Le Colibri

Average price €30

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Scores & Reviews

  1. Rachel N.
    Rachel N.
    • 5 reviews

    We went on a Sunday and we were the only diners there (for an 8pm seating). This is more of a bar that does food on a Sunday it seems. We were not really that hungry so just had the burger which was nice. Service very attentive, just wasn’t at all what we expected from the listing and the reviews.

  2. Joel C.
    Joel C.
    • 319 reviews

    Delicious veal kidneys in a creamy mustard sauce. The kind of old-fashioned French cooking that one dreams of....courteous and efficient service, a very good experience. The place is one of the better values on the La Fouchette roster. The only minus -- a rather noisy dining room on this busy noon service. But go, the food is worth it.

  3. Joel C.
    Joel C.
    • 319 reviews

    After several visits here in January and February I now have a pretty good sense of this neighborhood bar/restaurant. The clientele is largely local, and there are frequently lively conversations underway at the bar, punctuated by occasional guffaws and even singing. The ambiance suits me fine. The short menu features traditional bistro fare, and food quality ranges from good to truly outstanding. They use good quality products, and most dishes appear to be made onsite. I stress this point because a lot of eating places in Paris now rely heavily on wholesalers, and on pre-frozen, reheated stuff. What they serve here is a lot better than that, and the prices with the discount applied make meals here an outstanding value. Large portions, courteous and efficient service.

  4. Joel C.
    Joel C.
    • 319 reviews

    Nowadays there are not that many Parisian restaurants in the moderately priced category that do "real" French cuisine, with quality ingredients, actually cooked onsite in the kitchen. This good place on Montmartre is one such, and you should give it a try. My dinner of six Burgundy snails, Burgundy beef, and café gourmand was thoroughly enjoyable. The bill, including a glass of Cotes du Rhone wine, was under 22 euros with the discount applied. Tonight's meal was comparable in quality to the one I had last week at a much better known restaurant - but it was about a third cheaper than at the more famous address. This is a small place, and there is generally a cadre of neighborhood stalwarts standing at the bar, vociferously grumping to each other about everything and anything, Personally, I enjoy the ambiance. Friendly and courteous service.

  5. Olga L.
    Olga L.
    • 3 reviews

    Very nice food, very calm place with very kind personnel

  6. Joel C.
    Joel C.
    • 319 reviews

    The entrée (hard boiled egg with mayonnaise) was only so-so, but I forgot my disappointment on tasting the main dish, a large portion of tripe in sauce, "á la mode de Caen." It was one of the best iterations of this classic French recipe in my dining experience. This small restaurant and bar with a largely local clientele claims to prepare its food on the premises, something that should by no means be taken for granted these days in Paris, whose eating places, both great and small, tend to rely very heavily on frozen, pre-packaged, reheated industrial food from a wholesaler. In any case what was on my plate felt like home cooking, of this kind I used to routinely enjoy in Paris way back when, but now become rare. Bravo! The bill for entrée, main dish, and an OK glass of Bordeaux red wine, including the La Fourchette discount, was under 18 euros, a very fair value.

  7. Yoel M.
    Yoel M.
    • one review

    kind service. reasonable price (with the discount). however: food was served cold and was too fatty. tables are too small (and we are not tall people!) and chairs are uncomfortable. it was way too cold inside. the bathrooms opened to the street and with each person who went there a wave of winter wind entered.

  8. Joel C.
    Joel C.
    • 319 reviews

    The daube de boeuf was really a bourgignon, but why quibble? An enormous portion, good meat, fresh vegetables. The feel and taste of homemade food. An OK café gourmand to end the meal, for about 14 euros all in, including the discount. A very fair value, glad to give a thumbs up.

More information

Opening time

Service continu : de 12h à minuit (tous les jours)

How to get to the restaurant

35 Rue Véron, 75018, Paris, France

Public transport

Métro - Blanche (M2)

Directions to get there

Parking Mansart

Paris 18th, , Montmartre, Pigalle - Saint-Georges

About the restaurant

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