The most ambitious Spanish restaurant in Paris, this spot occupies an airy Seine-side space, avoiding tapas-bar clichés. The seasonal all-tapas menu, at €55 per person, is the most creative choice, but that would mean missing out on the seven different takes on paella that are available daily: perhaps saffron with seafood (which could be a bit more generous), inky squid, vegetable, or Valencia-style with rabbit, chicken, and vegetables. Finish up with custardy crème
Catalan and a glass of muscatel.
Dec 23, 2003
This popular Spanish restaurant is located in the heart of the Latin Quarter, a few short steps away from the Cathedral of Notre Dame is worth a visit. The restaurant is small, but the service is friendly. The Paella, a house specially, crowds the small tables. You can expect a good selection of Spanish and French wines to go with your selection.
Mar 12, 2002
This was the biggest rip-off of a restaurant I've ever been to. The tapas selection was per the chef's choice (not ours) and it was small and unappealing. The paella was bland, boring, and overpriced (as was the tapas). This was NOT the tasty Spanish food we were expecting -- and the hefty price tag made this disappointing restaurant experience all the worse.