A table! I do not publish any article about restaurant since March and I have almost four months late. Today I’ll tell you about Bastide d’Opio, a Provencal restaurant in the sixth district of Paris. With my greddy girlfriends, we booked out table by lafourchette.com and had 40% off on our bill.
Bastide d’Opio – Food from South of France
Food: There are things more or less original and evything doesn’t worth a test. For starters, the lobster soup was good but faster * sickening, the shrimp salad* was ordinary but the ravioli really worthed it. Main course, Provencal pasta were good but on the skewer bracket was disappointing… But one thing is certain, it is rich, so much that we do not take dessert. (*) My memory fails, I’m not quite sure of the names of courses
Price: Considering the quality of the food, I would say that it’s expensive. As we had 40% off, it cost us less than 15 € for 2 courses.
Place: Some wood, warm colors, a dim light: the place is pleasant and reminds us of the South of France.
Final verdict: It’s expensive according to the quality of the food. While we are at the heart of Paris but it is not worth the prices.
Bastide d’Opio 9 rue Guisarde – 75006 Paris Tel : 01 43 29 01 84 www.bistrot-opio.com