Café de Paris
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Café de Paris information
A little corner of France tucked away on a quiet square, the Café de Paris is straightforward and unpretentious. So is the menu – onion soup or foie gras terrine to start, followed by entrecôte steak with chips, salad and a choice of sauces (they’re very proud of the Café de Paris sauce, made to a 75-year-old recipe). There are also one or two daily specials, including a vegetarian alternative.