Maisons-Alfort is a commune in the southeastern suburbs of Paris, France. It is located 8.4 km from the center of Paris.
Maisons-Alfort is famous as the location of the National Veterinary School of Alfort.
Things to do in Maisons-Alfort
4.5 based on 153 reviews
Was recommended by friends and decided to try it for a quick lunch. We went for the menu for 16.50 including main dish and dessert. I chose the fish of the day who was very tasty but the rice with it was over cooked. The veg were fresh and tasty too. We had for dessert the charlotte au chocolat which was a big mistake: not nice presentation, to heavy, we expected something much more with a home made charlotte style and taste. Only 3 desserts were on the menu so was obvious for us to pick the charlotte.
At lunch time you expect to be looked after very quickly which was not the case. The restaurant was quickly full. I guess after 12.45 it's necessary to book. We didn't.
4 based on 227 reviews
I have tasted better "galettes" in my life, but the crêpes (sweet, with caramelised apples, salted butter caramel and ice-cream) were delicious and the cider as well. Better to book for dinner, especially during the weekend.
4.5 based on 193 reviews
We stayed in the Novotel in front of this restaurant and where too tired to search for anything else to eat, and we didn't regret it :) This is a Libanese restaurant and the owners are very, very friendly and nice.
We got a welcome drink right when we came in.
We ordered a mezze for 2 and had plenty for 3 (our son is 6 and we didn't order a separate dish for him). The dishes are very freshly made and nice. It is not very fine dining but nice, fresh and honest!
Only payed 3,5 euros for 0,5 liter cola, wat is very cheap in Paris! They put a bottle of tap-water on our table without asking (also rare in Paris).
The decor is a little bit dated but that didn't bother us at all.
4.5 based on 421 reviews
Based on reviews tried out this place. The fish soup was excellent best I have had in years. Followed by the fish selection that had been cooked in the soup, white fish, scallop, mussels and lobster. Nice glass of Chablis went well. Floating Islands and coffee followed. Well looked after by the owner and staff. Had been met with a sparkling aperitif and was surprised to find wine and coffee was free on the bill also. Will be coming back, thanks.
4.5 based on 137 reviews
Went here 2 nights in a row, first with some friends, then came back with my family.
What a lovely restaurant. The staff was so charming and made us instantly feel at home by their charming welcomes.
The service was exceptional by the italian restaurant manager and his fun staff.
We ordered pizza, pasta and some Deserts. The food was amazing and everyone was really happy with the unique italian taste of the dishes.
Everything was well beyond our expectations. I will be coming back the next time I visit Paris.
Will even visit Paris only to have dinner and enjoy the atmosphere at Pasqualina.
4.5 based on 237 reviews
4.5 based on 353 reviews
I just had an outstanding dinner here. I was the only American and English speaker in the place. A friend who lives locally recommended it and boy was she right about it being great food and affordable. Service was very friendly and excellent, too. I highly recommend the chocolate gâteau moelleux (moist cake) for dessert. It is steamed cake and has a creamy center.
Waiters will help with translating what is on the menu.
4.5 based on 500 reviews
We arrived at this restaurant without a reservation (in a quiet residential area) and there was no problem Seating out group of 4.
The staff were very efficient and friendly and nothing seemed to much trouble.
The surroundings are tastefully decorated and the food is outstanding without being over priced. Testimony to this, is the fact that the restaurant was almost full when we left.
I would recommend the steak, I can't honestly remember the last time I had one that good..... It was like cutting butter!
Cannot recommend highly enough.
4.5 based on 218 reviews
We had dinner here with some friends.
The amuse-bouches where very tasty, it include some small warm snacks and some creamy mini-dish with shrimps. (Sorry, I don't know how these were all called).
The owner herself was handling our table and it was very "sympa" (how the French calls it) to chat with her.
The place itself was recommended by friends living nearby. Apparently, they redid the place and it's interior looks quite modern.
The food itself was very good, not the best I've had in and around Paris, but the standard can be quite high.
They don't have any kids meals, but they adapt depending on what the kid likes.
For the 3 year old boy of my friends, they brought a nice beef filet steak with vegetables, charging 10 EUR.
It's a nice and calm restaurant to spend an evening with friends, having a good meal and enjoying yourselfs
4.5 based on 173 reviews
And there are not a lot of French restaurant in Vitry. Some french creative dishes. Friendly service Quite expensive for this quarter.
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