French, Seafood, Vegetarian options
Open now 12:00 - 23:45
$$$$ Price range per person 21-40 €
62 Rue d'Alésia, Paris
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Paris, Île-de-France, France

Eglise Saint Pierre Montrouge is a great attraction for tourists who come to eat at this cafe after long walks. French cuisine can be tried here. The chef at Le Zeyer cooks tasty salmon, oysters and choucroute. A lot of people point out that waiters serve perfectly cooked parfait, profiteroles and rum baba here. Good port wine, white wine or beer are what may make you come back to this place. A lot of visitors order great coffee, red tea or ice tea.

The intimate atmosphere of this spot allows guests to relax after a hard working day. A number of visitors find that the staff is professional at this cafe. Visitors mention that the service is prompt here. You may be impressed with attractive prices at Le Zeyer. The lovely decor will satisfy the taste of each guest. According to the Frommer's rating system, the rating of this place is 1 star, so it's worth visiting.

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It's one of those places with the right amount of melancholy and service. A locals place. High-end. That touch of patine and low maintenance of one place that preserves it's identity. Great experience.
Location: In the 14th on the corner of la rue d'Alésia and Général Leclerc. Prime people-watching space.The place: The interior is quite big but I sat outside because I wanted to feel like I was proper French =-D. I initially went to this place across the street - the big one with the red awning but I got zero service so I left.The goods: I had the French breakfast because I mean, hello, I'm in Paris. This included fresh orange juice, coffee (un café crème pour moi, s-il-vous-plait), baguette with butter and jam, and a chocolate croissant (or plain if that's your thing). The coffee was great (I ordered a 2nd) and everything else was fresh and tasty. The croissant was huge! Normally I don't eat that many carbs in one sitting but I was on vacation so you know, who cares?Service: Very good.Price point: If you don't do two coffees, it'll be about 11 Euros. I think it's a little expensive but Paris in general, is expensive.
Nice food with good wine menu. Salmon tartare and steak are really good. Service is fast. Big enough for groups. Outdoor seating is available.
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Address
62 Rue d'Alésia, Paris, Île-de-France, France
Features
Outdoor seating Booking Сredit cards accepted Wi-Fi Wheelchair accessible Takeaway TV
Opening hours
SundaySun 12:00-23:45
MondayMon 12:00-23:45
TuesdayTue 12:00-23:45
WednesdayWed 12:00-23:45
ThursdayThu 12:00-23:45
FridayFri 12:00-00:15
SaturdaySat 12:00-00:15

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