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Pierre Gagnaire

Pierre Gagnaire

Pierre Gagnaire, known for his fusion cuisine, is one of France’s most celebrated chefs. Despite having restaurants in London, Las Vegas and Dubai, he still runs a tight ship at his eponymous restaurant in Paris. If you don’t feel... Read More

Pavillon Montsouris

Pavillon Montsouris

Overlooking the beautiful landscape of nearby Parc Montsouris, this gorgeously decorated restaurant also offers excellent cooking and highly attentive service. The real charm of Pavillon Montsouris is its ability to transport you into... Read More

Les Tablettes

Les Tablettes

Jean Louis Nomico’s new restaurant in the 16th arrondissement serves sophisticated dishes with a homemade feel. Carefully placed mirrors and bold, textured walls give the venue a sense of vastness, while the menu itself boasts a... Read More

Le Jules Verne

Le Jules Verne

Located on the second floor of the Eiffel Tower, Le Jules Verne offers an unforgettable dining experience 125m above Paris. Chef Pascal Féraud’s menu is surprisingly unpretentious, focusing on traditional French cuisine at its very... Read More

La Fourchette du Printemps

La Fourchette du Printemps

Located off the beaten track in the 17th arrondissement, La Fourchette du Printemps serves modern French cuisine via a series of set menus. Original presentation is just as important as flavour here, with soup served in tiny mugs and... Read More

Kong

Kong

Sex and the City fans will instantly recognize Kong as the futuristic eatery where Carrie met her boyfriend’s icy ex-wife. Its enormous glass windows and views over Paris are impressive, though the slightly over the top Japanese... Read More

Twinkies

Twinkies

With its cute, canteen-style interior, Twinkies is the perfect place for a hearty, hangover brunch. Scandinavian, American, English and French breakfasts are all served with hot drinks and freshly squeezed juice. The long queues at... Read More

Les Garcons Bouchers

Les Garcons Bouchers

Thoroughly traditional French cuisine feels right at home at Les Garcons Bouchers. When you’ve had enough of crêpes, tapas and falafel seek out this tastefully decorated restaurant in the 11th arrondissement for hearty dishes for... Read More

L’Etoile de Montmartre

L’Etoile de Montmartre

This little-known gem in the 18th arrondissement offers top service for mid-range prices, with some of the friendliest waiting staff in the area and mains hovering in the €14-16 range. Their starters are also delicious –... Read More

Le Blah Blah

Le Blah Blah

Tucked down a side street in the trendy Strasbourg Saint-Denis area, Le Blah Blah offers a great atmosphere and even better tapas. Diners come together on communal tables to tuck into ceviche, Spanish hams and smoked mozzarella and... Read More

Le Refuge des Fondues

Le Refuge des Fondues

Eccentric, intimate, bizarre… this truly unique eatery in Montmartre has its customers fry their own meat and drink wine out of baby bottles. It is a surreal experience, and certainly not for everyone, but with mains costing around... Read More

La Maison Mère

La Maison Mère

It may have a French name, but this trendy bistro is straight out of New York. The menu includes an array of T-bone and Angus steaks as well as, more unusually, grilled cockerel and bone marrow sandwiches. The modern décor with its... Read More

La Ferrandaise

La Ferrandaise

A popular venue among locals, Le Ferrandaise prides itself on traditional cuisine and regional produce. The décor inside has a distinctly artisan quality, complete with stone walls, wooden arches and sprawling rural landscapes painted... Read More

L’As du Falafel

L’As du Falafel

For affordable falafel at its tastiest (and zaniest), look no further than L’As du Falafel in the super hip Marais district. Though hardly a corner stone of traditional French cuisine, this fried snack has seen an explosion of... Read More

Domaine de Lintillac

Domaine de Lintillac

If you like duck, look no further. Domaine de Lintillac offers menus almost exclusively dedicated to duck in a variety of forms. Prices are very reasonable with a hearty plate of roast duck, sautéed potatoes and salad coming in at... Read More

Crêperie Saint-Germain

Crêperie Saint-Germain

Paris is so full of crêperies that it can be tough to stumble across a really good one. The Crêperie Saint-Germain, tucked down the side of the buzzing Place Saint-Michel, is one to enter on the good list. Although the décor has a... Read More

Chartier

Chartier

A former train station, Chartier was classified a National Heritage Site of France in 1989 and was originally a cheap eatery, providing hot, hearty stews to Parisian workers. Fast-forward 100 years and the restaurant maintains its... Read More

Breizh Café

Breizh Café

Another purveyor of delicious yet affordable crepes, the Breizh Café also offers a vast selection of artisanal ciders, adding a provincial touch to this charming little eatery at the heart of the Marais. Mains start at only €7,... Read More

Bistrot du Peintre

Bistrot du Peintre

Its elaborate wooden décor and chandeliers may look imposing, but there’s nothing scary about this charming bistro’s prices. With main meals hovering around the €12 marker, there’s something for every palette here. Try... Read More

Bistrot Victoires

Bistrot Victoires

You can tuck into some of the finest rib-eye steak in Paris, without breaking the bank, at this classical bistro at the heart of the city. A main meal at Bistrot Victoires will only set you back around €11 so you can sit back, relax,... Read More


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