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Le Volant
Today 12:00 – 2:15 pm, 7:00 – 10:30 pm
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13 Rue Béatrix Dussane 75015 Paris France
13 Rue Béatrix DussaneFRParis75015
+33 1 45 75 27
Restaurant, BarToday 12:00 – 2:15 pm, 7:00 – 10:30 pm
Monday 7:00 – 10:30 pmTuesday 12:00 – 2:15 pm, 7:00 – 10:30 pmWednesday 12:00 – 2:15 pm, 7:00 – 10:30 pmThursday 12:00 – 2:15 pm, 7:00 – 10:30 pmFriday 12:00 – 2:15 pm, 7:00 – 11:00 pmSaturday 12:00 – 2:15 pm, 7:00 – 11:00 pmSunday Closed
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L Sandboe
a year ago
If you eat anywhere in Paris, make it this place! My husband and I spent a few days in Paris before finding this gem on yelp. We were looking for a dinner spot that serves creme brulee, because quite opposite to what we expected, very few restaurants in Paris seem to carry it (there's a lot of creme caramel, but creme brulee is our favourite). What we had: 32e - Formule for Entree-Plats-Dessert 24e - Formule for Plats-Dessert 34e - A mid-priced bottle of red wine We played it pretty safe with our choices, choosing a creme of asparagus soup for the Entree, salmon for my Plats and a steak with mushroom and shallots for my husband's. Then we definitely had creme brulee - despite very full stomachs! Dinner was served with a basket of bread (no butter, as is common) and a bowl each of mashed potatoes, polenta, and rice. After dinner we were offered a sweet alcoholic drink on the house to cleanse our palates, plus hard merengue treats with the bill instead of mints. Let me just say, the salmon and steak were incredible, and the trio of sides made for a very filling meal! My husband said the mashed potatoes were some of the best he's ever had. The same goes for the wine and creme brulee! Pros: - Very well priced for the area - 32e for a 3 course meal is nothing. - Service was much friendlier than a lot of French places. We were so impressed that we gave our server a large tip even though tipping is not expected. She spoke French and English fluently and we were able to switch back and forth comfortably throughout the meal (I know conversational French, but some servers in Paris hear the English accent and immediately refuse to speak to you in French, even if you want to practice). - Great flavours and a very diverse selection of traditional foods - and isn't that what you want when you go to Paris? Cons: - If I had to say anything, it's that the "English translations" on the menu were totally nonsensical. I think they probably just ran them through Google Translate. But really, it didn't bother us because it added to the restaurant's charm and the server was very willing to answer any questions we had. TIPS: - "Formule" means you're buying several courses, perhaps pre-selected for you. "A la carte" means you're buying each course separately. This restaurant had both, and you had a selection of each course to choose from for the formules. - "Entree" means appetizer or starter, and "plats" means main course or what we call an entree back home in Canada. - Taxes are included in the list price, anywhere in Paris (whether selling food or clothes or otherwise) - Tip only for exceptional service
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Tim Chang
a year ago
My favorite restaurant in Paris. Excellent Basque cooking. I've tried about 8 dishes and all of them were delicious. My favorite is the veal stew. This place is definitely the one restaurant I would recommend anyone visiting Paris to go to. There are a lot of good restaurants, but this place is a must-try!
Simon Taylor
a year ago
Great little restaurant - v friend staff and the food is top notch & good value - try it!!
A Google User
7 years ago
My husband and I ate here on our vacation in April 2007. We had bouef bourgignion and it was incredible. We showed up without reservations right at opening time (I know, a faux pas) and the owner himself was gracious enough to find a table for us. Great service and a decent wine list. Something to keep in mind, however - the night we were there happened to be the last night for the current owner - he was selling! His father, the chef, was staying, however his father is elderly and who knows how much longer he will work. I will be interested in returning to see what, if anything, has changed.
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Anthony Costa
a year ago
Phenomenal food, especially for the price. Relaxed atmosphere, good service. Completely packed 30 minutes after open on a Friday night so you better have a reservation or show up early.
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Sacred Celtic
7 months ago
Illegal Tamil cooks and underpaid Polish waitresses, what exactly is Basque in this restaurant, apart from the cashing-in boss ? Yawn...yet another tourist trap for English pseudo-snobs!
a month ago
The waitress is very nice!!!
A Google User
a year ago
I enjoyed my meal here well cooked and portion too big for me to finish. Glad I went