eateries: café grèvin

Saturday, February 26, 2011

I've been nursing a pretty bad fever/cold/cough/sore throat - or what me and my husband call 'the works'. But I did manage to pull myself together for a night out with the mister. he brought me to this lovely restaurant he found, next to the famous musée grèvin, if you're not familiar with it think of it as the french's version of london's famous madame tussauds (which is ironic in so many ways). 

We were there for the red-rope decor and ambiance but were pleasantly surprised by their amazing dishes and we were both tempted by their large entrée platters and finished with some delightful deserts. Our dinner came up to roughly only 25 Euros per person which is pretty decent for Paris. And seeing how it was one of the better french restaurants that I've been to, I would definitely recommend it. Finally, here are some photos to give you an idea of what they have to offer.


10 Boulevard Montmartre, 75009 Paris
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9 comments:

Lynn {hearted girl} said...

awe 'the works" that's perfect, i have to use that and it also goes well with a post full of amazingly scrumpness looking foodie items. i'll take the works when it comes to that any day!

great shots, glad you were able to make it out and enjoy the night together. ♥

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a woman's right to shoes said...

The photos are amazing!

mienkintoshfairie said...

These are making me so hungry!!!

indie by heart said...

this post made me SO hungry <3


xo,
"story of a day well spent" who is from now on:

indie by heart! ^^



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Fay said...

Hi Hope you are feeling better I certainly do after reading all your posts since i returned fromLondon YUMMMMEEEEE gthankyou fay xxx

Girl in Oslo. said...

Looks really good:)

Have a great day - feel better:)

Draffin Bears said...

Sorry to hear that you have had the flu and hope that you are feeling better.
That food looks so yummy and I see it was in montmatre, that is where we stayed when we were in Paris.

Have a happy week
Hugs
Carolyn

Miss Kait said...

Oh. My. Gosh.

This all looks absolutely divine!

~ Kait
http://kaitsouch.com/blog

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