As a party of four, on our way back from Montmartre, we sought somewhere to eat. Eventually stopped here, around 6.00pm, and were shown to a table, just under the stairs. The paper menus were on the table. After around 10 minutes, a waiter asked to take our order. We requested some drinks first, nothing too difficult, three beers and a sparkling water. This required the attendance of a waitress, and after around another 5-10 minutes the drinks arrived. The waiter returned after another 5 minutes to take our order. Once again, fairly simple, carbonara, risotto, and a couple of salads. A further 15-20 odd minutes passed, I ordered another beer. A waiter arrived to see if we wanted a dessert. The unused knives and forks should have been enough of a clue to the fact that we hadn't our our main courses! After a further 5 odd minutes, food arrived. The carbonara came in a copper saucepan, which was a nice touch. However, clearly reheated, the steam from within as I moved the food about, partially to recoat the dried out surface, was extreme. I ate about half, but couldn't manage the rest. It was the most disgusting offering of a spaghetti carbonara I have ever eaten, and we told the waitress so when she presented the bill, 99 euros, which we paid in full.
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