Food Tips in Paris
Are you going on holiday to Paris? Don’t skip the hotspots! We have made for you a list with 8 restaurants Paris. It is not always an easy decision where to eat when you’re in a city that you don’t know that well. We figured it all out just for you!
As you maybe know, France is known for its cheeses and wines, but there is so much more than that!
Seb’on is a nice bistro. The dishes are made of fresh ingredients. Beside that there is nice food, there is also a nice atmosphere going. Many people have experienced this. It’s smart to reserve a table on time. The owners of the restaurant are chef Heloin and hostess Dorota. The service that Dorota gives makes you feel very welcome. Beside the nice food, it is really cozy. That’s why many people liked it here.
Adress: 62 Rue d’Orsel, 75018 Paris, France
2. L’ecluse Madeleine
From avenue de Champs-Élysées it is a twenty minute walk to L’ecluse. It is a restaurant but also a wine bar. They have nice traditional French food and they have more than forty kinds of Bordeaux wines. You can say that the restaurant has a very French classic style.
Adress: 15 Place de la Madeleine, 75008 Paris, France
3. Le jourdain
It is outside the centre of Paris, but you can travel with the metro and it is about 15 minutes to go there. The products are bought fresh on the local market every morning. This is why the menu can be depends on the day. The main ingredient of Le Jourdain is fish.
Adress: 101 Rue des Couronnes, 75020 Paris, France
When it’s a hot summer day, and you need something cold, this is the place to be! The Berthillon offers the best ice cream. It is a very popular place in Paris to eat ice-cream. Berthillon is a family-run business making lots of ice creams in different colors, textures and flavors. The reputation of this ice saloon has spread far and wide. The ice creams are made from natural ingredients with no chemical preservatives or sweetener. A reason to taste a scoop of ice cream. Their recipes are secret, only they know the exact proportions of the ingredients.
Adress: 29-31 Rue Saint-Louis en l’Île, 75004 Paris, France
5. La Grande Cremerie
La Grande Cremerie is located in the heart of Paris, near Saint Germain. The restaurant has a warm and friendy vibe. Most people are here for the typical French wines and local French dishes. La Grande Cremerie is known for its natural wines and Champagnes. Also there is a wide selection of (French) cheeses.
Adress: 8 Rue Grégoire de Tours, 75006 Paris, France
6. Frenchie to go
Searching for a nice place to lunch? At Frenchie to go, you have different tasty sandwiches and baked goods! The sandwiches are American and British inspired, so not the typical French food. But that doesn’t mean that it isn’t good! The sandwiches are fresh made and you can also drink a good cup of coffee. Places like this aren’t easy to find in Paris. So if you like something else then the typical baguette, you should definitely go here!
Adress: 9 Rue du Nil, 75002 Paris, France
7. Breizh café
This café is known for its crepes, but it is not just an average crêperie. It has a Japanese twist to it. This makes it interesting and different. This is an example of as starter: a plate of creuse oysters, made with potato, smoked herring and herring roe with goats cheese, honey and salad. All ingredients are of high quality. The Breizh Café is not only in Paris but you can also find it in: Cancale, Saint-Malo and even Tokyo itself!
Adress: 109 Rue Vieille du Temple, 75003 Paris, France
The name says it already, it is a bistro in Paris. Their motto is: The pleasure to please! The bistro offers meals from local and seasonal products. Bistrotters has a typical 1900’s French cuisine. The special thing is that the tpyical french dishes have a twist of international. They have several labels, for example: ‘’Les produits d’ici, Cuisinés ici’’ (local products, cooked here). This label certifies that the products come from a local family farm. The dishes are made with only fresh and raw products. You can be sure that nothing is frozen or prepared differently! What’s even better than a fresh cooked meal?
Adress: 9 Rue Decrès, 75014 Paris, France