Le Bailli De Suffren / Paris

7 Avenue du Suffren Paris 75007
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 06:00 - 02:00

Le port de Suffren est une voie des 7 et 15 arrondissements de Paris, en France.DescriptionLe port de Suffren est situé dans les 7 et 15 arrondissements de Paris. Il débute pont d'Iéna et se termine pont de Bir-Hakeim.

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# 1516 of 7957 Restaurants in Paris
average 2153 votes
Tips from the Net @ Le Bailli de Suffren
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Lauren Arnaud en
I would give this place minus stars and it still would not adequately describe how bad this place is. The food is inedible and the wine is like dish water. This is a complete tourist trap as no person in their right mind would return. I especially love the way they charge 9+ Euro for a coke. They also charged me for a chicken meal I did not order. I tried to explain but they seemed to ignore me and pretend I ordered it. They also do not take AMEX. I was told I could leave my 14 yo daughter if I needed to run back to my hotel room. Luckily I found my card at the bottom of my purse. They then asked if I wanted to leave a tip. WTH. I will have to sort out the overcharge with my credit card when I return. GooglePlace - August 2017
Ronaldo Simoes pt
Preço alto para porções pequenas! E sem sabor! No menu está picanha com fritas, mas a carne que vem não é picanha nem de longe! Restaurante que engana turistas! Foursquare - July 2017
Deegan Pope en
Wish I'd read the reviews. I don't think I've ever felt scammed in a restaurant before. I paid more for water and juice than for food. 500ml water was 9 euro. Our waiter took my credit card and held it asking how much tip I was giving him. He said it wasn't included. He gave me the bill after which said right on it sevice include. I questioned him on it and he said the bill was lying! GooglePlace - July 2017
Yizhong Wu en
This place makes its money off of extremely shady business practices. DO NOT EAT HERE. EVER. AND MAKE SURE PEOPLE KNOW. Everything others have posted previously pretty much sum up the restaurant part. We asked for water and the waiter quickly brought opened bottles of water and poured it into our glasses before we could say we wanted tap water. They brought us croissants, cakes, etc which we thought were complementary, didn't tell us anything, and charged us a hefty price for it at the end. 4+ Euros for a small piece of bread, 5+ Euros for a small bottle of water. Food was mediocre at best. The water and other items that we did not order but was forced upon us doubled our bill. GooglePlace - June 2017