared with care and is tasty. It’s a friendly homey environment with a touch of elegance. The waiters are friendly but not intrusive or obsequious. As if they see you once a week and appreciate your presence. It’s not haute cuisine it very good appealing food. Good desserts too if you have room. You won’t be disappointed.
Has been an amazing experience. Food was great and the service outstanding - nothing to add!
Excellent service and food. A great atmosphere
Always the food is very good and the choice too. Service is friendly but very professional. Amed exceptional but American in residence a close second. Will visit again and again Je suis Ecossais!
Winter Sebastian was particularly helpful and his service was outstanding. Overall restaurant was wonderful., in a lovely location near the Musée D’orsay
Great place with a more local, less touristy feel. Our meal was by far the best we’ve had in Paris.
We made reservations online and were seated immediately on arrival with a small amuse-bouche awaiting us along with complimentary glasses of white burgundy. Our waiter spoke quite good English and helped translate some of the terms on the menu we didn’t understand. He recommended we split an starter: an artichoke heart salad with Radicchio and Endive topped with a lightly poached egg and a drizzle of vinaigrette. We both loved it and it was just the right amount to whet our appetites for what followed: roasted free-range chicken & mashed potatoes for my wife and a blanquette do veau for me. Both were quite good, though not exceptional, lacking a bit in intensity in both sauces. We chose a 2012 Paulliac from the carefully selected one-page wine list, which fully lived up to expectations and our waiter also poured us half glasses of a very nice Burgundy that my wife actually preferred to the Bordeaux (!). Ambiance was wonderful: quiet room, open window on the street, classic Bistro lighting and decor.
Excellent service, portions were, especially for entrés (appetizers to us Americans) which were a meal in themselves. Recommend without any hesitation.
I was recommend to visits the restaurant by a friend . It’s my first time in Paris since 15 years so I was careful when choosing where to dine. We were cordially greeted upon arrival and Sebastian was just amazing . He was attentive and made excellent dish recommendations - fresh garden tomato salad and sea bass amongst many dishes were great .. highly recommend it
The food was completely tasteless, both dishes, we went there because we saw the comments about this place, but it was really disappointing. Is the first time I eat so bad in Paris. It’s a pity...
Wonderful, friendly wait staff. Excellent service. Lovely place.
I loved our waiter. He was personable and very sweet with our young guest (a ten year old). They made an effort to cook up a steak haché (hamburger) for her that was not on the menu. The meals and dessert were copious and well presented. I would definitely go back when in that quartier.
Thank you Bistrot de Paris for a splendid last night in Paris. Steak tartare and the ox cheek were amazing. As was the service. We would love to come again soon.
Very good dish quality, the filets de hareng pommes à l'huile , a must. The cheese 'ravioles very good . The rognon, the steack tartare are top. A beat too noisy and the table we were seated was too close to the other tables, impossible to move : space is missing or tables are too close.
We tried this restaurant the first night in Paris so decided to have dinner there our last night in Paris. The food is great, the service is great and it’s a good value.
Déjeuner : de 12h à 14h30 (sauf dimanche et lundi)
Dîner : de 19h à 23h (sauf dimanche et lundi)
33 rue de Lille, 75007, Paris, France
BRASSERIE – Nappage, décoration, vaisselle… et situation géographique bien sûr (dans le cœur du 7ème arrondissement de Paris) : Le Bistrot de Paris a tout de la brasserie parisienne authentique et raffinée dans laquelle on aime se retrouver autour d’un bon repas.
AUTOUR DU PRODUIT – Des produits de qualité qui exhalent une cuisine française parfaitement maîtrisée, c’est le crédo de cette table qui mise sur un savoir-faire acquis de longue date : terrine de foie de volaille, aile de raie aux câpres, carré d’agneau, millefeuille à la vanille ou profiteroles au chocolat.
CAVE – La carte des vins, fournie et travaillée, ravira initiés et amateurs de bons crus ou d’accord mets/vins parfaits.
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