On the 3rd day of our trip, we started off by eating lunch at the le “Relaise de l’Entreóte.” At first, I wasn’t fond of the place. It was packed, no kids menu, no place to park Liam’s stroller, and there was a line. My first impression of the workers: RUDE. We witnessed one of them argue with one couple waiting in line. But the said couple stayed and waited for their turn to be served. I figured, if they were treated that way and stayed, then this place must be worth the wait! It sure was a pleasant surprise! Steak and Frites? Really? Yep, it was goodilicous. They even give you a second plate if you want. They are the reason for my new found love for Mon Ami Gabi’s steak frites ‘classique’ here in DC.
We walked back to avenue des Champs-Elysées after the delicious lunch to catch one of the tour buses. We let the little one run loose before taking the tour. One of our stops along the way is one of Liam’s favorite stores in Champs ~ the BMW dealership. He loves this place so much that he always asks if he could go in every time we passed it.
We love taking the double decker city tour buses. It all started during our vacation in Rome circa 2011. It’s a great way to see sites. The bus takes you to all the famous landmarks and places. You can hop on and hop off. The schedule is great. And it’s perfect ~ especially if it’s your first time visiting the country/city and want to see all the tourist-y stuff.
Dinner was at George V today. You can never go wrong in Paris when it comes to food. Just about everything they served in anywhere was deelish. That said, George V was our least favorite. I had the duck breast and Lanie had the braised beef, which she did not enjoy. It may have been that our lunch was so good that it just didn’t compare. Expectations got a little higher after le Relaise de l’Entreótesince!