European, French
ClosedOpens at 18:45
$$$$ Price range per person 11 - 20
13 Rue Béatrix Dussane, Paris
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Paris, Île-de-France, France

Les Parisettes is a great attraction for tourists who come to eat at this restaurant after long walks. Discover new dishes of the menu with French cuisine in the comfort of Le Volant. That's a nice idea to order perfectly cooked beef bourguignon, polenta and grilled sea bass. You will be served good crème brûlée, parfait and chocolate mousse.

The wine list is extensive, every visitor will find something that suits their taste. Come to this place for great americano. The knowledgeable staff works hard, stays positive and makes this place wonderful. Service at this spot is something one can call fabulous. You will appreciate democratic prices. At this restaurant, guests can enjoy the exotic atmosphere and nice decor. Based on the guests' feedback on Google, Le Volant deserved 4.5.

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Ashley Clyatt
Phenomenal! If you are thinking about trying it, just do it. Creme brulee and tiramisu were the best we had ever tasted.
Kailyn S.
Super delicious! Came here for our first meal in Paris as it was close to our hotel. We were seated right away and attentively was taken care of. The menu at first was a little hard to understand as the prices at the top of the menu indicate the price for choosing 1, 2, and 3 courses. My boyfriend did 3 courses: soup of the day, beef bourguigon, and creme brûlée. I started with the soup of the day and then had the yellow pollack fish. The soup was creamy and kind of had a fishy taste, but both my boyfriend and I loved it! The beef bourguigon was by far the best part of our meal. It was tender and flavorful. Easily cut through with simply a fork. The mashed potatoes were creamy and smooth, the rice mixture provided a nice contrast with the beef, and my boyfriend really enjoyed the beef with polenta the most! Additionally, my fish was cooked perfectly, but it did seem like the butter overpowered the fish itself. However yellow pollack is already a mild fish so it's not like it's that hard to overpower the flavor of the fish. The Creme brûlée was also a delight! Creamy and crunchy with the sweet bite is just how I like it. Would highly recommend!
Linh C.
On our last night in Paris, we wanted to have an authentic dinner to commemorate a lovely trip.  After browsing through Yelp for some suggestions, we decided on this neighborhood bistro which was a 10 minute walk from our hotel.  We had a few bad food choices but luckily we made up for it by dining here.   Le Volant Basque is a family owned bistro that local Parisians enjoy as well as tourists.  We met a very nice Parisian father daughter duo who sat the table next to us.  They spoke really good English and we had a nice time conversing with them after our meal.  They informed us that the owner is very knowledgeable about wine and the food is made from the finest ingredients.   I'm so glad we had the chance to engage with the locals at a great restaurant.  The interior is quite small with outdoor seating which is typical in Paris. We opted to sit outside to get the feel of a sidewalk bistro.  The weather was quite nice for 10pm in the evening.   The menu is in French with English translation.  You have the option of ordering a la carte or the prix fixe menu.  The options are entree + dessert or appetizer + entree + dessert.  We ended up ordering a la carte with an appetizer. Our dinner choices:: ****Charcuterie board ~so tasty!  Includes jambon (ham), prosciutto, salami and pate/butter.   ****Beef Steak with shallots ~so delicious!  Prepared perfectly medium.  The meat was so tender. ****Beef bourguignon ~amazing!  The most popular entree.  Beef stew braised in burgundy wine.  The meat is soft and melts in your mouth.   ****Sides with every entree are:  rice pilaf, purée potatoes and polenta.  All three complimented the meal so well.   We absolutely loved our dinner here.  Definitely recommend to those visiting the area for the first time.  Food and service were both impeccable.  Can't wait to visit again!  Au revoir for now!
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13 Rue Béatrix Dussane, Paris, Île-de-France, France
Сredit cards accepted No delivery Booking
Opening hours
SundaySun Closed
MondayMon 18:45-22:45
TuesdayTue 12:00-14:15, 18:45-22:45
WednesdayWed 12:00-14:15, 18:45-22:45
ThursdayThu 12:00-14:15, 18:45-22:45
FridayFri 12:00-14:15, 18:45-22:45
SaturdaySat 12:00-14:15, 18:45-22:45

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