Paris Restaurants

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  • 226. Le Marathon

    Maybe not very French, I can't really remember what else was on the menu, but I was so very hungry, and this place looked not as noisy and crowded as the other restaurants in the Latin Quarter. I am...

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  • 227. Wok Cooking

    This nice asian-cooking restaurant is tucked into a small street behind the busy rue de Lappe in the Bastille area. Long wooden table with very minimalist/zen atmosphere, simple but beautiful bamboo...

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  • 228. Kok Ping

    Chinese and Thai specialities Service and COOKING PREPEARED by a THAI Chef and a Chinese Chef. PAY ATTENTION: Ouvert tous les jours sauf samedi midi! I especially love Restaurants where the table...

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  • 229. Chez Leon

    Serves couscous. Roomy bright and cheerful restaurant not far from Gare de Lyon, a bit away from the crowds and hectic of the railway station. Eat only once. Tried the fish with couscous it was a...

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  • 230. Chez Janou

    A charming bistro in le Marais district, Chez Janou is a nice discovery. It is tucked away in the narrow alleys of the neighbourhood, serving mainly locals. The food is delicious French and Provençal...

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  • 231. Monte Carlo

    Tuck away not far from Arc de Triomphe (Arc de Triumph) is a self-service local french food restaurant which is based on cafeteria style with nice ambient. You get to pick your choice of entrees,...

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  • 232. Cafe de Paris

    Cafe de Paris is a typical french restaurante located in the heart of the most popular area of the city. At two blocks from the Boulevard Saint Germain, this restaurant is always open, and always...

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  • 233. Churrasqueira Galo

    This Portuguese restaurant was a lucky find on a very wet Sunday afternoon coming down from Sacré Coeur with another dozen VT members that had started the day out at the "Deux Moulins" café (of Amelie...

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  • 234. Le Loir dans la Théière

    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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  • 235. Le Pre Verre

    Le Prè Verre is a very modern, busy restaurant that serves French dishes with an Asian twist. The dècor is all about clean lines and a 'quirky' atmosphere. They have an extensive wine list, but, as I...

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  • 236. L'Os à Moelle

    This place is popular with the locals; young and professional crowd. It is small, around 10 tables. The menu offers little choice, Chef Thierry Faucher one of the young protégés of Christian Constant...

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  • 237. Le Navigator

    This was a good restaurant in le Quartier Latin which some friends had insisted we try. I don't recall exactly what we had, but I do remember that the food was good, and the waiter very friendly (I...

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  • 238. Le Petit Yvan

    High quality food Cheaper and more fun than the famous "Ivan" restaurant next door (same owner, same kitchen). More than the excellent food is the atmosphere which starts quiet as a classic stylish...

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  • 239. 7 eme Sud

    7eme Sud specializes in southern, or "a la provencale" dishes. We went there with friends and really enjoyed the nice, casual atmosphere of the place. We all went for pasta (there were many different...

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  • 240. Atelier Maitre Albert

    Atelier Maitre Albert is a part of the Guy Savoy restaurant empire. The thing that makes this restaurant uniques from some of the others is the fact that they specialize in rotisserie meats and fish....

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  • 241. Pinxo

    On our last night in Paris in 2012 we were staying in the St Germaine area and so we looked up some restaurants in the area that we could use with our Restopolitan Card. We saw that this one was a few...

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  • 242. Le Relais de Venise

    Well, I have an interesting sort of review. This restaurant is known for its delicious steak; however, I do not eat beef. However, the restaurant did a pretty good job of accommodating for me. I had...

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  • 243. Au Pied de Fouet

    In Parijs kun je overal eten, maar vaak óf duur of café-eten en vaak erg touristisch. Au Pied de Fouet heeft drie restaurants. De keuken is traditioneel Frans, eenvoudig, maar jongens wat een lekker...

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  • 244. Fukushiyama

    I wanted to enjoy dinner near my hotel where I don't feel like squeezed into a small place. Fukushiyama has the space that made me feel comfortable than in a typical restaurants in Paris I've been to...

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  • 245. Mariage Freres

    Mariage Frères is one of my favorite restaurants in Paris and i should not post about it, just to keep it as "my secret" in Paris. First, you come in the restaurant and smells all these incredible...

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  • 246. Le Bomarais

    Definitely not a tourist trap, this popular eatery offers an added dining room upstairs to accommodate the crowd. On a weekend night, Le Bomarais was so busy that it was difficult to navigate to a...

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  • 247. Forêt Noire

    A new place to stop off at in Odéon at any time of the day: Forêt Noire is not just a tea-room as its name suggests, they also serve a wide choice of savoury delicacies at lunch time, matched by a...

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  • 248. Thoumieux

    This is a bustling traditional French bistro/brasserie. favored by Parisians and tourists in the know. The food is good and the price is right. I prefer La Fontaine de Mars for charm and quality of...

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  • 249. La Palette

    Just outside gard du Nord, my Sis and I used to have breakfast there every single morning. Typical French cafe but the smell of Coffee, croissant and Guloise cigaretts are a real flavour of Paris....

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  • 250. Le Ti Jos

    The Ti Jos is a traditionnal and familial breton restaurant. You will eat there some of the best crepe in Paris, with pure salted butter inside ;-) Take a moment to look at the old furnitures, typical...

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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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