Les Deux Magots

Les Deux Magots
6 place Saint-Germain-des-Prés
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Breakfast or late night glass of wine. Sit outside. There are cheaper cafés with better food in Paris, but few places better to sit back and enjoy the magic of the city.
Review from Ben via Citysearch
Fancy cafe, my Parisian friend took us there. They serve renowned Pierre Herme pastries. The Croque Monsieur roast beef & baguette sandwich are meant to be the best. Hot chocolate is thick & sweet!
Review from Jarkyn via Citysearch
Café crème 6€; whisky soda 12€-16€; main courses 22€-36€. The café is featured in the 1973 film The Mother and the Whore directed by Jean Eustache and in the 1959 film The Sign of Leo by Eric Rohmer.
Review from Anton via Citysearch
We visited this cafe 3 times while being in Paris. Really cool kitchen and service. Steak is very good and of big portion, Duck is also nice, Fish with spinach is a good choice for vegetarians.
Review from Lily via Citysearch
A Parisian must! Great for sitting back and watching people pass. Delicious coffee or tea and tartes or eclairs, served by elegant waiters sporting classical attire (who speak English very willingly).
Review from Jonas via Citysearch
You have to go here for their pastries ! If you don't know this place, this is one of the famous cafés in Paris. Try the Grog, this is the coffee to taste it.
Review from Corentin via Citysearch
Historical cafe with French cuisine! Located in most expensive place, so the prices are .... My advice, to choose some aperitif drink and enjoy! Prices for drinks between 8-20 euros 💶
Review from Anton via Citysearch
This café pushes its literary and intellectual credentials quite a bit. As a result, the food and drink is a bit pricey, but we enjoyed ours. Try the omelettes for a filling lunch!
Review from Chris via Citysearch
It used to be the the hangout place of Paris intelligentsia in the past. Great people watching spot on St. Germaine boulevard. Don't miss millefeuille and Pierre Herme desserts.
Review from Baran via Citysearch
Agradable ambiente. Buena atención. Rápida. Y las bebidas calientes viene con un chocolatin de chocolate amargo con trocitos de chocolate tostado que es una delicia. Ideal para un descanso
Review from Mariana via Citysearch
Un lieu mythique, j'évite la terrasse trop touristique pour la banquette du fond. Foie gras et un Sauterne, et le plateau de patisserie...! Un service agréable pour les habitués, mais "parisien"!
Review from Ivan P. via Citysearch
Vas a ese lugar principalmente por la historia, a beber una cerveza o un aperitivo. Aún así, toda la comida es muy rica, el plato del día excelente, aunque no esperen mucha variedad, es un café.
Review from Teresa via Citysearch
Frente a St. Germán comemos en un lugar de pasó de artistas en el pasado. Salad Deux Magots , Croquetas, Huevos con jamón y Filet de boeuf en brochettes con un fouquet Val de Loire
Review from LivesOlives Bio via Citysearch
One of my favorite places to enjoy my coffee with a tarte & a good book! The service is lovely, too!
Review from Lenia via Citysearch
Perfectly positioned opposite St Germain des Pres church with delicious hot chocolate and croissant. Ideal place for an elegant French breakfast
Review from Magdalena via Citysearch
That onglet de boeuf though... After a long wait at L'Entrecôte (best steak in Paris) this was the backup, and the steak was no less amazing
Review from Kirsten via Citysearch
Haut lieu parisien chargé d'histoire. La carte est simple, on y mange convenablement. Très sympa pour prendre un verre en terrasse.
Review from Quentin via Citysearch
Bring a copy of A Moveable Feast and enjoy a Salade Deux Magot with a cup of the best Café au Lait in town. This popular French bistro is a spot Hemingway used to frequent and with good reason.
Review from Katie via Citysearch
Once frequented by writers such as Wilde & Hemingway, this place will spark the most intellectual conversations. Enjoy the chocolat chaud after brunch and it will set the mood for the rest of the day.
Review from Jennifer via Citysearch
ESCARGOTS and any Bordeaux combo is heaven. Desert tray!? Dont even get me started on that. Umm like...everything on it to the safe point to spare a sugar coma
Review from Duygu via Citysearch
Classic French cafe with an amazing history. Pricey, but it really does make you feel like you're in the right place. A good alternative to Flore
Review from ZZubin via Citysearch
Classic destination in Paris. Tried breakfast - was excellent. Gets crowded pretty fast in the morning - be there before 930
Review from MEHMET via Citysearch
A must visit and fun cafe in saint germain. Wide variety of age, from aged old customers to young tourists (good clientele) !! Try their chèvre tomate and tarte tatin
Review from Zeina via Citysearch
Loved the desserts specially the Millefeuille 👍🏻. Calm place
Review from Mohammed via Citysearch
Famous with a reputation as the rendezvous of the literary and intellectual élite of the city. It is associated with famous names, such as Simone de Beauvoir, Jean-Paul Sartre, Ernest Hemingway
Review from Karri via Citysearch
We came here because of the history behind this place, we tried the famous hot chocolate &cheesecake 7/10 mango icecream 10/10 🌟
Review from Abeer via Citysearch
You have to go there for their pastries ! If you don't know this place this is one of the famous café in Paris. Try the Grog this is the coffee to taste it
Review from Corentin via Citysearch
Try the classique dejeneure. Croissant, baguette, butter and confitures...with espresso cappuccino or other coffee choice.
Review from Wayne via Citysearch
A very typical French place. It has a cozy busy feel to it. I had so much fun watching the ultra French waiters.
Review from Sanne via Citysearch
An iconic cafe in the Saint Germain district. Said to be a favorite spot of the art and literary elite including Ernest Hemingway and Pablo Picasso. Perfect spot for breakfast and a cappuccino.
Review from Sam via Citysearch