Review: Restaurant Paul

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I’ve always visited Paul to get his hot and yummy breads for breakfast but never thought about having dinner there. I don’t know why i had the impression it was a really expensive place for older people, but i gave it a try two weeks ago and i could not have been more wrong.

The food was excellent and very affordable and customers were from all ages. The atmosphere and service were also good.

Before ordering, i sat outside on the terrasse but we were practically on the highway and there was a lot of noise, so i moved back in.

I ordered as an “entrée” a cheese plate, containing goat cheese, roquefort, emmental and brie. It came with hot bread, small walnuts, dates and a side iceberg salad.The plate cost around 20,000 LL.

As for the main dishes, i ordered for my gf a “Feuilleté Atlantique” (consisting of a carré feuilleté, saumon mariné, avocat & fromage blanc) and for myself “Poulet Roti a la moutarde” (Blanc de poulet cuit au four, moutarde a l’ancienne, pommes de terre). Both plates were succulent and filling. Afterwards, i wanted to go for desserts but there were not many available which i did not appreciate much.

In all, the experience was surprisingly great and i would definitly give it another try.

5 thoughts on “Review: Restaurant Paul

  1. Lindsay

    I tried sitting out on the patio one day around 5pm. HUGE mistake. All the horns and traffic made me regret my decision to stop to eat at Paul. It’s a shame too because it’s such a nice patio!

  2. Danielle

    I’ve been a fan of Paul ever since I was back in Miami. Great place. Glad you enjoyed it..and yeah, the honking absolutely ruins the outdoor experience, what a shame!

  3. Michele

    Yeah I’ve been to Paul the on in Miami on Lincoln street, not bad. Had twice my breakfast there. I like the one in NY; it’s much more glamorous with a trendy crowd.

    Nagib, Paul isn’t supposed to be expensive; it’s a bakery for god sake!


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