Sunday, May 22

Restaurant Review: It’s not very cheap. Getting a table is not easy. But we always come back.

At the very bottom of the loop, at the very top among the city’s French restaurants.

Guests thrive in classic French interiors such as long leather sofas and rattan chairs.

Raise your hand to anyone who knows the difference between a brasserie and a bistro!

Should you be a little unsure, a visit to Le Benjamin can be effective learning. There, the characteristics are clear from the moment you enter the small room: A large bar where today’s menu is written down on blackboards. Authentic French food. Solid wine menu. Add to that the fact that the restaurant is family run and located in a nice neighborhood – voila, un bistro!

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