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Le Cafe De Paris

Rated 3.61 out of 5 based on 61 reviews.
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204 N Capitol Blvd. Boise, ID 83702 208-336-0889
phone 208-336-0889
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Restaurant Description:

Le Cafe De Paris is a French restaurant located in Boise, ID.

Meals Served:

  • Lunch
  • Dinner
Menu coming soon
Details:

  • Good for Groups
  • Good for Kids
Note: Please call and verify the above before making important plans.

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Ron said:

My first time experience
Le Cafe de Paris has incredable food. A little expensive for the portion you get. The atosphere was nice. Small with music being played. Definitly a cafe setting for something different.

I thought the service was not good. At first the server was asking me what I wanted to order and about 20 minutes later our food came. I had the cod dish. Amazing. GF had teh rack of lamb. Awesome. I had to ask for the rest of my food and for water after I had eaten. I was irritated when all waitresses (3) were wallking by our table to go to the kitchen all night.

The most annoying thing was the tables were not stable and my seating was in teh middle of all people passing to go to the rest room. Tight quarters. Was not pleased for my first time. Most likely wont go back. Food was great but everything else was a little bit undesirable.
 
October 25, 2010
Votes: -4

Jesse said:

fantastic atmosphere and food
My wife, daughter, and I went to De Paris last night (friday). Ive been to Paris France and it felt like I was back there again ! It reminded me of a quaint little cafe there.

The food was fantastic. We had the blue crab cakes and escargot for appetizers, both were delicious. My wife got a salad that was absolutely delicious with goat milk cheese.

For dinner I had the kobe beef filet. In true french style it had a sauce with it and wow was it good. this is one of those sauces thats sooo amazing you could eat a pair of socks in it and love it.

The deserts were authentically french. My wife has a chocolate eclair which was tasty. I had some fancy dish with grand marnier, strawberrys, cream, and something else in there. It was amazing.

They have a great selection of french wines along with italian and some domestic.

The service was great. Two wonderful ladies attended to our great meal with a smile and friendly attitude. My daughter had a great time talking to the servers like they were her big sisters.

They have outdoor seating and indoor as well. The place is walk-in friendly and pet friendly too. Two couples eating outside had their dogs with them.

Overall I highly recommend this place. Great food, great service, and wonderful atmosphere. what else can you ask for smilies/grin.gif
 
September 13, 2009
Votes: +0

Meowers said:

OMG!
this restaurant will tantalize your taste buds from a mile away! i advise you to go to there. because I WANT TO GO TO THERE!smilies/grin.gifsmilies/grin.gifsmilies/grin.gifsmilies/grin.gifsmilies/grin.gifsmilies/grin.gifsmilies/grin.gif
 
May 20, 2009
Votes: +0

SNB said:

WOW!!
I went here a while ago but I can not sto thinking about it.. the food was amazing so many different flavors and things to try.... and dont get me started on the wall of deserts that was my favorite part form the chocolate moose to the teramesu amazing thats all i can saysmilies/grin.gifsmilies/grin.gifsmilies/grin.gifsmilies/grin.gif
 
May 08, 2009
Votes: +0

JMB said:

Refreshingly upscale bohemian
Le Cafe de Paris has been at this location for over five years. Their new chef, Riley, has changed the approach to cuisine, emphasizing high quality ingredients obtained from local farmers and producers, exquisite balancing of flavors (really!), and very limited use of sauces. The result is healthier, tastier and more fun. This food tastes excellent. Standbys - french onion soup, croissants and chicken in puff pastry - still charm regulars but the new black cod, for instance, is a delicacy. The presentation is stylish and the service always attentive and friendly. Lattes and now various new drinks (champagne with peach schnapps is refereshing in the heat), compliment a judiciously chosen wine list. If you haven't been to "Cafe," in a while, make a point of going again soon. Open for lunch daily, dinner except Sunday and Monday, with brunch on weekends.
 
August 08, 2008
Votes: +1

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