The tap selection isn’t great, it’s mostly Heineken, AB-InBev (Grimbergen, Leffe, etc). However, with over 100 bottles, you can definitely spend some time here. The problem is that the prices aren’t cheap; most 33cl bottles are 8 euro. Good location though, so high prices are to be expected. Typical brasserie food (moules frites, croque monsieurs, salads, etc.) is decent enough.
It’s ok! you can get Carolus triple and Chimay white on tap, so you can’t complain too much. Good location too, in case you are shopping and it starts to rain. I don’t really love this place but I keep winding up back there, so it must not be too terrible. Guess that’s all I can say. Oh and the fries are humorously gross. Like they’ve been fried three or four times. But I suppose you could do worse in Paris!
Very nice location, walking distance to Notre Dame and the Louvre. Located on a beautiful little tree lined side street, (4 rue Saint-Denis). Sidewalk tables are best by far. Belgian beer selection is very good, with all Trappistes available except Westvleteren (so what’s new). Waiters are okay, bar tenders are very helpful and informative. Food is quite good. Everything is expensive, but this ls Paris. Don’t complain; you could be doing much worse than sipping a Rochefort 10 while watching beautiful Parisian women walk by. I have been to Au Trappiste several times and have never been disappointed.