Cafe De Paris

★★★★☆
  • 109 Main St

    Edmonds, WA 98020

    Map & Directions
  • 425-771-2350

About Cafe De Paris

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Hours
Lunch: Mon-Fri 11:30 am - 2 pm Dinner: Sun-Thrs 5:30 pm - 9 pm; Fri - Sat 5:30 pm - 10 pm
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Food

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I went here a few years ago. Food was acceptable but not great. I lived in France so I'm probably too judgmental. It's what Americans think is good French food and I suppose that's all you can ask for in Edmonds. The service, on the

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I went here a few years ago. Food was acceptable but not great. I lived in France so I'm probably too judgmental. It's what Americans think is good French food and I suppose that's all you can ask for in Edmonds. The service, on the

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My husband and I recently dined at Cafe De Paris on valentines day for dinner. We arrived with a pleasant surprise of a live guitarist. The music made the night just right, and the decorations were a great addition. The staff was very

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My husband and I recently dined at Cafe De Paris on valentines day for dinner. We arrived with a pleasant surprise of a live guitarist. The music made the night just right, and the decorations were a great addition. The staff was very

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Went to Cafe de Paris last night. We really liked the food (the smoked salmon appetizer was fantastic, by the way!). We've spent quite a bit of time in France and were very impressed that the food was very typically French, not

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★★★★★

Went to Cafe de Paris last night. We really liked the food (the smoked salmon appetizer was fantastic, by the way!). We've spent quite a bit of time in France and were very impressed that the food was very typically French, not

Pros: Food

Cons: Service

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I found the server very friendly and attentive. If there is sometime's a little wait,it

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Perhaps we have high expectations of a French restaurant, but we were a little disappointed by the food here and the ambience left a bit to be desired.\r
Please note this is not a "budget" restaurant as noted by Citysearch (not under $20 a

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Perhaps we have high expectations of a French restaurant, but we were a little disappointed by the food here and the ambience left a bit to be desired.\r
Please note this is not a "budget" restaurant as noted by Citysearch (not under $20 a

Pros: Free parking

Cons: Decor, ambience

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This review is to counter the one that said the food was mediocre and cafeteria-quality.

I took my visiting friend to the Cafe de Paris recently. At first, he was disappointed that the waitress did not understand him, when he ordered completely in French! But when his food arrived, he was in heaven.

I forgot to mention that my friend is 100% French. After our meal, he was so thilled that he insisted that we go back and congratulate the chef, which we did. They both had a wonderful time chatting in French, (finally.)
On our way home, my friend informed me that his meal was the BEST French food he had ever had -- better than the best restaurants in Paris (!!) At first, I though he was just exaggerating, but he kept going on and on, but I eventually believed him. I did enjoy my meal, by the way.

The music on guitar by Enrique was charming, and our server was sassy, and nice. Best of all, the $$ cost was reasonable. It is not the classiest atmosphere you've ever seen, but functional, clean and nice.
When my friend visits again, I will definitely be taking him back there.
I am taking my Mother there tomorrow for Mother's Day...

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★★★★★

This review is to counter the one that said the food was mediocre and cafeteria-quality.

I took my visiting friend to the Cafe de Paris recently. At first, he was disappointed that the waitress did not understand him, when he ordered completely in French! But when his food arrived, he was in heaven.

I forgot to mention that my friend is 100% French. After our meal, he was so thilled that he insisted that we go back and congratulate the chef, which we did. They both had a wonderful time chatting in French, (finally.)
On our way home, my friend informed me that his meal was the BEST French food he had ever had -- better than the best restaurants in Paris (!!) At first, I though he was just exaggerating, but he kept going on and on, but I eventually believed him. I did enjoy my meal, by the way.

The music on guitar by Enrique was charming, and our server was sassy, and nice. Best of all, the $$ cost was reasonable. It is not the classiest atmosphere you've ever seen, but functional, clean and nice.
When my friend visits again, I will definitely be taking him back there.
I am taking my Mother there tomorrow for Mother's Day...

Pros: Good service, good service, good food

Cons: Not a beautiful decor, but nice

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Moved up north to buy a house and trying to find good places to eat up here. We check this place out for lunch because of the good reviews. I'll make this short and sweet, kinda. We are seated at a table with vinyl tablecloth and cheap plastic flowers. Its dark inside on a sunny day and all the other customers there were senior citizens eating soup and salad. We ordered the pate de maison and the beef bourguignon. The pate was a slice you get off a loaf at the grocery store served with canned peaches and olives. The beef was a pot-roast served with really overcooked noodles. The server was sweet in a very awkward way and I overheard her telling someone else that the chef is scary. Don't go here for french food of any kind. If your grandma wants to go to the waterfront to eat soup and salad this is the place for you.

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★☆☆☆☆

Moved up north to buy a house and trying to find good places to eat up here. We check this place out for lunch because of the good reviews. I'll make this short and sweet, kinda. We are seated at a table with vinyl tablecloth and cheap plastic flowers. Its dark inside on a sunny day and all the other customers there were senior citizens eating soup and salad. We ordered the pate de maison and the beef bourguignon. The pate was a slice you get off a loaf at the grocery store served with canned peaches and olives. The beef was a pot-roast served with really overcooked noodles. The server was sweet in a very awkward way and I overheard her telling someone else that the chef is scary. Don't go here for french food of any kind. If your grandma wants to go to the waterfront to eat soup and salad this is the place for you.

Pros: waterfront

Cons: food, decor, menu

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The atmosphere was elegant and quiet, pretty romantic in the evening time. The food is excellent, I had the Filet de Beouf Bearnaise which I HIGHLY recommend,. The steak was tender, juicy and flavorful, the bearnaise sauce was delicious and made from scratch. The meal comes with a variety of veggies and potatoes. It wasn't too expensive the dinner prices ranging from $14 to $20. Our service was attentive and friendly, I would highly recommend this restaurant for people who love good food. Oh yes the lamb is also excellent!

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★★★★★

The atmosphere was elegant and quiet, pretty romantic in the evening time. The food is excellent, I had the Filet de Beouf Bearnaise which I HIGHLY recommend,. The steak was tender, juicy and flavorful, the bearnaise sauce was delicious and made from scratch. The meal comes with a variety of veggies and potatoes. It wasn't too expensive the dinner prices ranging from $14 to $20. Our service was attentive and friendly, I would highly recommend this restaurant for people who love good food. Oh yes the lamb is also excellent!

Pros: Food, live guitar Fri and Sat, service

Cons: no complaints here

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This restaurant has been here for as long as I can remember. They are open for lunch and then again for dinner. At lunch time my favorite meal is the avacado salad and french onion soup. For dinner my favorite is the salmon with champagne sauce, or maybe the orange duck. Hard choice. I tell you, you could eat dinner here every night for months and never eat the same entree twice. Also you would never get tired of the food. Each dish has it's own unique flavor. Also if you want a show, order the flambe. You will be in for a treat.

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★★★★☆

This restaurant has been here for as long as I can remember. They are open for lunch and then again for dinner. At lunch time my favorite meal is the avacado salad and french onion soup. For dinner my favorite is the salmon with champagne sauce, or maybe the orange duck. Hard choice. I tell you, you could eat dinner here every night for months and never eat the same entree twice. Also you would never get tired of the food. Each dish has it's own unique flavor. Also if you want a show, order the flambe. You will be in for a treat.

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The Cafe De Paris has been a favorite of my family for many years! Have never had a bad experience with the food! Always amazing quality, especially the French Onion Soup!

Customer service is a bit lacking in some of the hostesses, and Enrique the guitarist is a tad loud (so don't come in the evening if you want a "quiet" dinner). It's a very cozy setting, with a great view and wonderful food. Need I say more?

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★★★★★

The Cafe De Paris has been a favorite of my family for many years! Have never had a bad experience with the food! Always amazing quality, especially the French Onion Soup!

Customer service is a bit lacking in some of the hostesses, and Enrique the guitarist is a tad loud (so don't come in the evening if you want a "quiet" dinner). It's a very cozy setting, with a great view and wonderful food. Need I say more?

Pros: French Onion Soup, Chocolate Mousse, Ambiance

Cons: , Hostess

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The food, from the rock-hard butter patties to the limp vegetables to the roadkill entree, was entirely forgettable. The atmosphere is more Denny's than it is Parisian cafe. Service was prompt.

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★☆☆☆☆

The food, from the rock-hard butter patties to the limp vegetables to the roadkill entree, was entirely forgettable. The atmosphere is more Denny's than it is Parisian cafe. Service was prompt.

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Cafateria food. With an overall rating of 9.2 on Citysearch I was confident that I had found a sure hit. The french bread was very unexceptional (I love interesting tasty bread). My main entree was veal which was in a very salty mustard sauce. My husband had Duck Ala Orange which came as 2 large drumsticks and tasted and looked more like Peking duck. Our side dishes were over cooked carrots, broccoli, and potatos that were so over cooked they were glutinous. The food overall appeared as if it had come off an assemble line and had been precooked and kept hot ready to be served. I would have been willing to pay $6-$10 for an entree, but their prices were $14-$22 which definitely was not comparable to the food quality. For reference Herb Farm 8.2, Canlis 8.5, Anthony's Homeport 6.7, Cafe De Paris 9.2?

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★★☆☆☆

Cafateria food. With an overall rating of 9.2 on Citysearch I was confident that I had found a sure hit. The french bread was very unexceptional (I love interesting tasty bread). My main entree was veal which was in a very salty mustard sauce. My husband had Duck Ala Orange which came as 2 large drumsticks and tasted and looked more like Peking duck. Our side dishes were over cooked carrots, broccoli, and potatos that were so over cooked they were glutinous. The food overall appeared as if it had come off an assemble line and had been precooked and kept hot ready to be served. I would have been willing to pay $6-$10 for an entree, but their prices were $14-$22 which definitely was not comparable to the food quality. For reference Herb Farm 8.2, Canlis 8.5, Anthony's Homeport 6.7, Cafe De Paris 9.2?

Pros: Close to Ferry, Tender snails

Cons: Over priced, Cafateria quality, Unauthentic

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Cafe de Paris is OK, not the best spot in Edmonds, but worth a visit. Food is pretty good, service is about as slow as it is in most Paris restaurants. Definitely better to go when the guitar guy is there, and definitely make reservations.

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★★★★☆

Cafe de Paris is OK, not the best spot in Edmonds, but worth a visit. Food is pretty good, service is about as slow as it is in most Paris restaurants. Definitely better to go when the guitar guy is there, and definitely make reservations.

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Bare none, the best French food I've ever had in the US.

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★★★★★

Bare none, the best French food I've ever had in the US.

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Romaintic, delicious food, excellent value and wonderful music by Enrique.

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★★★★★

Romaintic, delicious food, excellent value and wonderful music by Enrique.

Pros: Enrique's music, Fine French cuisine, Romantic atmosphere

 

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