31 Rue Richelieu, Paris, France
+44 01 42 96 26 66
L'Ecrin Paris Reviews
The smallest one in ages Nov 22, 2010
This was one of smallest bar I had been in for a while and I was the one only on talk about being alone. It was a real Parisian bar where they were out of stock of half their products. From outside it looked grand and prestigious but finally inside all this was gone.
My host was spending all his time reading a magazine that would take his mind away, far away and there he was all the time I was there. The place smelled of curry for a strange reason. All the tables were squeezed into the wall all; all of the being coved with chequered table clothes. The chairs were all the same dark wooded with red puffs. The bar was besides being out of products in a strange mix of dark wood and line green paint. It sure looked as strange as it smelled this place. The walls were covered with hand painted decoration and real old "replicas" looking paintings from 17s century in dark colours.
I had my cheap beer and left. It was even too strange for me. Very strange
Part of the Paris over and over again travel blog
Part of the list Bars and Cafe's outside Brussels
1 / 1 TravBuddies found this review helpful/trustworthy
Join TravBuddy to leave comments, meet new friends and share travel tips!