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Le Verre Volé

A bare bones room lined with shelves of natural wines, and a tiny kitchen turning out simple dishes; this doesn’t immediately feel like the kind of place a person would cross town for. And yet many do. Booking is imperative.

Practical information

Address: 67 rue de Lancry, 75010
Nearest transport: Jacques Bonsergent (5)
Hours: Open every day
Reservations: Book a few days in advance
Telephone: 01 48 03 17 34
Average price for lunch: 10-19€
Average price for dinner: 20-34€
Style of cuisine: Classic French
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Reviews of interest

Alexander Lobrano (2010) “Aside from the fact that this food was well-cooked, politely inventive and of very good quality, what I liked about it was that it was perfect social food, or pleasant comfort food to serve as a backdrop to good conversation and good wine.”

John Talbott (2010) “…it has evolved…heirloom tomatoes with anchovies (inspired)…pate en croute with foie gras and pigeon (again a great choice)”

David Lebovitz (2010) “This tiny wine bar has great food, up by the Canal St Martin, a very hip neighborhood. Generous plates of charcuterie and etc, in this tight little wine bar.”

Barbra Austin (2010) “The wall to the back room, a space once devoted to wine storage, has been knocked out and tables have been added. The camper van-sized kitchenette has been expanded into something that actually looks like a place where professionals can work…a friend and I shared a pile of crisp crevettes grises, a paté de grouse and, of course, the boudin noir.”

François Simon (2010) “J’ai toujours adoré cette adresse du Canal Saint Martin…des flacons d’enfer à passer des soirées étourdis de félicité. Pourquoi demander plus à un restaurant ?”

François-Régis Gaudry – l’Express (2010) “Delphine Zampetti…avant le Verre Volé, elle concoctait une épatante cuisine de ménage qui déménage au Café Caché du 104, mixant les leçons apprises chez Raquel Carena (la chef du Baratin, Paris 20e), ses souvenirs familiaux de cuisine italienne et la Inaki’s touch…Et alors, aux fourneaux du Verre Volé ? Elle y va doucement, gentiment, sans trop brusquer les habitudes. Glisse une salade de moules de bouchots aux pois-chiches entre deux choses très Verre Volé.

Meg Zimbeck (2010) “There are two kinds of evenings at Le Verre Volé. The first is composed of dinner, wine and intimate conversation. The dishes are selected from a chalkboard menu that changes with the seasons…The second kind of evening chez Stolen Glass ends with chairs on pushed-back tables and some manner of debauchery.”

Figaroscope (2008) “…Cette adresse n’a jamais volé sa réputation et pourrait aujourd’hui toujours donner des leçons à de nombreuses caves ouvertes depuis, à Paris, autour de ce même concept…Une sélection de vins particulièrement sûre proposée avec un droit de bouchon de 7 €…et des assiettes qui font la part belle au cochon sous toutes ses formes…”

David Lebovitz (2005) “…One could also make up a meal composed of lots of the appetizers, like the roasted eggplant caviar, salt cod-stuffed peppers, or platters of various meats and cheeses…I’ll see you there.”

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La Cantine de Quentin

You’ll be surrounded by an array of tempting products if you decide to lunch at this canal-side épicerie. Bottles to go, too.

Practical information

Address: 52 rue Bichat, 75010
Nearest transport: Jacques Bonsergent (5)
Hours: Lunch only, Tuesday-Sunday
Reservations: Last minute booking usually OK
Telephone: 01 42 02 40 32
Average price for lunch: 20-34€
Style of cuisine: Classic French

Reviews of interest

Meg Zimbeck (2010) “Come here for comforting French classics and some serious eye candy—walls that are lined with hundreds of bottles and tasty takeaway food products.”

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Julhes

Julhès

In the heart of the colorful rue Faubourg Saint-Denis, this full service traiteur has an excellent cheese department, and boasts an impressive collection of Champagnes, whiskies, and other spirits.

Practical information

Address: 54 rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis, 75010
Nearest transport: Chateau d’Eau (4)
Hours: Monday 4pm-8:30pm; Tuesday-Saturday 9:30am-8:30pm; Sunday 9:30am-1:30pm
Telephone: 01 44 83 96 30
Website

Additional Locations

Address: 59 rue du Faubourg Saint-Martin, 75010
Nearest transport: Chateau d’Eau (4)
Hours: Monday 4pm-8:30pm; Tuesday-Friday 10am-2pm and 4pm-8:30pm; Saturday 10am-8:30pm; Sunday 10am-1:30pm
Telephone: 01 83 94 83 37

Reviews of interest

Painrisien (2013) “Les conseils à la cave et à la fromagerie sont particulièrement avisés, et il serait bien difficile d’en repartir en ayant fait le mauvais choix. Le personnel de vente connaît ses produits et cette compétence est plus qu’appréciable.”

Camille Malmquist (2010) “…the best part is that the cheeses (and wines…) are good.  The service is friendly, too.”

Aaron Ayscough (2010) “…in addition to stocking a broad range of wines (some, not all, natural) also houses a superb fromagerie/épicerie, and one of the best spirit selections I’ve encountered in Paris. It’s an ambitious place.”

Wine Terroirs (2010) “located in a diverse neighborhood, out of the tourist beaten path and it embodies the good old professional food shop where you feel a continuity in the quality and service rooted in the early 20th century. You find there the good wines and all the good artisan delicacies to go with…”

Photo by Aaron Ayscough

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Du Pain et Des Idées

Christophe Vasseur’s breads are worth crossing town for, and many people do.

 An absolute favorite

Practical information

Address: 34 rue Yves Toudic, 75010
Nearest transport: Jacques Bonsergent (5)
Hours: Monday-Friday 6:45am-8pm; Closed Saturday, Closed Sunday
Telephone: 01 42 40 44 52
Website

Reviews of interest

Hipsters in Paris (2013) “It really is one of those dream Paris addresses that one (naïvely) expects to find on every street corner, with a goal to preserve time-honoured baking traditions and churn out exceptional product.”

Food Intelligence (2011) A video from Bruno Verjus profiling Vasseur’s products & philosophy.

Gilles Pudlowski (2011) “…il y aussi le pain au blé, celui au seigle ou aux châtaignes, issus de levain. Plus les jolies viennoiseries: pain au raisin, chausson aux pommes fraîches, palmier croustillant ou encore crumbles et – tartelettes aux fruits. Bref, une belle demeure avec son artisan hors norme…”

Barbra Austin (2010) “Formed by hand and given a slow rise, these are loaves with character…”

Croque-Camille (2010) “Yes, I’ve already written about Du Pain et des Idées, but that was before I became a regular…It is safe to say that I have by now sampled all their products…”

Meg Zimbeck for Budget Travel (2009) “Vasseur’s wildly popular pain des amis (friendship bread) makes me want to move to the neighborhood. Light but chewy, with a nutty fragrance and deliciously charred bottom—it’s one of the best I’ve ever tried.”

David Lebovitz (2008) “One of my absolute favorite bakeries in Paris…”

Clotilde Dusoulier (2008) Recommended in Clotilde’s Edible Adventures in Paris.

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Liberté par Benoît Castel

A stylish new pâtisserie and boulangerie from Benoît Castel (Josephine, La Grande Epicerie, Helène Darroze) serving sandwiches, salads, stuffed savory breads and more. The “bobo au rhum” is very aptly named for the neighborhood.

Practical information

Address: 39 rue des Vinaigriers, 75010
Nearest transport: Jacques Bonsergent (5)
Hours: Closed Sunday; Open Monday-Saturday
Telephone: 01 42 60 20 39
Average price for lunch: Under 10€
Style of cuisine: Soup/salad/sandwiches
Website Facebook

Additional locations

Address: 150 rue de Ménilmontant, 75020
Nearest transport: Pelleport (3bis)
Hours: Closed Monday & Tuesday
Telephone: 01 46 36 13 82

Reviews of interest

Caroline Mignot (2014) “La tarte à la crème avec sa crème chantilly bien vanillée qui cache une sublime crème pâtissière, le tout déposé tel un Everest sur une pâte sablé fine et croustillante. Il y a le bon dosage de sucre, de fraîcheur (pour le coup, c’est bien de la manger assez rapidement après l’avoir sorti du frais), de croustillant, de tout en fait.”

John Talbott (2014) “Beautiful and teeming with good stuff.”

Hipsters in Paris (2014) “It is the humble Madeleine chocolat that has captured our stone-cold-savoury hearts, and the better-than-average baguettes stuffed with crudites, cold cuts, cheese or chicken. For just a few centimes more than your local bakery, this is lovingly-made calorie-laced goodness not to be missed.”

Les Tasters (2013) ” En guise de douceurs, des sablés gourmands, un pain au chocolat et quelques pâtisseries franco du collier mais pas suisse. La célèbre tarte à la crème, trop petite pour être lourdée dans la gueule du premier râleur, fait déjà vibrer le net, peut-être moins les papilles. C’est affaire de goût: bonne idée pour un oublié, crème travaillée pour une texture douce, avec du goût et pas trop de sucre. Chacun se fera son idée. Simple, efficace, travaillé avec de bonnes matières.”

Raids Patisseries (2013) “L’égérie du chef pâtissier, c’est la tarte à la crème, seule et unique en son genre à Paris…Le lieu est quant à lui chaleureux et atypique, avec ses allures de loft d’artiste et un labo de pâtisserie offert à l’oeil du public.”

Paris Bouge (2013) “Quelques sandwichs, quelques viennoiseries et surtout des pâtisseries. Chez Liberté par Benoît Castel on trouve des petites tartes au citron, des “cheesecakes” qui ressemblent à de la neige ou encore des ‘bobos au rhum'”.

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Tholoniat

Pascal Guerreau now runs this longstanding bakery, pastry, and chocolate shop.

Practical information

Address: 47 rue Château d’Eau, 75010
Nearest transport: Château d’Eau (4)
Hours: Closed Monday
Telephone: 01 42 39 93 12

Reviews of interest

Time Out (2014) “This patisserie-cum-chocolate shop in any case has an old-fashioned rustic charm to it. No concessions to fashion or contemporary food trends (lovers of organic need not apply); at Tholoniat, the action happens in the kitchen, whence impossibly crisp baguettes and tongu-tinglingly tasty confectionery are churned out on a daily basis.”

Barbra Austin (2010) “Pascal Guerreau’s mille-feuille at Tholoniat rivals the one at Jacques Genin… Guerreau recognizes that a mille-feuille is really best made just before serving… Delicate, buttery, light as air. Go see for yourself.”

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Tuck Shop

We haven’t been bowled over by the Aussie inspired veggie fare at Tuck Shop, but the coffee is another story. Free wi-fi and a sweet little space just off the canal go a long way. It’s one of the rare coffee shops to offer soy milk, too. NOTE: The café changed hands in September 2014. We have yet to revisit under new ownership.

Practical information

Address: 13 rue Lucien Sampaix, 75010
Nearest transport: Jacques Bonsergent (5)
Hours: Closed Sunday and Monday; Open Tuesday-Friday 10am-5pm and Saturday-Sunday 11am-7pm
Reservations: Reservations not accepted
Telephone: 09 80 72 95 40
Average price for lunch: under 10€
Style of cuisine: Australian, soups/salads/sandwiches
Website Facebook

Reviews of interest

Lindsey Tramuta-Morel (2013) “Australian-owned and run with excellent coffee, only a few doors up from HolyBelly. The space is small so go early and cozy up with a book. The lunch menu of soup, salads and sandwiches, which comes with a coffee, is inexpensive and consistently good.”

Camille Labro (2013) “Au menu: muffins salés, smoothies tout frais, salades croquantes, tourtes et quiches du jour, dans un décor simple et serein dont raffolent les riverains.”

Time Out (2013) “The three Australians behind the place (and their beautiful coffee machine) brew up short blacks, delicious lattes and frothy cappuccinos from 9am, accompanied by pâtisserie (scones, nut brownies, cookies, banana bread, carrot cake). Also on the menu are a range of salads and toasties, all totally vegetarian, but so delicious that you won’t even notice you’re eating healthily.”

David Lebovitz (2013) “Tuck Shop also has little snacks and sandwiches. But we were just there drinking the coffee, which was hitting just the right spot.”

Le Fooding (2012) “les scones, le carrot cake, le gâteau banane-noix, préparent la soupe du jour (tomate-miel-thym, courgette-romarin…) qui embue les carreaux, tartinent les toasts à la purée d‘avocat, le « pain sportif » au beurre d’amande, et fourrent les sandwichs de féta, courgette, potiron, champignons rôtis et roquette. Le tout arrosé de limonade maison, lait d’avoine, LSD (latte, soja, dandelion) ou café spécialement torréfié par Coutume…Un savoureux rigorisme végétarien auquel ne manquent que quelques canons pour trinquer à la santé de l’internationale culinaire!”

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Holybelly

Pancakes, poached eggs and hearty seasonal fare served alongside excellent coffee sourced from Belleville Brûlerie in a sunny space along the Canal St. Martin. An international array of coffee preparations (flat whites, espressos, long blacks, cappuccinos, and very good “real deal” filtered coffee) are accompanied by hot chocolate made from homemade chocolate syrup and a selection of teas from Le Parti du Thé. The exceptionally friendly service is notable.

An absolute favorite for coffee

Practical information

Address: 19 rue Lucien Sampaix, 75010
Nearest transport: Château d’Eau (4), Jacques Bonsergent (5)
Hours: Closed Tuesday-Wednesday; Open Monday and Thursday-Friday from 9am-6pm and Saturday-Sunday from 10am-6pm
Reservations: Reservations not accepted
Telephone: 09 73 60 13 64
E-mail: hello@holybel.ly
Average price for lunch: 10-19€
Style of cuisine: Australian, American, British
Website Facebook

Reviews of interest

Adrian Moore (2014) “Cozy modern hangout serves fabulous roasts from the Belleville Brullerié, all-day English breakfast, cakes, and salads, and has an interesting local clientele ranging from aging child actors to cool local media types.”

Caroline Mignot (2013) “Parfois un esprit industriel ou scandinave, le cheesecake, le carrot cake, le brownie, le cupcake… Des desserts presque toujours exclusivement américains (je suis sûre qu’il y a d’autres gâteaux qui pourraient se prêter au jeu du café ou que l’on pourrait pousser la quête du dessert américain plus loin). C’est comme une répétition de la même gamme, des mêmes codes (quelques jours avant, c’était une salade chou rouge et noodles que je dégustais au Café Lomi).”

Lindsey Tramuta (2013) “Stellar coffee prepared by Nico Alary- the wonderfully warm co-owner and barista previously of Market Lane in Melbourne…”

Le Journal du Dimanche (2013) “Des petits plats simples, bien préparés. Plus qu’un coffee shop. Un lieu de vie chaleureux.”

Emmanuel Rubin (2013) “Salade de lentilles et morteau: plaisante. Grilled cheese sandwich: version trendy de ce brave croque-monsieur.

Le Fooding (2013) “Encore un coffee shop, mais dirigé cette fois par des Français revenus de Melbourne, plus sensibles au feeling cool-nature-wifi-gourmet qu’à l’esprit panaché-croque-madame-Euromillions…”

Camille Labro (2013) “Ambiance conviviale, décor brut, cappuccino impeccable, et un flipper comme on en fait plus: c’est Brooklyn qui déboule à Paris.”

A Nous Paris (2013) “Un copier-coller des tables cool de Melbourne, tout de lampes boules, murs de briques, chaises fifties et tables de bois brut, où se pressent des hommes à barbe et à bonnet, donc, mais aussi de longues tiges blondes, des touristes anglophones, les sempiternelles foodistas…”

Sophie Doran (2013) “Holybelly is the friendliest coffee spot in Paris, serving my personal favourite cafe latte in the city.”

Time Out (2013) “On accompagne le tout d’un latte (3€), avec sa mousse travaillée, dont les grains de café proviennent de la toute nouvelle brûlerie de Belleville. Un délice. Et puis, on craque pour un des cookies du jour avec sa pâte moelleuse et parfumée…”

Paris Bouge (2013) “L’accueil y est chaleureux et convivial…Ne passez surtout pas à côté du breakfast avec son granola maison, ses pancakes et ses œufs, avec en desserts : cookies, cakes ou autres tartes de l’automne.”

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Café Craft

Good coffee with a designated co-working space for laptop warriors. Strong wireless signal and plenty of plugs for freelancers to camp out. The pricing system for using this space changes just about every week. Currently, it’s 3€ fee per hour either in product (coffee/cookies) or just an upfront fee.

Practical information

Address: 24 rue des Vinaigriers, 75010
Nearest transport: Jacques Bonsergent (5), Gare de l’Est (4,5)
Hours: Open every day
Reservations: Reservations not accepted
Telephone: 01 40 35 90 77
Average price for lunch: under 10€
Style of cuisine: cookies, muffins, soups, salad, brunch
Website

Reviews of Interest 

NY Times (2014) “And when the time comes to work on your own novel, dissertation or blueprint, Craft awaits with long shared desks, power outlets, lamps, Ethernet connections and a rotating menu of artisanal espressos and filter coffees complete with tasting notes.”

Lindsey Tramuta-Morel (2013) “The first spot in Paris to properly merge office space + quality coffee. For the price of excellent coffee and a snack, you can latch onto the wi-fi and set yourself up at a proper work station.”

Camille Labro (2013) “Pour siroter son kawa de chez Lomi, tout en travaillant bien connecté.”

Time Out (2013) “With its high speed WiFi, studious atmosphere and minimalist yet welcoming design inherited from Brooklyn and Scandinavia, Craft Café represents a kind of place that is still relatively unusual in Paris.”

Go Go Paris (2013) “Great (Lomi) coffee, international mags, designer interior – with everything you need in a temporary office space:  desk, ethernet + electrical connections, Post-Its + pens, and a meeting area. There’s also a growing selection of tasty snacks and fresh juices to keep you going. Bring your laptop and spend the day.”

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Canal Saint-Martin Paris 75010

Eating & Drinking the Canal St-Martin


There are few neighborhoods that are nicer for strolling than the area around the Canal Saint-Martin. On warm evenings, the waterway that runs through this neighborhood provides the backdrop for a great number of picnics and impromptu acoustic concerts. There’s plenty to enjoy here that doesn’t require sitting on the ground or listening to another rendition of “No Woman No Cry.” Here are our favorites.

Best for Breakfast or Afternoon Coffee

ten belles paris sausage roll photo meg zimbeckSausage rolls at Ten Belles

Ten Belles – Just steps from the canal, this tiny café is serving beautiful coffee drinks. It’s sometimes cramped and a little uncomfortable, but the scones, healthy sandwiches and devilish sausage rolls make up for that. Open every day.

soup holybelly photo catherine downButternut squash soup at Holybelly

Holybelly – Pancakes, poached eggs and hearty seasonal fare served alongside excellent coffee sourced from Belleville Brûlerie in a sunny space. An international array of coffee preparations (flat whites, espressos, long blacks, cappuccinos, and very good “real deal” filtered coffee) are available. The exceptionally friendly service is notable. Closed Tuesday & Wednesday.

Café Craft – Good coffee with a designated co-working space for the laptop laden. Strong wireless signal and plenty of plugs make it ideal for freelancers to camp out. Open every day.

Best for Lunch

bobs sandwichSandwich at Bob’s Juice Bar

Bob’s Juice Bar – Bob’s is the place to detox (and a vegetarian’s best bet in the hood) with fresh juices, veggie sandwiches on homemade bagels, soups and salads. Open every day.

la taverne de zhao parisLa Taverne de Zhao

La Taverne de Zhao – Cheap and cheerful cooking from the Shaanxi province, courtesy of Zhao, who hails from Xi’an. Get the pork-filled flatbread and don’t worry about the number of people waiting outside – the line moves fast. Open every day.

the sunken chipFish, chips and mushy peas at The Sunken Chip

The Sunken Chip – Michael Greenwold of Roseval and James Whelan of L’Inconnu have teamed up to open a dedicated fish and chips shop. Hake, pollock or catch of the day are available alongside thick chips and mushy peas. There are a few communal tables available, but we prefer ordering to go and enjoying our fish along the water. Closed Monday & Tuesday.

julesetshimVegetarian Bibimbap at Jules et Shim 

Jules et Shim – It’s not the best or most authentic bibimbap, but it’s a fresh & healthy option and makes for good takeout eating along the canal. Open every day.

Best for Cocktails

Le Coq – A bar near République that distinguishes itself by using traditional French liqueurs and ingredients as the base of its menu. Closed Sunday.

Best for Dinner

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Philou – Chef Philippe Damas is showcasing the season’s best ingredients at a great value in this tiny bistro. In nice weather, snag a table on the terrasse. Closed Sunday & Monday.

le verre voleLe Verre Volé

Le Verre Volé – Many will cross town for the tiny kitchen turning out simple dishes and bare bones room lined with shelves of natural wines. Booking is absolutely imperative. Or, grab a bottle of wine to perch along the canal. Picnic pro tip: Forgot your corkscrew? Ask nicely and they’ll open the bottle for you. Open every day.

Hai Kai – One of the trendiest openings of 2013, this canalside joint from chef Amélie Darvas has a fresh product-focused menu that changes daily, a beautiful airy space, and frustratingly slow service. You’ve been warned. Closed Sunday dinner, Monday & Tuesday.

Le Cambodge – Where bobos go for bo bun, and other Vietnamese treats. Go early or be ready to queue. Alternately, visit the tiny annex Le Petit Cambodge to get your bo bun to go. Closed Sunday.

el nopal photo barbra austinTacos from El Nopal

El Nopal – A crowd queues at this sliver of a taqueria off the canal for Claudia and Alejandro’s tacos, burritos and quesadillas. Plan on taking it to go. It’s north of the prime spots along the canal, but the extra leg work involved is worth it for legitimately spicy Mexican. Veggie options available, too. Closed Monday.

Exceptional Shops

For Bread & Pastry

escargots du pain et des ideesEscargots at Du Pain et Des Idées 

Du Pains et Des Idées – One of our absolute favorite bakeries in Paris and one of very few bakers still using a woodburning oven, Christophe Vasseur’s breads are destination worthy. Excellent pastries and small stuffed savory breads called mini-pavé are ideal carry out. Closed Saturday & Sunday.

Liberté – We prefer the breakfast pastries and the breads (particularly the dark chocolate bread with white chocolate chips) to the desserts at this brand new & very sleek bakery from Benoît Castel. They have several sandwiches, salads and savory foccacias available at lunch. Closed Monday.

canal saint martinPicnicking along the canal

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Helmut Newcake

Thanks to this pastry shop in the 10th, gluten-intolerant gourmandes can have their gateau and eat it, too.

Practical information

Address: 36 rue Bichat, 75010
Nearest transport: Goncourt (11)
Hours: Wednesday-Saturday, noon-8 p.m.; Sunday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; closed Monday and Tuesday
Telephone: 09 82 59 00 39
Website Facebook

Reviews of interest

David Lebovitz (2012) “I wasn’t expecting traditional French pastries…but was surprised (and delighted) to see they hit the right notes with French classics, including one of the best canelés I’ve ever had…

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Maison Castro

Smart students line up for the killer sandwiches at this Mediterranean shop, which offers French, Italian, and Spanish meats and cheeses, plus an assortment of groceries and wine.

Practical information

Address: 15 bis rue Alexandre Parodi, 75010
Nearest transport: Louis Blanc (7, 7bis)
Hours: Monday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. and 5 p.m.-8 p.m.; closed Sunday
Reservations: Take-away only
Telephone: 01 46 07 11 60

 Reviews of interest 

David Lebovitz (2014) “It’s obvious that this isn’t the place to find just the standard sandwich jambon-fromage. Instead, you’ll find a slew of interesting options…You can also request a made-to-order sandwich on excellent baguettes from Julien bakery, with everything from artichoke cream, Pata negra and lomo Ibérico (black-footed ham and pork tenderloin from Spain), Buffalo mozzarella, and honey from Crete, to Corsican sausage, English cheddar, and Italian air-dried beef.”

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Cooperative Latte Cisternino

The source for some of the best burrata in town, and other products direct from Italy.

Practical information

Address: 46 rue du Faubourg Poissonière, 75010
Nearest transport: Poissonière (7)
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 10 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m.- 8 p.m.; closed Saturday and Sunday
Telephone: 01 47 70 30 36

Additional Locations

Address: 108 rue Saint Maur, 75011
Nearest transport: Parmentier (3)
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 10 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m.- 8 p.m.; closed Saturday and Sunday
Telephone: 01 43 38 54 54

Address: 17 rue Geoffroy Saint Hilaire, 75005
Nearest transport: Censier Daubenton (7)
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 10 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m.- 8 p.m.; closed Saturday and Sunday

Address: 37 rue Godot de Mauroy, 75009
Nearest transport: Havre-Caumartin (3, 9)
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 10 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m.- 8 p.m.; closed Saturday and Sunday
Telephone: 06 74 91 66 58

 

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Bob’s Juice Bar

Bob’s is the place to detox with fresh juices, veggie sandwiches on homemade bagels, soups and salads.

Practical information

Address: 15 rue Lucien Sampaix, 75010
Nearest transport: Jacques Bonsergent (5)
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-3 p.m.; Saturday-Sunday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Reservations: Reservations not accepted
Telephone: 09 50 06 36 18
Website
Average price for lunch: 10-19€
Style of cuisine: Health food
Special attributes: vegetarian options, good for solo dining, continuous all-day service, open Sunday, open Monday

Reviews of interest

Figaroscope (2006)”…une série de jus, soupes, smoothies et autres « junkeries » simples, sincères et mieux que saines.”

 

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Urfa Dürüm

No ordinary kebab joint,the bread at this Kurdish sandwich shop is made before your eyes, split and filled with lamb, beef, or chicken that’s been grilled to order, garnished simply with a few greens, red onion, sliced tomato and herbs.

Practical information

Address: 56 rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis, 75010
Nearest transport: Château d’Eau (4)
Hours: Closed Sunday
Reservations: Reservations not accepted
Telephone: no phone
Average price for lunch: under 10€
Average price for dinner: under 10€
Style of cuisine: Kurdish, sandwiches
Special attributes: open Monday

Reviews of interest

Le Figaro (2011) “Une bouchée équivaut à un aller simple pour la Turquie. Tout est frais, parfumé et délicieux.”

Phyllis Flick (2010) “No chips, no fries, no sauce, hardly any spices—just simple goodness rolled up in freshly baked flat bread…They add a bit of arugula, red onion, tomato, no more, all very fresh and crisp, which was the perfect contrast to the warm bread and perfectly grilled lamb.”

 

 

 

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Le Cambodge

Where bobos go for bo bun. Go early or be ready to queue.

Practical information

Address: 10 avenue Richerand, 75010
Nearest transport: Jacques Bonsergent (5) or Goncourt (11)
Hours: Lunch and dinner, Monday-Saturday; closed Sunday
Reservations: Reservations not accepted
Telephone: 01 44 84 37 70
Website
Average price for lunch: 10-19€
Average price for dinner: 20-34€
Style of cuisine: Vietnamese/Cambodian/Laoatian
Special attributes: outdoor dining, open Monday

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Nanashi by Barbra Austin

Nanashi

Colorful, Japanese-inflected salads, soups, and small plates, as well as a decidedly non-Japanese coffee cream tart, courtesy of a Rose Bakery alum. Three locations, one on the rapidly changing rue du Paradis, the thoroughly bobofied upper Marais, and now in the Bonpoint boutique in the 6th.

Practical information

Address: 31 rue du Paradis, 75010
Nearest transport: Poissonière (7)
Hours: Open 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. Monday to Wednesday, until midnight on Thursday and Friday, and from noon to midnight on Saturday. Closed Sunday
Reservations: Reservations not necessary
Telephone: 01 40 22 05 55
Website
Average price for lunch: 10-19€
Average price for dinner: 10-19€
Style of cuisine: Japanese
Special attributes: small plates, exceptional desserts, vegetarian options, good for solo dining, continuous all-day service, open Monday

Additional locations

Address: 57 rue Charlot, 75003
Nearest transport: Filles du Calvaire (8)
Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, and Sunday, 11 a.m.-6 p.m.; Thursday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-midnight
Telephone: 01 44 61 45 49

Address: 6 rue de Tournon, 75006 (in the Bonpoint boutique)
Nearest transport: Mabillon (10)
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; closed Sunday and Monday

Reviews of interest

Journal du Dimanche (2013) “Les produits sont frais, travaillés simplement. Pris par l’ambiance “santé”, on se fait du bien au corps et à l’esprit, en terminant avec un cake matcha (6 euros) pour le corps et un thé pour l’esprit. Ou bien alors l’inverse. Service souriant et sympathique. Le lieu idéal pour un déjeuner de copines entre deux averses.”

Figaroscope (2012) “…un joli mix de cuisine franco-nippone avec soupe, chirashi de saumon, bento ou rouleau de printemps végétarien, mais aussi petites salades légères et délicieuses…”

Thierry Richard (2011) “La cantine bobobio par excellence, avec ce qu’il faut de jus de fruits et légumes (carotte, orange et gingembre décoiffant), de world food naturelle (salades, légumes croquants, petites pousses, germes, graines et céréales), et de belles plantes aux jambes longilignes qui peu à peu se croisent sous les tables.”

Aaron Ayscough (2011) “It’s pretty excellent: a trim, calm, winningly designed corridor of a space,  in which one can enjoy fresh, healthful, completely unconventional bento-like meals accompanied by, among other things, a crude but well-intentioned selection of organic and natural wines.”

Emmanuel Rubin – Figaroscope (2011) “tarifs ‘bobos’, entre 10 et 20 €. Rouleau printemps veggie : bien gavé. Salade patate douce, pois chiche, pavot : amusante, sans plus. Chirachi (bol de riz) saumon : correct…”

Barbra Austin (2011) “Is it strange for a salad to inspire culinary reverie? Maybe, but Kaori Endo’s gorgeous, fresh food will do that.”

Barbra Austin via Girls’ Guide to Paris (2011) “At lunch most people seem to order one of the bento boxes…On the right, two thick wedges of grilled tofu with sweet soy glaze and sesame seeds…On the left was a salad of baby greens, a wedge of roasted pumpkin and a seriously delicious salad of chickpeas, avocado and tiny cauliflower florets, with an aromatic and zippy coriander seed dressing.

Emmanuel Rubin – Le Figaro (2010) “une modeuse mangeoire où la bobovoracité s’excite la papille en fréquentant les particules alimentaires d’une agitatrice de la popote nippone plutôt habile.”

Pudlo (2010) “Voilà « la » perle du moment…Ce midi, le velouté de courge Butternut et châtaignes avec ses graines de courge, le rouleau végétarien (un poil sec), le délicieux shirashi de saumon, avec un poisson cru extra moelleux, une salade vive, un riz épatant

Caroline Mignot (2010) “Le bento du jour (13 €), choisi au tofu, celui-ci est cuisiné au gingembre, plutôt bien saisi, pas hyper généreux, mais gourmand…A côté, salades du jour patidou poêlé-brocoli-chou romanesco et carottes-pois chiches-fenouil, fraîches et savoureuses.

François Simon (2010) “Cuisine familiale de Karuizawa (Nagano), bentos bienveillants et vivacité des saveurs dans un cadre aéré.”

 

 

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Chez Casimir by Meg Zimbeck

Chez Casimir

This bustling annex of Chez Michel offers hearty seasonal cooking and a heavy dose of old Paris charm. Open weekdays for lunch and dinner with menus at 22€ and 29€, and from 10 a.m.-7 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays with 25€, all-you-can-eat brunch.

  An absolute favorite

Practical information

Address: 6 rue de Belzunce, 75010
Nearest transport: Gare du Nord (4, 5, RER B)
Hours: Open every day; Lunch and dinner, Monday-Friday; 10 a.m.-7 p.m., Saturday and Sunday
Reservations: Last minute booking usually OK
Telephone: 01 48 78 28 80
Average price for lunch: 20-34€
Average price for dinner: 20-34€
Style of cuisine: Classic French
Special attributes: comfort food, decent brunch, outdoor dining, continuous all-day service, open Sunday, open Monday

Reviews of interest

Alexander Lobrano (2010) “The dimly lit room still read like the sixties vintage bistro is once was, with a bar off to one side, wooden tables and chairs…Served with excellent country bread and consumed with a juicy Cotes du Rhone, my terrine was wonderful…All told, an excellent lunch for 22 Euros (the dinner menu runs 29 Euros).”

Caroline Mignot (2008) “qu’est-ce que c’était bon…L’ardoise arrive, on salive aussitôt, soupière de velouté de topinambour et salsifis aux copeaux de parmesan, pot-au-feu et son os à moelle…”

 

 

 

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El Nopal by Barbra Austin

El Nopal

A crowd queues at this sliver of a taqueria off the canal for Claudia and Alejandro’s tacos, burritos and quesadillas. There are only two stools in the tiny place, so plan on taking it to go.

Practical information

Address: 3 rue Eugène Varlin, 75010
Nearest transport: Chateau Landon (7)
Hours: Closed Monday
Reservations: Reservations not accepted
Telephone: 07 86 39 63 46
Average price for lunch: Less than 10€
Average price for dinner: Less than 10€
Style of cuisine: Mexican
Special attributes: comfort food, vegetarian options, good for solo dining, open Sunday, open Monday, Take-out available

Reviews of interest

Meg Zimbeck (2011) “I love the cactus-filled campechana and Alejandro’s handmade corn tortillas…that [tortilla] press will get a workout when summer arrives and locals discover the joy of  taco picnics along the Canal.”

Barbra Austin (2010) “I’ve also had the quesadilla with chorizo and its cousin the campechana, filled with grilled beef, nopalitos, avocado, and cheese. I’d like a burst of freshness in all of them, something to brighten up the flavors. Alejandro’s delicious salsa, made with fresh chilies – whatever varieties he finds – certainly helps. (Sensitive-palated Parisians, consider yourselves warned.)”

 

 

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Piccoli Cugini

This new pizzeria is the little cousin of I Cugini, also in the 10th.

Practical information

Address: 34 rue des Vinaigriers, 75010
Nearest transport: Jacques Bonsergent (5)
Hours: Monday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. and 6 p.m.-midnight; closed Sunday
Reservations: last minute booking usually OK
Telephone: 09 50 57 79 25
Website
Average price for lunch: 20-34€
Average price for dinner: 20-34€
Style of cuisine: Italian – pizza
Special attributes: open Monday, vegetarian options

Reviews of interest

Emmanuel Rubin – Figaroscope (2012) “… facile comme un filet d’huile d’olive, complice et crissante comme ces pizzas gaies, colorées et, pour tout avouer, aussi joliment gaulées que les filles du canal Saint-Martin.”

 

 

 

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Pink Flamingo

“Pas comme les autres,” is the motto at kitschy cool Pink Flamingo Pizza. Take-out and delivery available at all locations.

Practical information

Address: 67 rue Bichat, 75010
Nearest transport: Jacques Bonsergent (5)
Hours: Closed Monday
Reservations: Reservations not accepted
Telephone: 01 42 02 31 70
Average price for lunch: 10-19€
Average price for dinner: 10-19€
Style of cuisine: Italian & pizza
Website

Additional locations

Address: 105 rue Vieille du Temple, 75003
Nearest transport: Filles du Calvaire (8)
Hours: Open every day
Reservations: Reservations not accepted
Telephone: 01 42 71 28 20

Address: 23 rue d’Aligre, 75012
Nearest transport: Ledru-Rollin (8)
Hours: Closed Monday
Reservations: Reservations not accepted
Telephone: 01 43 43 47 07

Address: 30 rue Muller, 75018
Nearest transport: Chateau Rouge
Hours: Open every day
Reservations: Reservations not accepted
Telephone: 01 42 23 14 07

Reviews of interest

Meg Zimbeck (2010) “…cheap and fun…a brilliant option when there’s a large group (or one of indeterminate size), including people who are otherwise difficult to accommodate: parents with kids, vegetarians, friends with no money…”

Emmanuel Rubin – Figaroscope (2010) “Des spécimens de galette décalés, potaches et, une fois sur deux, plutôt convaincants.”

Meg Zimbeck via Budget Travel (2009) “Kooky names and inventive combos are part of the program at the Pink…Whatever the topping, you can be assured of a thin crust made with organic flour and sel de Guérande.”

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I Cugini by John Talbott

I Cugini

Pizza and pasta, in a cool corner space with sidewalk seating.

Practical information

Address: 33 rue du Paradis, 75010
Nearest transport: Poissonnière (7)
Hours: Lunch and dinner, Monday-Friday; closed Saturday and Sunday
Reservations: last minute booking usually OK
Telephone: 01 48 01 65 34
Average price for lunch: 20-34€
Average price for dinner: 20-34€
Style of cuisine: Italian
Special attributes: open Monday, vegetarian options, outdoor seating

Reviews of interest

John Talbott (2010) “…has the sparkling but genuine feel of a neighborhood trattoria…penne with porcini that was also quite good but my linguine with vongole was about the best I’ve ever had…”

 

 

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Le Petit Cambodge by Barbra Austin

Le Petit Cambodge

It’s all bo bun, all the time at this airy annex to the heavily trafficked Le Cambodge.

Practical information

Address: 20 rue Alibert, 75010
Nearest transport: Goncourt (11)
Hours: Lunch and dinner, Monday-Saturday; closed Sunday
Reservations: reservations not accepted
Telephone: 01 42 45 80 88
Website
Average price for lunch: 10-19€
Average price for dinner: 10-19€
Style of cuisine: Cambodian/Laoatian/Vietnamese
Special attributes: vegetarian options, open Monday, outdoor dining, good for solo dining

Reviews of interest

Emmanuel Rubin – Le Figaro (2011) “Sympathique, même si l’on a connu Cambodge plus authentique…”

 

 

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La Tête dans les Olives by Barbra Austin

La Tête dans les Olives

Cédric Casanova works with olive growers in western Sicily to produce a line of superb oils, available at this closet of a shop along with smoked and dried fish, wild oregano and other Sicilian specialties. One private table for five featuring these products is available for dinner (and sometimes lunch), but you’ll have to book far in advance if you want it to be yours. Reservations by email only at latable@latetedanslesolives.com.

Practical information

Address: 2 rue St. Marthe, 75010
Nearest transport: Goncourt (11) or Colonel Fabien (2)
Hours: Boutique closed Sunday and Monday
Reservations: Reservations by email only at latable@latetedanslesolives.com
Telephone: 09 51 31 33 34
Average price for lunch: 20-34€
Average price for dinner: 20-34€
Style of cuisine: Italian
Website

Reviews of interest

Alexander Lobrano (2010) “To be sure, this place isn’t really a restaurant, but rather a table d’hotes…Sicilian home cooking at its best.”

François Simon (2010) “…renversant simplicité…très agréable…”

John Talbott (2010) “…like one big antipasti festival, with first-rate Sicilian ingredients from the sea and land.”

Barbra Austin (2010) “…mushroom caps stuffed with tapenade, thinly sliced carrots rolled around a filling of mint and ricotta salata, and caramelized squash wedges sweet as candy…Delicious.”

 

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Louloucam by John Talbott

Louloucam

The chef at this neighborhood bistro worked at La Tour d’Argent and Le Meurice.

Practical information

Address: 264 rue du Faubourg Saint Martin, 75010
Nearest transport: Stalingrad (2, 5, 7)
Hours: Tuesday-Friday, lunch and dinner; Saturday, dinner only; Sunday brunch; closed Monday
Reservations: last minute booking usually OK
Telephone: 01 40 34 76 87
Average price for lunch: 20-34€
Average price for dinner: 20-34€
Style of cuisine: French bistro
Special attributes: open Sunday

Reviews of interest

Alexander Lobrano (2012) “…a very sincere new bistro with an intriguing two-speed menu, or a mix of French classics and some clever modern dishes…a great neighborhood bolt-hole and a fine coda to those who’d doom-say the French kitchen.”

Emmanuel Rubin – Figaroscope (2012) “Env. 15-25 € au déjeuner, menu à 31 € au dîner. Linguine aux couteaux: avenant. Volaille bourbonnaise à la crème: bien étoffée. Choux à la crème: gonflés.”

John Talbott (2012) “The 31 € 3-course menu looked great; lots of tasty choices…my new friend had the Bourbonnaise chicken with white sauce and I had (after ensuring it was a thick not thin slice) a piece of veal liver a la Lyonnaise; both were nice, but strangely again, both were lukewarm and came with nicely toasted thin slices of potato…”

Anne-Laure Pham – L’Express (2012) “…un simple et bluffant poireau vinaigrette à la citronnelle, puis un irréprochable foie de veau à la lyonnaise…”

 

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Maria Luisa

A popular one for pizza near the canal, with outdoor seating.

Practical information

Address: 2 rue Marie et Louise, 75010
Nearest transport: Goncourt (11)
Hours: Every day, noon-2:30 p.m. and 8 p.m. – 11 p.m.
Reservations: Reservations not accepted
Telephone: 01 44 84 04 01
Average price for lunch: 10-19€
Average price for dinner: 10-19€
Style of cuisine: Italian – Pizza
Special attributes: vegetarian options, kid-friendly, outdoor dining, open Sunday, open Monday

Reviews of interest 

Aurélie Chaigneau (2013) “C’est plein de bonne humeur et à craquer. Et comme la maison n’accepte pas les réservations, l’attente sur le trottoir fait partie du charme du lieu. Assiette d’antipasti simple à grignoter à plusieurs jusqu’à l’arrivée tardive des pizzas: Margherita, Caprese, 4 fromages… Service adorable, détendu et gentiment tête en l’air.”

 

 

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Big Fernand

Get in line for juicy burgers, made with French ingredients and cooked by an enthusiastic, plaid-clad crew of mustachoied men.

Practical information

Address: 55 rue du Faubourg Poissonnière, 75010
Nearest transport: Poissonnière (7)
Hours: Lunch and dinner, Monday-Saturday; closed Sunday
Reservations: not accepted
Telephone: 01 47 70 54 72
Website
Average price for lunch: 10-19€
Average price for dinner: 10-19€
Style of cuisine: American
Special attributes: open Monday, good for solo dining, good for families, take-out available

Additional locations

Address: 32 rue Saint-Sauveur, 75002
Nearest transport: Sentier (3)
Hours: Open every day
Telephone: 09 67 22 40 06

Reviews of interest

Emmanuel Rubin (2013) “chaude comme bouillon, active à sortirdu burger à la gauloise, juteux, vaillant, à la limite de la surcharge et du fourre-tout.”

Caroline Mignot (2013) “Un steak de bœuf charolais très généreux, du fromage à raclette, de la ciboulette, des oignons mitonnés, de la poitrine fumée extra grillée (qui croustille beaucoup, c’est ce qui est bon) et une sauce barbecue maison pas mal du tout…Mais au bout de quelques bouchées, je m’aperçois que la viande très moelleuse et la cuisson plus bleue que saignante (je l’ai demandée saignante) font que le bœuf fond en bouche dans un amalgame d’ingrédients qui le fait légèrement disparaître. C’est bon hein, tous les ingrédients sont là, identifiables et généreux, mais la viande manque un peu de mâche, alors que l’épaisseur est là, la quantité et la qualité doublement.”

Thierry Richard (2012) “Du pain spécialement préparé par le boulanger voisin, moelleux comme tout, de la viande hachée sur place juteuse comme on l’aime…Service survolté, drôle et bien organisé…”

Figaroscope (2012) “Big Fernand, c’est l’Amérique revisitée béret-baguette, la France profonde aux couleurs yankees…Tout est cuit devant vous, la viande et les frites sont très bonnes, le pain aussi.”

Chrisoscope (2012) “Une organisation efficace qui limite le temps d’attente…Des portions gourmandes et assez copieuses pour bien manger et ne plus avoir faim avec un burger, une frite et une boisson…Des produits de qualité, des recettes réussies ou la possibilité de composer le burger de son choix…Une adresse recommandée et hautement recommandable!”

 

 

 

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Youpi et Voilà by Phyllis Flick

Youpi et Voilà

Fresh, pristine cooking from auto-didact Patrice Gelbart.

Practical information

Address: 8 rue Vicq d’Azir, 75010
Nearest transport: Colonel Fabien (2)
Hours: Lunch and dinner, Tuesday-Saturday; closed Sunday and Monday
Reservations: Book a few days in advance
Telephone: 01 83 89 12 63
Average price for dinner: 35-49€
Style of cuisine: Modern French
Website

Trusted reviews

Fulgurances (2014)”Patrice Gelbart cuisine, tout en pudeur et affirmation, ses produits c’est son courage, sa passion du métier sa rage, son sens de l’échange son point d’ancrage.”

Alexander Lobrano (2012) “I’ve since spent a week puzzling over this meal, and have concluded the crew here would be much happier if they were cooking and serving their friends instead of running a general-public restaurant, and also that the metier of waiter or waitress that France so brilliantly perfected over the course of many centuries is in danger.”

John Talbott (2012) “…The poor pigeon I had was tough, tasteless and overcooked… against the opinions of all the other rapporteurs and my co-diners today, I cannot in good conscience (and mine is in bad shape) recommend it.”

Bruno Verjus (2012) “Dans les assiettes, les produits et associations sonnent juste, écho aux idées du chef. Assaisonnement vifs et précis, jeux de textures, les mets vibrent, illuminent. Les vins vivant sont à prix très raisonnables. Youpi, voilà un véritable restaurant.”

Phyllis Flick (2012) “Gelbart, a self-taught chef, is passionate about working with small local producers and the best seasonal products…His cooking is subtle and creative, using generous amounts of fresh herbs and plants with a mix of textures and flavors…I left feeling charmed by the atmosphere, the warm service, and obvious passion of the chef.”

François-Régis Gaudry – L’Express (2012) “…des prix calmes et un service à la cool…Et dans l’assiette, des plats bons mais flegmatiques, insouciants, pas encore très concernés…Il va falloir attendre un peu que la bête se réveille…”

Emmanuel Rubin – Le Figaro (2012) “…dans une petite salle coincée entre un mur fatalement de brique et l’autre forcément de pierre grattée, la belle santé d’une cuisine de feeling et de produit franc. Si le cool avait un goût, ce serait celui-là.”

 

 

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Saravanaa Bhavan

Before getting on the Eurostar, stop for pan-Indian vegetarian fare in this bright, packed hall, part of an international chain.

Practical information

Address: 170 rue du Faubourg Saint Denis, 75010
Nearest transport: Gare du Nord (4, 5, RER B)
Hours: Open every day, 10:30 a.m.- 11 p.m.
Reservations: not accepted
Telephone: 01 40 05 01 01
Website
Average price for lunch: 10-19€
Average price for dinner: 10-19€
Style of cuisine: Indian
Special attributes: vegetarian options, open Sunday, open Monday, continuous all-day service

Reviews of interest

François-Régis Gaudry (2011) “Ici, ni viande ni poisson, seulement des légumes frais, des épices puissantes, des céréales et l’indispensable ghee (beurre clarifié), qui n’a pas son pareil pour révéler les saveurs…un bon indien à Paris. Peut-être même le meilleur.”

Emmanuel Rubin – Figaroscope (2011) “Onion Rava Masala Dosa (crêpe fine légèrement épicée garnie de pommes de terre et d’oignons): craquante, sans pesanteur. Onion & chilli Uthappam (crêpe épaisse garnie d’oignons et de piments verts) : moelleuse. Vegetable Makhanwala (cubes de légumes au beurre épicé) : plaisant…”

Caroline Mignot (2011) “végétarienne, incroyablement étoffée, au sens “étoffe” du terme, pleine de couleurs, de sensations, de toucher…”

Sophie Brissaud (2010) “…c’est spectaculairement bon…La fraîcheur des ingrédients est remarquable, la longueur aromatique des plats vous réchauffe longtemps après que vous êtes sorti du restaurant…”

 

 

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Le Conservatoire de Cédric Casanova

Round up your friends and book weeks in advance for a Sicilian “picnic” in olive oil impresario Cédric Casanova’s new épicerie. Minimum five people, eight max, 30€ per tête.

Practical information

Address: 14 rue Sainte-Marthe, 75010
Nearest transport: Colonel Fabien (2)
Hours: Open every day, lunch and dinner (épicerie open Tuesday through Friday 2pm-7pm and Saturday 10am-7pm)
Reservations: By email only at picnic@latetedanslesolives.com
Telephone: No phone
Average price for lunch: 30€
Average price for dinner: 30€
Style of cuisine: Italian
Special attributes: small plates, good for groups

 

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