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Le Cafe de Paris Restaurant Review: This is an affordable spot in a charming two-story building on Las Olas Boulevard. The room is cozy, comfy, and casual, the bistro fare rarely awe-inspiring but generally solid. Steak Diane, homemade pâté, and a creamy vichyssoise offer a true Parisian start, the authenticity flowing into main courses such as filet of sole menuniére, veal Françoise, and Dijon-crusted rack of lamb. Desserts are especially gratifying, whether it be fluffy napoleons or a chocolate mousse that is rightfully renowned---one of the lightest renditions you'll likely encounter.