Book many weeks in advance for a seat at this fantastic table d’hotes, run by a young American couple in their apartment near Palais Royal. Ten courses, including bubbly and wine pairings. OCTOBER 2011: Hidden Kitchen has closed, but you can find the pair at their new venture, Verjus.
Practical information Address: 64 rue Charlot, 75003 Nearest transport: Filles du Calvaire (8) Hours: Closed Sunday; Open Monday-Saturday for lunch & dinner Reservations: Walk-ins Welcome Telephone: 01 42 77 34 10 Average price for lunch: 10-19€ Average price for dinner: 10-19€ Style of cuisine: Italian &
This lunch spot is run by the Poilâne people, and features tartines – open faced sandwiches, hot and cold – on their famous bread. Locations in the 6th and 3rd.
This place is known mainly for its giant, meaty salads.
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This slick little dinette offers pho, bo bun and other Vietnamese favorites.
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.
At this small, contemporary bistro near the Centre Pompidou, Chef Mickael Gaigner shows off his skills — honed in high end kitchens — at reasonable prices.
Here’s our collection of preferred pâtisseries, from homey to haute, where you’ll find the Madeleines, millefeuilles, and macarons that make our butter-laden hearts beat fast. 75001 Angelina – 226 rue de Rivoli (01 42 60 82 00) La Bague de Kenza – 136 rue Saint
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The name is cute but the homestyle Chinese cooking is serious at this minuscule address, run by a chef from Shanghai. BYOB, or wash it down with tapioca-filled tea.
Practical information Address: 3 rue des Tournelles, 75004 Nearest transport: Bastille (1, 5, 8 ) Hours: Closed Sunday & Monday; Open Tuesday-Saturday for lunch & dinner Reservations: Walk-ins Welcome Telephone: 01 44 78 03 92 Average price for lunch: 10-19€ Average price for dinner: 20-39€ Style
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The chefs at Café Salle Pleyel are itinerant, like the musicians who play in the adjacent concert hall. Currently at the stove is Mauro Colagreco. Closed for dinner and weekends except when there is a performance.
This restaurant is now closed.
This historic spot is known for oysters and grand platters of fruits de mer, as well as its classified, Louis Majorelle – designed art deco toilettes.
Régis’ fantastic oysters come from the Marenne-Oleron and are available for dégustation on the spot in the sea blue dining room, to to take home. Take note: Like most oyster bars, Régis has a long summer closure.
Whether or not you believe YOOM serves the most authentic dim sum in Paris may depend on whether or not you’ve been to Hong Kong. Now with two locations, the original on rue des Martyrs, and an outpost in the 6th.
One of the great bakeries of Paris, and not a baguette to be found.
Practical information Address: 26 rue Bobillot, 75013 Nearest transport: Place d’Italie (5, 6, 7) Hours: Closed Sunday & Monday; Open Tuesday-Saturday for lunch & dinner Reservations: Walk-ins Welcome Telephone: 01 53 80 24 00 Average price for lunch: 20-39€ Average price for dinner: 40-59€ Style of
Devotées love the artichoke pizza at this (very) sixth arrondissement address, which features a wood-burning oven, and contentious pricing.
This contemporary bistro was seriously hyped in its early days, thanks in part to the 37€, five-course menu and a young chef with a great resumé, and perhaps the novelty of a middle-of-nowhere location, deep in the fifth.
Casual, cosmpolitan cooking is on the menu at this design-y canteen in the Palais de Tokyo.
Chef Shinishi Sato and his Japanese team make precise, poetic use of pristine French ingredients, and have recently earned a second Michelin star.