Au Vieux Paris D'arcole

3.919 Votes
  • Address: 24 Rue Chanoinesse, 75004 Paris, France
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Au Vieux Paris D'arcole is the best known French restaurant with small dining room decorated with antique objects, near the Notre Dame Cathedral, where you can have the tasty French and European cuisines. It is the most recommendable place for vegetarians to enjoy different food items like vegetable pancake, French onion soup, French veggie soup, farm salad and many more. Non vegetarians can have the options like Beef cheeks, sea bass and with that you can have different types of desserts and house wines. At the time of Christmas Eve, Au Vieux Paris D'arcole is decorated ornamentally and you can try the special menu for this occasion.

How to Reach Au Vieux Paris D'arcole

  • Subway services 4 to stop – Cité
  • Buses 47, N15, N22 to stop - Cité - Parvis Notre-Dame

  • Au Vieux Paris D'arcole Address: 24 Rue Chanoinesse, 75004 Paris, France
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Au Vieux Paris D'arcole Reviews & Ratings

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  • Very cozy atmosphere. Good china. Comfortable seating. Very expensive for what it is. Food is solid four stars.

  • 1: the drinks were expensive for nothing 2: waiter runs around in a hurry, when asked about the food on the menu, he was very impatient and didn’t bother to even look at you. 3: was given the wrong food 4: waiter is rude, bumped into me and no “excusez-moi” or “pardon”

  • Such a quaint little place! The waiter was very nice and told us that this is one of the top 3 (there’s a debate about that apparently) oldest restaurants in Paris!

  • Loved this place. Right in the heart of Paris, very close to Notre Dame you might expect a tourist trap, but we really enjoyed our meals. It's not cheap, but there is a good menu of classic French dishes. We paid €70 per head, but we did have three courses and 2 bottles of wine (between 5). The wine is either entertaining or stressful depending on your sense of adventure or limited budget. "No wine list. Just go down to the cellar and pick what you like." He said. I spotted the €70 bottles, the €40 bottles and then €30 which was a good red that went well with our meals. The waiter was Sicilian, but fluent in French, German and English. He was helpful and friendly, so we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves.

  • Lots of good food. It's a pretty decent selection, but just wished they shrunk the menu and prepared the fewer dishes better. My dish was okay, should have just gotten the pancakes...

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