Situated in the 6th Arrondissement of Paris this restaurant is a cross between being simple
yet sophisticated and is an extremely friendly place where you can sample their
specialities from the Basque country.
The menu changes with the seasons depending upon what ingredients are available, but you
could find dishes such as foie gras sautéed with prunes, grilled swordfish, leek
galettes, agneau de sept heures (lamb cooked two different ways for seven hours), grilled
turbot filet on whipped potatoes, duck filet with caramelised pears, poached peaches with
vanilla ice cream and caramel sauce, etc.
Within the Wadia restaurant in Paris there
is an A la Carte menu available, but also a very reasonably priced plat du jour which has
a choice of main courses and either a starter or a dessert and this changes daily.
A very friendly place that you can take all the family without breaking the bank, this
little restaurant in Paris is very popular with
the locals and the owner even speaks a little English, plus there is a very interesting
wine list with wine regions such as the Loire and Languedoc.
Restaurant Guide Key Points
Closed Sunday, Monday lunch, and the week of August 15 Wadja is open for lunch from
12.30pm to 2.30pm on a Tuesday through to a Saturday.
For an evening meal this restaurant is open from 7.30pm to 11pm on a Monday through to a
Wadja is closed on a Sunday and one week during the middle of August.
The average cost of a main course from the A la Carte menu is around 22, however the
menu of the day is great value at only around 18 for two courses, either a starter
and main course, or main course and dessert.
Suitable for all the family with no particular dress code, although it is common place to
see the Parisians dress up more of an evening.
The nearest Metro station is Vavin.
Address & Contract Details:
10, Rue de la Grande-Chaumière
Telephone: 01 46 33 02 02