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Ideal for a late-night refuel, this bistro whips up classic grub 24/7 for drunk tourists and a faithful band of locals.
Sometimes a drunken snack just isn’t enough after a heavy night out. So it’s lucky that you can grab a proper Parisian meal at any hour of the day at Le Rey, a 24-hour bistro that serves all sorts of classic French dishes. If you’re after something lighter, then a mixed salad (€11-€15) or a croque monsieur (€8.50) may well do the job, but for something more filling, try the steak or saucisse aligot (a sort of French bangers and mash). The portions are very generous, while the cooking is generally pretty well done. Sure, it’s not the best sausage dish ever, and the accompanying salad comes with way too much vinaigrette, but it’s just what’s needed for a warming late-night refuel. The heated terrace is also a welcome addition.
TRANSLATION: FLORA HUDSON