Practical information Address: 49 rue de Turenne, 75003 Nearest transport: Chemin Vert (8), St. Paul (1) Hours: Open every day for lunch & dinning Reservations: Walk-ins welcome Telephone: 01 42 72 96 17 Average price for lunch: 20-39€ Average price for dinner: 40-59€ Style of cuisine: Classic French Website Book Online Reviews of interest Reviews under … Continue reading Café des Musées
Booking restaurants in Paris can be a nightmare. Even for those who speak French, simply getting a human being on the other end of the phone can be a challenge. Thankfully, a growing number of good tables are now bookable online. Below, you’ll find the restaurants in our guide that accept reservations through the click of a button.
All of the restaurants in Our Guide to Paris, organized by location
Wondering where you can actually get a good meal on a Sunday?
Monday can be a difficult day for dining in Paris, but there are still plenty of great options to choose from. 75001 (Louvre, Palais-Royal, Les Halles) Walk-Ins Welcome Ellsworth (dinner only on Mon) – small plates, vegetarian options Hakata Choten – Japanese, ramen Verjus Bar à Vins – wine bar, snacks Le Garde-Robe – wine bar, small plates Willi’s … Continue reading Paris Restaurants Open on Monday
Favorite Classic Bistros Juveniles Le Griffonier Philou Chez Michel Bistrot Paul Bert Chez l’Ami Jean Terroir Parisien L’Assiette Chez Georges By Neighborhood 75001 (Louvre, Palais-Royal, Les Halles) Juveniles La Régalade Saint Honoré (open Mon) La Tour de Montlhéry – Chez Denise (open Mon) Pharamond 75002 (Sentier, Bourse) Chez Georges Terroir Parisien at the Palais Brongniart 75003 … Continue reading The Best Classic French Bistros in Paris
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.
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.
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 … Continue reading Word of Mouth: January
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.