Cafe Le Corona / Paris

Boulevard Poissonnière 32 Paris 75009
+33 1 47 70 01 02
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 07:30 - 05:00
# 8086 of 8637 Restaurants in Paris
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Tips from the Net @ Cafe Le Corona
Yoeri Luijf en
Food is acceptable but overpriced. Waiters need better training. Sat next to dessert stations and saw waiters grab slices of cake with bare hands, throw it on a plate and then lick their fingers off. The toilet is disgusting. The only good thing is the decor and the fact I didn't die of food poisoning. Go elsewhere it's about time these places in Paris went the way of the dinosaur. A disgrace for France. GooglePlace - March 2018
Camilla Kronwitter en
We read the reviews about this place and did not expect much. We just wanted to go for a quick coffee to warm up. Since we were not interested in food, we lost our waiters interest completely. After sitting down he (or any of his many colleagues ) never came back to bring menus or take our orders. At the end, it wasn’t bad for us because we only wanted to warm up and it was only their loss because we would’ve payed for it. If you’re looking for a place with service and a little friendliness, go around the corner, there’s a nice crepe place! GooglePlace - February 2018
Adam Kinney en
Service, staff, food, atmosphere-all incredible. Came with 4 adults a 18mo and 3yr old. Staff very accommodating and friendly. Food was delicious. GooglePlace - February 2018
N en
Beautifully decorated place. Came in here twice for their breakfast and both experiences were enjoyable. The second time we were served by a very lovely and considerate waiter. He chatted with us and upon accidentally dropping a side of jam, gave us a complimentary croissant. Recommended! GooglePlace - January 2018
Niall Rowantree en
Typical Paris brasserie. All male serving staff, utterly disinterested in quality service. Customers are an inconvenience to be tolerated. We sat in the awning covered area. It was raining heavily and the fabric was understandably leaking. When it started leaking on us, rather than accept our decision to move to a dry (free) table the waiter argued that there wasn't a leak. Why is this standard seen as acceptable in Paris? It's not charming. It's just rude. GooglePlace - December 2017