Anyway, funnily enough, many of the bartenders at the Moose during my stint in Paris were from New Zealand. A group of us quickly befriended two in particular, Darrin & Mark. After all, a bartender is one of the most important friends that one can have. I hold many close to my heart. Now, maybe I'm referencing this local pub as an economically sound establishment because of the preferential treatment we occasionally received? Or maybe it's because there are typically weekly "happy hour" type deals, as well as meal deals. Let's just say that I think I spent more time at the Moose than any other single place in my 5 months in Paris.
If you're looking for authentic French food, then this isn't your joint. BUT, if you're in need of a little slice of home pie, then here are a few items off the Moose menu that I'd recommend:
- Classic Moose Poutine
- Chicken Stir Fry Pita
The Moosehead beer should go without saying..And of course for dessert:
Now, the last time I was in Paris was in 2001, so the prices and menu might have changed a bit; and of course, I don't recommend dining out for every meal.. BUT either way, you'll get the most for your money here.
If you do get a chance to swing by the Moose, please stop by and let me know if everything's still as delicious as it was 7 years ago.