Le Centre Du Monde – The Center Of The World

Archives: octobre 2014

“happy return visit”

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Being back in Paris we went to see how this previously newly opened restaurant was doing. It was busy and the room downstairs was packed with what seemed to be a tour group who were having a good time. Food again very interesting and tasty and afterwards we went downstairs too. The tour group had left and there was a surprising karaoke! Great fun.Keep up the good work.

London

“Excellent Food and Service”

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Our family of 4 loved our dinner at Le Centre du Monde. Our server was very helpful and welcoming. The €16 3-course menu was a bargain. Try the gazpacho!

Rochester, New York

“Wonderful Side Street Restaurant”

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My 2 daughters and I found this restaurant, just walking in the area of our rented apartment. It was a rainy night and we were enjoying walking along the quiet cobblestone street when we came upon this restaurant. The owner greeted us at the door and invited us in.
I had the duck with orange sauce and it was very good. One of my daughters had chicken and the other had beef done in a Balkan style. I couldn’t have asked for a more Parisian meal and atmosphere.
It was obvious that the owner took much pride in his cooking and his restaurant.
He had a large replica of the Mona Lisa in the restaurant, with the face cut out, and told us he was doing a project on the Mona Lisa face. He invited us to stand behind it and take photos and email them to him. Kind of unusual, but a fun thing to do!
Enjoyable all around – food, owner, ambiance. Paris is Good!

Georgia Mountains

« Authentic French dining, friendly affordable, enjoyable”

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We were walking around looking for a good French restaurant that was not a tourist trap and were lucky to find this place. Although the menu was only in French the waitress was very friendly and translated for us. The food was wonderful. The portions generous. The atmosphere was intimate. The service was great. The prices were very reasonable. It seemed we were the only tourist and the other customers were familiar locals.

Kuopio, Finland

We were after an inexpensive meal on Sunday

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We were after an inexpensive meal on Sunday (21 Sept) at around 6 pm prior to taking a Seine river cruise and chanced upon this cosy and quirky restaurant ten minutes walk from the Pont Neuf. Due to the early hour by French standards, we were the only occupied table for a while, but the music emanating from old 45s, subdued lighting and comfy surroundings more than made up for the lack of other diners. There was an a la carte menu but also two « formule » choices were on offer at Euros 12 & 16 (2 and 3 courses respectively), with a small but adequate choice on each. Our party ended up selecting main courses comprising crisped duck leg, burger and chicken goulash, all of which were tasty and of generous size for a normal appetite. For dessert, we chose the apple tart, melted cheese with honey, chocolate fondant and apple crumble, all of which were beautifully presented and delicious. The service was very good and we wouldn’t hesitate to recommend this restaurant, not only for the quality of the food but also the price … eating in Paris doesn’t have to be expensive! And as we left at 7:15 pm, nearly all the tables were taken, which speaks for itself.

Leigh-on Sea, United Kingdom

Promo VIdeo

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What a tasty goulash!

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Just so you know, the real meaning of goulash in Hungarian language is a beef herder. This is how this traditional european dish got named.  Restaurant has fantastic food, really nice people work there. What can I say, very cool, very central and very affordable, great spot to know in Paris, just by Notre Damme and Saint Michael.

Boris
London

Generous portions in the Latin Quarter!

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We were after an inexpensive meal on Sunday (21 Sept) at around 6 pm prior to taking a Seine river cruise and chanced upon this cosy and quirky restaurant ten minutes walk from the Pont Neuf. Due to the early hour by French standards, we were the only occupied table for a while, but the music emanating from old 45s, subdued lighting and comfy surroundings more than made up for the lack of other diners. There was an a la carte menu but also two « formule » choices were on offer at Euros 12 & 16 (2 and 3 courses respectively), with a small but adequate choice on each. Our party ended up selecting main courses comprising crisped duck leg, burger and chicken goulash, all of which were tasty and of generous size for a normal appetite. For dessert, we chose the apple tart, melted cheese with honey, chocolate fondant and apple crumble, all of which were beautifully presented and delicious. The service was very good and we wouldn’t hesitate to recommend this restaurant, not only for the quality of the food but also the price … eating in Paris doesn’t have to be expensive! And as we left at 7:15 pm, nearly all the tables were taken, which speaks for itself.