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Balls

This is no longer included among the favorite 350 addresses that make up Our Guide to Paris Restaurants. We’ve maintained this page so that you can refer to the practical information and other reviews of interest. Feel free to share your own opinion in the comments.

Practical information

Address: 47 rue Saint-Maur, 75011
Nearest transport: Rue Saint-Maur (3), Saint-Ambroise (9), Père Lachaise (2,9)
Hours: Closed Saturday lunch and all day Sunday and Monday
Reservations: Reservations not required
Telephone: 09 51 38 74 89
Average price for lunch: 10-19€
Average price for dinner: 10-19€
Style of cuisine: Meatballs, vegetarian options
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Reviews of interest

  • Jerôme Berger for A Nous Paris (2014) “Une vraie surprise. En premier lieu, donc, une salle-comptoir brute de design, remplie de fashionistas et de mobilier industrialo-vintage. Déjà vus. La suite, en revanche… Des boulettes par cinq, comme s’il en tombait : bœuf (persil plat, oignons), poulet (estragon, citron), porc (fenouil, paprika)… Fraîches, parfumées, voire addictives.”
Miznon restaurant in Paris | parisbymouth.com

Miznon

Vegetables aren’t an afterthought at this annex of an Israeli pita chain. They’re the stars of a creative menu. Some of the best sandwich options include the melting ratatouille, the chickpea salad topped with homemade hot sauce & boiled egg, or the whole roasted cauliflower with tahini sauce. Although exceptionally vegetarian (and vegan) friendly, there’s meat and fish options as well. The boeuf bourguignon if you’re looking for something traditionally French, albeit not traditionally in a pita, is delicious. Beef stew in pita form is a bit messy, however, so eat fast.

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rose bakery

The Wilted State of Vegetarian Dining in Paris

If anyone can put to rest the idea that a vegetarian banker is an oxymoron anywhere outside of India, it might be my college friend Duncan from Boston. He’s been a vegetarian ever since I’ve know him, and in deference to his meat-free diet, I suffered through dozens of bean-and-grain “Whole Earth Catalog” type meals in cafés festooned with spider plants in macramé holders in the college town in Western Massachusetts where we went to school.

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Soul Kitchen

This cozy coffee shop run by the Anzel sisters has a limited menu of veggie centric dishes that change each day.

Practical information

Address: 33 rue Lamarck, 75018
Nearest transport: Lamarck-Caulaincourt (12)
Hours: Closed Monday; Open Tuesday-Friday 9am-5pm and Saturday-Sunday 10am-5pm
Reservations: Reservations not needed
Telephone: 01 71 37 99 95
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Average price for lunch: 10-19€
Style of cuisine: soups/salads/sandwiches
Special attributes: vegetarian options, open Sunday, brunch
Type of crowd: locals, expats, bobos, vegetarians
Interior: quirky & playful
Atmosphere: casual

Reviews of interest

  • Clotilde Dusoulier (2013) “At this bright and welcoming little place at the back of the Montmartre hill, the daily veg-heavy dishes always include an all-vegetarian option.”
  • Le Fooding (2013) “Vous avez le choix entre un chorophyllique velouté de cresson, noisettes et toast au foie gras maison, un pétulant chili con carne au riz rouge, un « mac n’cheese » bien bronzé au vieux comté, une tarte au poivron grillé et chèvre valencay…”

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La Compagnie de Bretagne by Barbra Austin

La Compagnie de Bretagne

NOW CLOSED This crêperie brings a little luxury to the genre, plus organic Bréton ingredients, a list of about 20 artisanal ciders, and Olivier Roellinger consulting. Continuous service every day.

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Address: 9 rue de l’Ecole de Médicine, 75006
Nearest transport: Odéon (4, 10)
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Average price for lunch: 10-19€
Average price for dinner: 20-34€
Style of cuisine: Regional: Breton / crêpes
Special attributes: prestige ingredients, comfort food, vegetarian options, continuous all-day service, open Sunday, open Monday
Type of crowd:  foodies, neighborhood locals, families
Interior: charming & traditional
Atmosphere: casual

Reviews of interest

NOW CLOSED

  • Caroline Mignot (2011) “Crêpe au caramel au beurre salé. J’irai droit au but, ce fut l’une des meilleures goûtées dans ma vie de crêpe au caramel au beurre salée addicte.”
  • Sophie Brissaud (2011) “On sent le désir de débarrasser la galette de sa simplicité plébéienne. Mais le plus bête sur l’assiette, ce sont les deux petits rouleaux de jambon, bien séparés de la crêpe. J’ai lu que c’était pour mettre en valeur la qualité du jambon. J’en doute.”
  • Barbra Austin (2011) “This was a sorry specimen, possibly pre-made, without a crisp, lacy border, and with none of the deep golden nuttiness that decent galettes have… There was some redemption in the great list of Breton ciders (and beers and juices), and the excellent, vanilla-laden rhubarb compote that filled a dessert crêpe. But in all this attention to detail — from the pedigreed products to the maritime art on the walls and the Breton translations on the menu — the crêpe itself seems to have been forgotten.”
  • John Talbott (2011) “The menu is simple; galettes, specialties with products such as lobsters and dessert crepes, plus an enormous number of cidersjust a creative creperie, albeit a very, very good one.”
  • François Simon (2011) “L’oeuf le fait bien (l’oeuf) et propose un joli orangé crémeux, le jambon joue la cigarette à coté pour mettre en valeur sa noble extraction porcine, nous épargnant les algues vertes, sous l’assiette. Lui aussi a les papiers conformes aux nouveaux chants de la terre : durables, écologiques, raisonnés. C’est cela la signature Roellinger.”

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Candelaria taqueria in Paris | parisbymouth.com

Candelaria

With its bright, bare-bones kitchen, crowded counter, communal table, and addictive salsas — all mercifully un-Frenchified — this upper Marais spot has officially changed the game, and people are lining up for tacos and agua fresca. Go through the unmarked door next to the stove and you’ll find a serious bar, staffed by Experimental Cocktail Club grads.

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Les Grandes Tables du 104

This is no longer included among the favorite 350 addresses that make up Our Guide to Paris Restaurants. We’ve maintained this page so that you can refer to the practical information and other reviews of interest. Feel free to share your own opinion in the comments.

Practical information

Address: 5 rue Curial, 75019
Nearest transport: Riquet (7)
Hours: Closed Monday
Reservations: Reservations not necessary
Telephone: 01 40 37 10 07
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Average price for lunch: 10-19€
Average price for dinner: 20-34€
Style of cuisine: Fusion
Special attributes: market-based cooking, good for groups, good for solo dining, open Sunday
Type of crowd: hipsters, foodies, bobos, neighborhood locals
Interior: polished & modern
Atmosphere: casual

Reviews of interest

  • François-Régis Gaudry – l’Express (2010) “Au sujet de mon dîner de hier soir, je me demande encore ce qu’il y avait à sauver… Le décor loftien peut-être, avec ses supensions industrielles et son enchêtrement de gros tuyaux au plafond ; les prix ras le béton, aussi. Pour le reste, je suis bien obligé de cocher les cases « bof », voire carrément  »beurk »”
  • John Talbott (2010) “Great menu; 28 E for dinner and weekends, 17 E for weekday lunches for three dishes and the menu changes regularly….razor clams and squid with potatoes and piquillos and a mushroom soup with combawa (yah we had to ask too – sort of Pacific Ocean limes) and veggies – both were simply delicious.”
  • Emmanuel Rubin – Le Figaro (2010) “Bonne pâte un peu paumée, perdue dans l’environnement, déracinée, du moins malhabile à concilier la sève rustique et le sens de la plastique. Le propos est sincère, le ticket peu dispendieux mais on a ici ce sentiment d’une gastronomie comme subventionnée.”

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Breizh Cafe in Paris | Paris By Mouth

Breizh Café

  An absolute favorite

Practical information

Address: 109 rue Vieille du Temple, 75003
Nearest transport: Filles du Calvaire (8)
Hours: Closed Monday and Tuesday
Reservations: Book a few days in advance
Telephone: 01 42 72 13 77
Average price for lunch: 10-19€
Average price for dinner: 10-19€
Style of cuisine: Breton/crêpes
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Reviews of interest

Emerald Bond (2013) “If you are going to indulge in the cliché (and you should), make sure you do it right. And there truly is nothing more right than the perfectly nutty, crisp cornered salted caramel butter crêpe from Breizh Café… The slogan of Breizh Café, ’La crêpe autrement‘ rings true – it is indeed the crêpe done differently. And by different, I mean better.”

Aaron Ayscough (2011) “It’s a well-run operation with fresh ingredients, good service, and an unbeatable list of ciders. Nothing wrong with the natural-by-numbers wine list, either.”

Meg Zimbeck for BlackBook (2008) “Organic ingredients and a long list of artisanal ciders make Bertrand Larcher’s Breton update a foodie favorite. No lace curtains here – the Breizh is all about slate floors, raw wood, and Japanese crêpe-makers. Simple and delicious with an escape for under €20.”

Dorie Greenspan (2008) “…made with organic ingredients and the fillings can be plain or fancy, sweet or savory.  There’s also a terrific (and terrifcally long) cider list.”

David Lebovitz (2008) “Because owner Bertrand Larcher is a true Breton, the Breizh Café focuses on the quality of the products and lets them shine…”

François Simon (2007) “C’est pourtant pas compliqué : de l’eau, de la farine…ah oui, et un peu de sentiment!”

John Talbott (2007) “…does to crepes what Wolfgang Puck did with pizza; it turns them on their head…

 

Chez Marianne

This is no longer included among the favorite 350 addresses that make up Our Guide to Paris Restaurants. We’ve maintained this page so that you can refer to the practical information and other reviews of interest. Feel free to share your own opinion in the comments.

Practical information

Address: 2 rue des Hospitaliéres St. Gervais, 75004
Nearest transport: St. Paul (1)
Hours: Open every day
Reservations: Last minute booking usually OK
Telephone: 01 42 72 18 86
Average price for lunch: 10-19€
Average price for dinner: 10-19€
Style of cuisine: Jewish
Special attributes: small plates, vegetarian options, outdoor dining, continuous all-day service, open Sunday, open Monday

Reviews of interest

David Lebovitz (2008) ” If you’re craving something other than French food, the middle eastern combination salads here offer a bit of a respite…”