There is a lot to like about this bustling corner bistro: The cooking is honest, the location is easy, and it’s open every day.
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It’s always a challenge to find a great meal on Monday when many restaurants are shuttered. Here’s where we’re eating.
Wondering where you can actually get a good meal on a Sunday?
This year, we’ve been extra annoying on your behalf, making repeated calls and emails to more than 400 restaurants to confirm their exact plans. The good news for diners: holiday closures have shortened dramatically compared with past years, and many restaurants are staying open all summer. Whether you want to search for the schedule of a particular restaurant, or find out what’s open by date, you’ll have plenty to choose from this season.
Parisian restaurants tend to be tiny, and getting a reservation can be somewhat challenging at many of the top tables. Don’t want to jump through hoops to get a great meal?
The modern French bistro is alive, well, and not entirely staffed or filled with foreigners.
Each month we collect the reviews that interest us most, add excerpts to the pages collected in Our Guide to Paris Restaurants (and shops) and present you with a summary. We update it continuously throughout the month, with the newer reviews appearing at the top. For serious restaurant geeks only.
Each month we collect the reviews that interest us most, add excerpts to the pages collected in Our Guide to Paris Restaurants (and shops) and present you with a summary. We update it continuously throughout the month, with the newer reviews appearing at the top. For serious restaurant geeks only. Restaurant Reviews New or Newish […]
Looking to eat some classic French bistro cooking? You might have an easier time finding hamburgers and sushi. Alexander Lobrano explores the growing displacement of French food in Paris.
You haven’t booked anything yet. Where can you probably still get in? Café des Musées (01 42 72 96 17) – affordable French in the Marais. Charbon Rouge (01 40 70 09 99) – upscale carnivory around the Champs-Elysées. West Country Girl (01 47 00 72 54) – hipster crêpes in Oberkampf. Au Boeuf Couronné (01 […]
Ignore the food at these joints and snag a table for soaking up the sun in a spectacular setting. They can’t screw up opening a bottle of wine or pulling a pint too badly.