Le 13, elegantly tucked away on a side street in the 13th arrondissement (near metro stop Les Gobelins), is a French restaurant serving up dishes that contain gastronomic elements from both modern French cuisine and authentic traditional fare. Much like its cuisine, the décor is a joyful mix of modern and traditional (there is a fireplace, wooden furniture, contemporary color palettes etc.). This is a real gem where you get friendly service and excellent food all at affordable prices. The clientele consists of mostly locals, so don’t be surprised if the waiters don’t speak much English. Some specialties include braised beef in red wine sauce, fried bream fillet served with vegetables, olive oil, and paprika, and perfectly grilled sirloin served with Parisian Fries. Their wine and dessert menus are perfect to finish off the exceptional experience.
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