|Restaurant Name||Ambiance||Food Presentation||Food Quality||Service||Cost||Overall Rating|
|Le Café De Paris
204 N Capitol Blvd., Boise
|If you would like to savor the flavors of Paris, here is the place. A small intimate café with some sidewalk seating. Chef Mathieu Choux takes great pleasure and pride in his surroundings, entrees and desserts. Great relaxed atmosphere either inside or on the sidewalk. The inside floors are marble and the tables tend to be somewhat small. But there is ample seating. Art on the walls adds to the intamacy of this café.||Food presentation is in the French tradition, highly decorated and highly delicious. Great desserts and quiche.
Try their Brunch menu sometime. I love the Crab Benedict and Robin loves the Brioche French Toast with cinnamon and maple syrup.
|Food quality is good and we keep going back for the quiche and Pan au Chocolat. In Boise, you just can not beat the quiche served here and the desserts are highly tempting for the main course. ("Life's too short, Eat dessert first"!)||Service is good. However, the waite staff tends to be in a hurry and that transfers to the patrons.||Overall cost is moderate. You can get a great quiche, salad and dessert for about $12.00||
Just have to rate this a 5-Star Boise restaurant, if for nothing else, the desserts. You really must try this café.
And after trying Le Café de Paris several times, I just can not keep the restaurant at 4-Stars. It is well worth the 5-Stars. You must go here. And at Bastille Day (July 14) they have a large celebration and great meals.
19 Nov 2009
Yes, absolutely a 5-Star. No doubt about it! Look at the Boise Foodie Blog and the article Le Beaujolais Nouveau 2009 and hopefully you will see why. Be sure to watch the slide show.
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