Respond to Review of Au Grain de Folie
by Tom Corden
Review: Went here after I decided to actually bother looking up some places to eat in Paris rather than just eating in obvious places. It's very small with about 5 tables and the owner is the sole worker, so book in advance and expect a wait for food (I feel a little hypocritical though as I didn't book, but got a table and was served pretty fast). As for the food it was mostly grains, pulses and salady type stuff at generally the same price as most restaurants (about 12 euros per person). Overall the food was excellent and the atmosphere was nice, however a couple of issues, one was the price of drinks, my girlfriend ordered a lemonade and said it was the best she'd ever had, but at 2.50 euros for a teeny tiny glass I have to disagree, the other was the woman serving who initially came across as quite rude and snappy. Don't let these put you off though, this place is worth a try if you like that sort of food.