Ty Breiz

Practical information

Address: 52 boulevard de Vaugirard, 75015
Nearest transport: Pasteur (6, 12)
Hours: Closed Sunday and Monday; Open Tuesday-Saturday 11am-11pm
Reservations: Reservations not accepted
Telephone: 01 43 20 83 72
Average price for lunch: 10-19€
Average price for dinner: 10-19€
Style of cuisine: French, Crêperies
Website

Reviews of interest

Le Figaro (2009) “#2 galette complète in Paris.”

Tricotin

Practical information

Address: 15 avenue de Choisy, 75013
Nearest transport: Porte de Choisy (7, T3)
Hours: Open every day 9am-11pm
Reservations: Walk-Ins Welcome
Telephone: 01 45 84 74 44
Average price for lunch: 10-19€
Average price for dinner: 10-19€
Style of cuisine: Chinese

Reviews of interest

Hipsters in Paris (2015) “Basically its busy, vibrant, disorganised, inexpensive and (usually) delicious. Go in with reasonable expectations about the service and decor and you will exit supremely satisfied.”

John Talbott (2014) “… a Chinese/Cambodian/Laotian/Thai/etc. place on the Southern edge of the city that is one of our two friends’ favorite Asian places.”

David Lebovitz (2014) “If you’re looking for a pitcher of real iced tea, unsweetened… this is the real deal… unlike the take-outs around town, the dim sum here is made in-house.”

 L’Express (2012) “Service rapide et prix raisonnables…”

Chez Ptipois (2005) “…une des meilleures adresses de Paris pour les dim sum…”

La Rotonde

Practical information

Address: 105 boulevard du Montparnasse, 75006
Nearest transport: Vavin (4)
Hours: Open every day 6am-2am
Reservations: Walk-Ins Welcome
Telephone: 01 43 26 48 26
Average price for lunch: 40-59€
Average price for dinner: 40-59€
Style of cuisine: Classic French
Website   Facebook

Reviews of interest

Alexander Lobrano (2015) “Served with charm and a deep professional knowledge of proper table service, this meal was the kind of feed upon which the good reputation of French cooking was originally constructed, because what this food says is that you can eat well even when you’re not interested in making a fuss about it or spending too much money.”

The New York Times (2013) “La Rotonde, a 1911 vintage brasserie in Montparnasse, accommodates both the real and imagined realities of the city, all without sacrificing good food…the politely wisecracking service is brisk in the brasserie tradition. More important, the traditional comfort cooking is not only well executed but often made with pedigreed ingredients.”

Photo courtesy of La Rotonde Montparnasse’s Facebook page