Where Paris hits Downtown Dubai
|Tel:||04 420 3442|
|Travel:||Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard|
|Experiences:||Wi-fi, Outdoor seating, Family friendly|
|Times:||Open daily 9am-11pm|
|Credit Cards Accepted:||Yes|
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FT Jan 05, 2014 01:21 pm
I'm not sure why they bothered to license the name as it gives misplaced expectations as to what the venue will be like. The NYC original is fun, raucous- a real party place where the food, although solid, plays second fiddle to the atmosphere and 'scene'. Given this spot doesn't have a license, that atmosphere could never be replicated; the fact that it is often sparsely populated makes the difference even more stark. The food is fine- nothing to write home about and quite pricey (more reflective of a licensed-establishment) but you won't complain. It's just that, with so much on offer nearby, these spots need to distinguish themselves to get return customers. I don't regret trying it once but sadly, this place doesn't warrant a second trip.
Jesse Pinkman Oct 28, 2013 08:49 am
There are loads of misplaced apostrophes on the boards in this restaurant. It put me off my breakfast.
Yasmine Oct 21, 2013 10:41 am
Uncomparable to the more low key likes of Shakespeares and Co or even Paul. The food was below average, and I was even served a stale almond croissant - not great for a french cafe! The service was poor, with a waiter that didnt even know what was on the menu with much of the items sold out.
I wouldn't recommend it.
Tomy Oct 20, 2013 09:20 am
Yeah, it's a decent place to go for breakfast if you can't get in at La Serre.
Although if you're a punctuation pedant then it will drive you mad - there are apostrophes scattered randomly everywhere on the blackboards inside.