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reviewed 6 months ago
On a lovely corner near the Place des Victoires, Les Fines Gueules adheres to the good-ingredients-prepared-simply formula. Have a plate of charcuterie, a bulging burrata drizzled with olive oil, or try their famous tartare, hand-cut, with a bright green streak of pesto. Organic and natural wines complete the picture. They have been rumored to be less friendly to tourists but so far we have yet to see this.
reviewed 7 months ago
Food was not great. Very high prices for what you get. Cozy atmosphere of a typical Parisienne bistrot. Staff were ok.
Katie Catillaz Ilharreborde
reviewed 2 years ago
The absolutely charming setting of Les Fines Gueules, tucked away in an ancien regime stone building, quickly fades in the light of unapologetically incompetent service and less-than-dazzling menu choices. An almost unappetizingly large chunk of monkfish is oversalted, wild boar is rubbery and lost in sauce. American English clangs in the ears from almost every table, making Les Fines Gueules just another tourist trap to skip.
reviewed a month ago
VERY VERY good food. I enjoyed everything about it. Food drinks service.
reviewed a year ago
Disappointed. Food was fair, cost was high and service was terrible. Young lady was NOT friendly, didn't feel welcome at all. To avoid