Paris Restaurants

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  • 226. La Boutique Jaune - Sacha Finkelsztajn

    4 out of 5 stars

    I've always wanted to pop into this Jewish bakery (open since 1946) which specializes in baked goods from eastern Europe and Russia. They bill themselves as la Boutique Jaune and it is hard to miss...

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  • 227. Charlie Birdy

    This one is another of my hangout in my old work area of Montparnasse and as well a meeting place of the expat community especially at their location in 1 pl Etienne Pernet metro commerce. They have...

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  • 228. Le Pot de Terre

    Charming restaurant with outdoor dining just off rue Mouffetard. Here's what I ate for lunch: Salad with foie gras (1.50€ supplement); Grilled lamb in a tarragon sauce with whole garlic cloves;...

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  • 229. Brioche Dorée

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    La Brioche Dorée is a chain of inexpensive bakeries throughout Paris. Probably not my favorite (I prefer the boulangerie of Paul instead), but with around 25 locations in Paris, they're a reliable...

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  • 230. Carette

    4 out of 5 stars

    After a boat ride along the Seine, we debarked at the Trocadero and were all starved. As it was a little late in the lunch hour, the first place we stopped the maitre de was less than inviting when we...

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  • 231. La Cordonnerie

    5 out of 5 stars

    Good friends of ours took us here on our last visit. It is very small, 20 seats in all, with a staff of 2, the chef and the server. While service can be a bit slow the ambiance and quality make the...

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  • 232. American Dream

    1 out of 5 stars

    If you are nearing the end of your trip and you are starting to yearn for food just like back home... You might be attracted by the facade showing the Blues Brothers and Elvis, it just seemed so out...

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  • 233. Dominique Bouchet

    5 out of 5 stars

    We had read about Dominique Bouchet for years and were thrilled to be able to get reservations during our visit to Paris. The decor is modern, yet understated. Not flashy, but definitely comfortable....

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  • 234. Cremaillere 1900

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    One of several restaurants in place de Tertre. We thought this would be well out of our price range due to the touristy location but it was actually quite reasonable. Many of the restaurants do...

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  • 235. La Galette Des Moulins

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The French are famous for their pastries and as we walked through the city we saw them in cafes and bakery windows everywhere. We dropped into this one for coffee and pastry as we walked the side...

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  • 236. Le Loir Dans La Théière

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    This small place in the Marais quarter of Paris sports the best (and largest!) tarts in Paris. Try it on an empty stomach - it'll cost you 6 euro, but you won't need to eat anything else for the rest...

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  • 237. Pierre Herme

    5 out of 5 stars

    PIERRE HERME: best macarons in the world. We tried them at all possible places in Paris: Laduree, Paul, LeNotre, etc. Nothing can even come close to Pierre Herme - simply the best! For locations...

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  • 238. L'Ardoise 86 - Jean Bart

    Not far from Place des Vosges, this little Breton bistro serves crepes, and larger meals such as moules frites. We went for the later, and very good they were too. I think they were 8euros, which is a...

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  • 239. L'Ecurie

    A small restaurant in the Latin quarter, L'Ecurie is a very popular place with the locals in the 5th Arrondissement. We had a fantastic meal here for 15 Euro per person (not including wine). Strongly...

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  • 240. Brasserie La Pointe St. Eustache

    typical French traditional resto in the area of the church Saint Eustache , walking by and thought of VT. here is a photo of this nice place in a nice area One of my strongest point its open every day...

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  • 241. Le Soufflot Cafe

    We had dinner at a cafe around the corner and did not enjoy the meal, so I decided we would walk up to the Le Souffflot which I had seen earlier that day whilst visiting the Pantheon. It was a good...

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  • 242. Aux Vieux Cèdre

    Aux Vieux Cèdre, a Lebanese sandwich shop, falls under the mega-cheap lunches category! For less than 3€, I enjoyed a simple goat cheese sandwich with lettuce & tomato. Very filling, very tasty, very...

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  • 243. Berko

    To celebrate my friend's birthday, we found the prettiest quaint little bakery in which to enjoy a special treat. It was a trying experience... choosing which little treats to enjoy! Berko is a...

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  • 244. Foyer De La Madeleine

    Not exactly in the church but in the basement - Under the posh Madeleine church, is a small / cheap restaurant. Not only the location is original (in the XVIIth century's church cellars) but the...

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  • 245. Le Paris Orsay

    We sometimes arrive at the Musée d'Orsay at lunch time or are leaving it at lunch time. There is a lovely restaurant inside the museum, but it always seems very noisy and crowded and we are either...

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  • 246. La Bonne Excuse

    We found this new restaurant down the street from our apartment and love it. We planned to go to another restaurant (across the street) and accidentally walked into La Bonne Excuse without looking at...

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  • 247. Allard

    This restaurant has been written up in guidebooks and based on other travellers' recommendations we decided to book a table via www.bestrestaurantsparis.com. Strangely enough you need to enter not on...

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  • 248. Bistrot Victoires

    The 1st Arrondissement is the home to, amongst other attractions, the Louvre and is therefore one of the most touristic in Paris. While you’ll find plenty of sandwich shops and even a McDonald’s and...

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  • 249. Austerlitz K'fe

    We had a bit of time to spare before catching our train to Orléans and as it happened to be right around lunch time, we thought we'd walk around the Austerlitz train station to find a decent cafe. At...

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  • 250. Cafe Mollien

    This cafe has a balcony setting that is outdoors and with a view of the Pyramid entrance and the fountains. You may have to wait a while for a table but the view makes it worth it. We waited about 30...

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It's good that walking in Paris is so enjoyable, because dining in Paris provides endless possibilities to expand your waistline! How to choose? You can eat at Michelin 3 stars, classic bistros...

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