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Le Bistrot Paul Bert
Today 12:00 – 2:00 PM, 7:30 – 11:00 PM
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18 Rue Paul Bert 75011 Paris France
18 Rue Paul BertFRParis75011
+33 1 43 72 24 01
BistroToday 12:00 – 2:00 PM, 7:30 – 11:00 PM
Wednesday 12:00 – 2:00 PM, 7:30 – 11:00 PMThursday 12:00 – 2:00 PM, 7:30 – 11:00 PMFriday 12:00 – 2:00 PM, 7:30 – 11:00 PMSaturday 12:00 – 2:00 PM, 7:30 – 11:00 PMSunday ClosedMonday ClosedTuesday 12:00 – 2:00 PM, 7:30 – 11:00 PM
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Stanley Wong
in the last week
It's my second time that I am in this restaurant and i was horrified by the experience this time. We are 3 people this time in this restaurant and we ordered the same thing that we ordered the first time I was int his restaurant. The result was terrific, one of us ordered the chicken stew and it turns out that the chicken was stale and it taste like an expired boiled chicken Brest , it has no favour and obviously my friend didn't finish it. On the other hand, we ordered the cote de beauf and it was even more of a disaster!!! It feels like we are eating a piece of beef that has been frozen in a fridge for over months rather than a french fresh beef... We obviously didn't finish it and we whole table was ended up with unfinished plates... A short french waiter with glasses who claim to be the manager of the restaurant and claim to be the manager collected our plate at the end. I was expecting that he would ask if there is anything wrong with the dishes and of course he didn't do it(otherwise I wouldn't be writing this comment). Than the worst thing come, we were trying to smoke a cigarette and we asked for a lighter from the staffs and they claim that none of them smoke in this restaurant... Ok I believe that untill i saw one of the waiters smoke next to us outside.... I talked to the manager about this issue and he feel no pitty but give us a response "you are a smoker you should get your lighter".... Sorry but I am a customer but I think the whole night we just felt none of us was welcomed and I swear I would never go to this restaurant again. Food and service was below standard!!!!
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Dom Zanghi
6 months ago
Absolutely love this place! Been here on each of our trips to Paris. Make a reservation & when you get there, make sure to order the Steak Au Poivre. So darn good! Expect some American tourists here.
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Brudan Roxana Adriana
a year ago
One of the best Bistro's I've tried in Paris! Amazing French fresh food, quiet atmosphere, in a quiet street, away from the brouhahahaha of Bastille and a walk from the bars in République area! Had an amazing carpaccio, hand made "fait maison" foie gras and its superb chutney, the best "omelette aux cèpes" EVER and a perfectly smooth, fruity and creamy Resberry Macaron! :) Life would be perfect, if only, the would have a larger choice of wines sold by glass.. their bottles are great but it's not always easy to make everyone around the table happy with the chosen wine! :) Go here for the nice waitress from Corsica, always ready to share the secrets of thz chef if you want to make it at home, for the Cèpes and for the "atmosphère"... If only we could go back....
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Gisela Padilha
4 months ago
Excelent! Impeccable!
Randi Tywoniuk
a month ago
First: we did not have a reservation. Second: we were offered the last table by the kitchen. Third: our decision to accept. Fourth: 5 minutes later 2 others "without reservations" entered and were seated at a lovely table. Fifth: mentioned this to our waiter whom spoke to the host. Sixth: no attempt to rectify or explain the situation. We were ignored after this. Seventh: lack of concern or acknowledgement of the situation ruined our evening. Eighth: steak just ok for $35 euro. Ninth: many other steak joints in Paris. Tenth: do yourself a favor and go somewhere else.
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yael Sovinski
2 months ago
Rude staff, overpriced dishes and no value for money. The most disappointing restaurant that I've been to in Paris.
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Lyle Troxell
a year ago
Really quite good. They even helped with our low carb diet by delivering delicious mushrooms instead of potatoes. We highly recommend.
Orrin Cross
2 years ago
My entire family of 10 joined me in Paris to help celebrate by 80th birthday. I received the name of Bistrot Paul Bert from the owner of a French restaurant in Berkeley, CA, knowing I was going to Paris later that month. We walked from our hotel in the Bastille area to the Bistrot and met with the owner and told him of our plans. He made our reservations for several days later. When we arrived we were treated to a wonderful waiter, a great table, fantastic food and a birthday cake of chocolate mouse for all of us (the best individual dish any of us had in Paris). The cost was 37 euros each for a three course dinner with three great choices in each course. Our experience was the best, the food outstanding and the staff friendly (who said the French were rude?). Do go there, but do have an advanced reservation.
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