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Our Guide to Paris Restaurants

Below are all of the restaurants in our listings, by location. To search these addresses by additional criteria such as price and style of cuisine, use the search tool in the sidebar.

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75001

Beef Club
Café des Abattoirs
Camélia
Fish Club
Heimat
Issé
Juveniles
Kei
Kunitoraya
Kunitoraya 2
L’Ecume Saint Honoré
La Régalade Saint Honoré
La Dame de Pic
La Tour de Montlhéry – Chez Denise
Le Garde Robe
Le Meurice
Le Petit Vendôme
Le Rubis
Les Fines Gueules
Les Pâtes Vivantes
Macéo
Naritake
Nest
Olio Pane Vino
Pharamond
Pinxo
Pirouette 
Racines 2
Spring
Sur Mesure
Verjus
Verjus Bar à Vins
Willi’s Wine Bar
Yam’tcha
Zéboulon

75002

A Noste
Aux Lyonnais
Burger and Fries
Caffé Stern
Chez Georges
Coinstôt Vino
Drouant
Entre Deux Rives
Fée Nature
Frenchie
Frenchie Bar à Vins
Frenchie to Go 
Goust
Grillé
Gyoza Bar
Hokkaido
Il Campionissimo
Le Bistro Volnay
Legrand Filles et Fils
Les Jalles
Le Rubis
Liza
MG Road
Passage 53
Racines
Saturne 
Terroir Parisien at the Palais Brongniart 

75003

Al Taglio
Bob’s Kitchen
Breizh Café
Café des Musées
Café Pinson
Candelaria
Cuisine de Bar
Dessance
Glou
Grazie
Gyoza Bar 2
La Briciola
L’Ami Louis
Le Mary Celeste
Les Enfants Rouges
Nanashi 2
Pink Flamingo
Rachel’s
Soma
The Beast

75004

Benoit
Brasserie de l’Isle Saint Louis
Icho
Isami
Jaja
L’Alimentari
L’Ambroisie
L’As du Falafel
Le Metropolitain
Le Sergent Recruteur
Les Pinces
Maison David
Miznon
Mon Vieil Ami

75005

Anahuacalli
Café de la Nouvelle Mairie 
Itinéraires
La Tour d’Argent
Le Porte-Pot
Le Pre Verre
Le Ribouldingue
Lengué
Les Papilles
Restaurant AT
Sola
Terroir Parisien 

75006

Allard
Bread & Roses
Café Trama
Cosi
Cuisine de Bar
Eggs & Co.
Fish – La Boissonnerie
Fogon
Huîtrerie Régis
Josephine (Chez Dumonet)
L’Atelier Vivanda
L’Avant Comptoir
La Rotonde
Le 21
Le Chardenoux des Prés
Le Comptoir du Relais
Le Relais de l’Entrecôte
Le Timbre
Little Breizh
Nanashi
Pizza Chic
Restaurant AG
Semilla
Toyo
Yen
Ze Kitchen Galerie

75007

Alain Milliat
Auguste
Bellota-Bellota
Bistrot Belhara
Café Constant
Chez l’Ami Jean
Clover 
Coutume
Gaya
Garance
Jean-François Piège
L’Arpège
L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon
La Ferme Saint-Simon
La Fontaine de Mars
La Laiterie Sainte-Clotilde
La Table d’Aki
Le Cinq Mars
Les Climats
Les Cocottes de Christian Constant
Les Fables de La Fontaine
Nakatani
Pottoka
Restaurant David Toutain 
Restaurant ES
Thoumieux
Treize

75008

Alain Ducasse at the Plaza Athénée
Apicius
Bread & Roses
Charbon Rouge
Epicure (formerly Le Bristol)
Garnier
L’Atelier Étoile de Joël Robuchon
La Maison de l’Aubrac
Lasserre
Laurent
Lazare
Le Cinq
Le Griffonier
Le Marché du Lucas (formerly Bar le Passage)
Le Mini Palais
Ledoyen
Les 110 de Taillevent
Mandoobar
Napoleone
Neva Cuisine
Okuda
Pierre Gagnaire
Taillevent

75009

Autour d’un Verre
Bistrot la Bruyère
Bourgogne Sud
Braisenville
Buvette
Caillebotte
Chartier
Chez Grenouille
Comptoir Canailles
Encore
Flesh
Hôtel Amour
Ito
L’Orient d’Or
La Régalade Conservatoire
La Tute
Le BAT
Le Bon Georges
Le Pantruche
Le Richer
Le Vin au Vert
Les Affranchis
Les Canailles
Les Coulisses
Les Pâtes Vivantes
Office
Professore

75010

52 Rue du Faubourg St. Denis
Abri 

Albion

Au Comptoir de Brice
Big Fernand
Bistro Bellet
Bob’s Juice Bar
Chez Casimir
Chez Michel 
El Nopal
Floyd’s Bar & Grill
Hai Kai
Holybelly
I Cugini
Jules et Shim
Krishna Bhavan
La Cantine de Quentin
La Cave à Michel
La Pointe du Grouin
La Taverne de Zhao
La Tête dans les Olives
Le Cambodge
Le Conservatoire de Cédric Casanova
Le Galopin
Le Petit Cambodge
Nanashi
Pan
Philou
Porte 12
Piccoli Cugini
Pink Flamingo
Ratapoil du Faubourg

Saravanaa Bhavan
Siseng
Sol Semilla
The Sunken Chip
Urfa Dürüm
Vivant Cave
Vivant Table
Youpi et Voila!

75011

6036
Al Taglio
À La Renaissance
Astier
Au Passage
Aux Deux Amis
Bistrot Paul Bert
Blue Valentine
Bones 
Café Chilango
Caffè dei Cioppi
CheZaline
Clamato 
Clown Bar
Come a Casa 
Deux Fois Plus de Piment
Freddie’s Deli
Jeanne A
L’Auberge Flora
L’Ecailler du Bistrot
La Pulperia
Le 6 Paul Bert
Le Chardenoux
Le Chateaubriand 
Le Dauphin
Le Perchoir
Le Repaire de Cartouche
Le Servan
Le Sot l’y Laisse
Les Déserteurs
Martin
Pas de Loup
Pizza dei Cioppi
Restaurant Pierre Sang Boyer
Retro’bottega
Septime
Soya
Thank You, My Deer
The Green Goose
West County Girl
Yard

75012

À la Biche au Bois
Café Cartouche
Dersou
La Gazzetta
Le Baron Rouge
Pink Flamingo
Shan Gout
Table
Will

75013

Au Petit Marguery
Délices de Shandong
L’Auberge du XV
L’Auberge du Roi Gradlon
L’Avant Gout
L’Ourcine
Lao Lane Xang 2
Likafo
Pho 14
Simone
Tricotin

75014

Aux Enfants Gâtés
Crêperie Josselin
Jeu de Quilles
L’Assiette 
La Cantine du Troquet
La Cerisaie
La Régalade
Le Cornichon
Le Dôme
Le Severo

75015

Ciel de Paris
Jadis
La Cabane à Huîtres
La Cantine du Troquet Dupleix
Le Casse Noix
Le Clos Y
L’Epicuriste
Le Grand Pan
Le Pario
L’Os à Moelle
Ty Breiz

75016

Akrame
Astrance
Chez Géraud
Étude
L’Abeille
L’Atelier Vivanda
La Grande Cascade
Les Tablettes
Lili
Pages
Shang Palace

75017

Atao
Coretta
Fréderic Simonin
Gare au Gorille
Guy Savoy
L’Entredgeu
L’Huîtrade
L’Huîtrier
Le Bouchon et L’Assiette
Le Crabe Marteau
Rech
Roca

75018

Au Clocher de Montmartre
Bob’s Bake Shop
Bululu Arepera
Chamarré Montmartre
Guilo Guilo
Il Brigante
Jeanne B
Kiez Biergarten
La Table d’Eugène
La Rallonge
Le Bal Café
La Cantine de la Cigale
Le Coq Rico
Le Grand 8
Le Petit Trianon
Miroir
Pink Flamingo

75019

Au Boeuf Couronné
Le Chapeau Melon
Ô Divin
Quedubon

75020

Chatomat
Le Baratin
Roseval 

Chicken bao burger at Siseng in Paris | parisbymouth.com

Siseng

Burgers are ubiquitous in Paris, but the unique ones at Siseng are worth seeking out. The house specialty is bao burgers: five spiced beef patties with tamarind and tempura onion or a crispy chicken filet with coconut milk & basil on steamed Chinese buns. It’s pan-asian fusion that (mostly) works. Cocktails & sides were uneven. Crunchy risotto balls infused with a lingering lemongrass flavor were a surprising success while the sweet potato fries could have stood another round in the fryer. An evening visit on a weekend found the tiny, Canal-side space slammed with a young, international crowd, but service stayed funny & warm under pressure albeit somewhat forgetful. There are no reservations so it’s better to go in small groups and be prepared to wait.

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Le Pre Catalan Restaurant in Paris | Paris By Mouth

Le Pré Catelan

Practical information

Address: Bois de Boulogne, Route de Suresnes, 75016
Nearest transport:  La Muette (9), Rue de la Pompe (9)
Hours: Closed Sunday, Closed Monday
Reservations: Book many weeks in advance
Telephone: +33 (0)1 44 14 41 00
Average price for lunch: More than 100€
Average price for dinner: More than 100€
Style of cuisine:  Modern French, Haute Cuisine
Website   Facebook   Book Online

Reviews of interest

L’assiette dans les étoiles (2012) “Côté addition, on est plutôt dans la moyenne basse des 3 macarons parisiens. Il faut compter environ 350 à 400€ par personne avec le grand menu et en buvant largement à sa soif. Cela reste cher mais pas exagéré, l’assiette et le service le méritent amplement.”

Critique gastronomique (2011) “Le(s) plus : Le pavillon Napoléon III, niché dans les profondeurs du Bois de Boulogne, le service.
Le(s) moins : Le repas plutôt décevant ainsi que l’addition “stratosphérique”.”

Food Snob (2009) “In creation, composition and construction, the chef seems to want to differentiate himself and shape a distinctive, identifiable style of his own. I admired his willingness (possibly even determination) to be different….But as I alluded to above, originality and inspiration in presentation are to be esteemed and encouraged, but should be applied precisely and effectively. I hate to see this taken too far with savours suffering for superficiality’s sake and I must confess that sometimes it felt like additional dishes and elements on those dishes were there for reasons other than to please my palate.”

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Boutique Yam’Tcha

In late 2014, Yam’Tcha (the restaurant) moved and its  former space converted into a tea salon and to-go window selling delicious steamed buns (bao). Adeline Grattard’s Franco-Chinois take on les brioches vapeur includes fillings like Comté with sweet onion, Basque pork with Szechuan eggplant, shrimp with gauchoï, spicy shiitake & veg, and surprising bite of Stilton with Amarena cherry. Pick up a single bun for 3-4€ or get an assortment of 5 for 16€. They’ll steam them on-site for you, or you can take them home and steam them yourselves in 3-5 minutes. They’re also selling bottles of house-made XO sauce in three varieties, plus tea for drinking on site or making at home.  Continue reading

Lulu White cocktail bar in Paris photo via FB | parisbymouth.com

Lulu White

Start your Pigalle bar crawl off at this intimate absinthe-focused speakeasy named after a legendary New Orleans madame. This signless spot, from the team behind Little Red Door, joins Dirty Dick and Glass on the increasingly bar-lined rue Frochot. It’s an elegant space in which to explore a variety of absinthes, whether in cocktails or in a flight of three served with water or seasonal syrups. The frozen Carmen Miranda with Four Roses bourbon, strawberry cordial, and Pernod absinthe whirled together in a slushy machine was a hit. The bartenders are unpretentious and friendly, and will make you an off-list cocktail without the green fairy if you are so inclined.

-Catherine Down, January 2015

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Porte 12

Overseen by Singapore starred chef André Chiang, Porte 12 opened during the rentrée season of 2014 with Vincent Crepel commanding the open kitchen and Thibault Passinge directing the dining room. Passinge’s enthusiasm for his budding wine list is infectious, and the dishes were some of the best we’ve had in a long time: chinchard draped over Ratte potatoes was visually reminiscent of sashimi, and smoked basil tied it all together in an unexpected way. The volaille with fermented corn was overwhelmingly vulvar in presentation but/and absolutely delicious. With a lunch menu priced at 28 or 35€ we expect door number 12 to be a revolving one. Continue reading

Au Passage Restaurant in Paris | Paris By Mouth

Au Passage

 One of our 50 Favorite Restaurants in Paris. It’s so nice when a restaurant delivers more than they need to, more than you expect to receive. When looking at a chalkboard menu filled with cheap small plates, one rarely hopes for anything more than simple products. But here at Au Passage, your 8€ octopus dish has undergone three days of preparation. There’s a quiet ethos at work beneath the blaring bustle of the dining room: staples are homemade (butter, bread, stock, charcuterie), vegetables and fish receive priority attention, and meat is served in a nose-to-tail spirit with every last offaly bit turning up on the menu. So much heart and creativity for so little money. Au Passage is not for everyone, nor is it trying to be. If the loud music, frenzied service, and worn-out interior turn some people away, that leaves more space for me.  Continue reading

La Regalade Saint-Honore restaurant in Paris | Paris by Mouth

La Régalade Saint Honoré

This second location of La Régalade has been full since chef Bruno Doucet opened the doors in spring of 2010. The formula (terrine + 3 classic courses for a prix fixe) has since been replicated at a third location in the 9th. Is it less special now that it’s a franchise? Some think so (see below), but it remains a good bet in central Paris, especially on Mondays.

- Meg Zimbeck, 2010

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Kiez Biergarten in Paris | parisbymouth.com

Kiez Biergarten

Practical information

Address: 24 rue Vauvenargues, 75018
Nearest transport: Guy Môquet (13), Jules Joffrin (12)
Hours: Open every day
Reservations: Walk-Ins Welcome
Telephone: 01 46 27 78 46
Average price for lunch: 10-19€
Average price for dinner: 10-19€
Style of cuisine: German &  Burgers
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Reviews of interest

Paris Bouge (2014) “… côté cuisine, le Kiez Biergarten nous propose des classiques, avec des bretzels home made, kartoffelsalat et apfeltorte mais aussi des plats beaucoup plus modernes.”

Time Out (2014) “Arrivent les plats : un bretzel pour patienter, une assiette de fricadelle et sa salade fraîche de patates/concombres, un curry wurst et une assiette de nuernberger rostbratwuerste (vous n’imaginez pas comme l’on peut se ridiculiser en prononçant le nom de ce plat à la serveuse adorable et surtout très bilingue !). Tout était vraiment bon.”

Emmanuel Rubin (2014) “Saucisse blanche, moutarde sucrée, bretzel: manque plus que les rues de Munich. Salade de haricots blancs et lardons: vite bectée. Cheese-cake allemand: solide.”

 Photo via Kiez Biergarten’s Facebook page

burger and fries restaurant in paris photo via facebook | parisbymouth.com

Burger and Fries

As the name implies, burgers and fries. It’s no In-N-Out Burger, which it clearly mimics from the basic concept to the red & white décor right down to the “double double” menu slang and secret sauce, but it certainly scratches the itch. It’s a decent burger, made from quality ingredients, that doesn’t cost a fortune which (sadly) is still a novelty in Paris. Plus, they’re open all-day every day.

–Catherine Down, December 2014

Practical information

Address: 1 boulevard de Bonne Nouvelle, 75010
Nearest transport: Strasbourg-Saint Dénis (4, 8,9)
Hours: Open every day for lunch & dinner
Reservations: Walk-Ins Welcome
Telephone: 01 42 36 22 79
Average price for lunch: 10-19€
Average price for dinner: 10-19€
Style of cuisine: Burgers, American
Website   Facebook

Reviews of interest

L’Hôtellerie Restauration (2014)”Entre les chaînes standardisées et les burgers gourmets. Tous les produits sont frais, en provenance de Rungis. La viande est française, les frites sont faites maison, et les buns “moelleux mais pas briochés, comme aux États-Unis“, sont préparés en exclusivité par un boulanger francilien. Pour limiter les coûts et les pertes, le menu est aussi synthétique que celui de son modèle américain : hamburger (4,95 €), cheese burger, et double-double (double steak et double fromage).”

Paris Bouge (2014) “Un “burger joint” de quartier mais qu’avec des produits frais. Qu’est-ce qui fait la différence ? Les prix vraiment très bas.”

Photo courtesy of Burger and Fries’ Facebook page

Zéboulon restaurant near Palais Royal in Paris | parisbymouth.com

Zébulon

A second effort from the folks behind Pirouette, here with a chef who trained in Japan and his arsenal of anywhere-East-of-here flavors. The two-course 20€ lunch menu on the day of our visit included gnocchi with gingered sea bass, plus steak with caramelized shallots and tempura shimeji mushrooms. The three-course 45€ menu (available lunch & dinner) is a roster of French standards with exotic inflections, like my dish of perfectly cooked turbot accented with nori and encircled by delicate nests of interwoven fennel and shallot strands.  If there’s anything to shrug about, it’s the interior. Design choices that worked well in the shadowy space of Pirouette appear here, in the shadow of the centuries-old Palais Royal, as painfully new. In any case, Zébulon’s arrival is great news for anyone hoping to eat well before or after a visit to the Louvre, and a welcome addition to the increasingly interesting  (VerjusJuvenilesHeimat) Palais Royal quarter. Continue reading

Cream Cafe in Paris | parisbymouth.com

Cream

We have not yet reviewed this coffee shop, but you’ll find practical information about location and hours on this page, along with links to other reviews. Feel free to share your own opinion in the comments.

Practical information

Address: 50 rue de Belleville, 75020
Nearest transport: Pyrénées (11)
Hours: Open every day
Telephone: 09 83 66 58 43
Website   Facebook

Reviews of interest

Time Out (2015) “Imaginés par deux toqués de la boisson torréfiée, passés par Ten Belles, ces quatre murs dessinent un refuge parfait… une jolie faim au ventre (soupes et piadines, sorte de wraps italiens, aux recettes gourmettes – jambon de parme, pesto de persil, chèvre et roquette ou jambon blanc, chèvre, betterave et pomme par exemple –, à 6 €).”

Le Fooding (2015) “Dans leur espace briqué-boisé à forte influence scandinave, ils préparent avec l’or noir du sidamo et l’unapu de la Brûlerie de Belleville voisine le « cream », évidemment, l’espresso acidulé comme il faut, le filtre en infusion et le « cortado », une noisette plus lactée qu’à l’ordinaire.”

Sprudge (2015) “It might seem like a trendy choice to take the time to make specialty coffee and bake pastries in house, but at Cream it’s easy to see that those choices are just about being an integral part of the local neighborhood, making a product and making it well, and creating a space that’s inviting and that people feel comfortable going to… Pretentious it is definitely not.”

Paris Bouge (2015)  “L’ambiance y est bonne, le lieu est joliment décoré et bien sûr le café est délicieux… On vous conseille donc de déguster le fameux crème (la mascotte du coffee), mais vous trouverez également du café filtre, un expresso, une noisette, du thé et un chocolat chaud (lui aussi pas mal du tout). Pour le déjeuner et le goûter, Cream propose des sandwiches roulés délicieux et des pâtisseries gourmandes telles que cookies, cakes et céréales, réalisés sur place.”

Lost in Cheeseland (2014) “A new coffee bar in the Belleville neighborhood that serves excellent pour-overs, sandwiches and a short but sharp selection of cakes. Given their location and history working under the tutelage of Ten Belles lead Thomas Lehoux, it’s of little surprise that Joe and Maxime roast Belleville Brûlerie beans exclusively.”

Photo courtesy of Cream’s Facebook page