Category Archives: Near the Louvre

Rabbit kidney at Chez la Vieille restaurant in Paris | parisbymouth.com

Chez la Vieille

Chez la Vieille is an interesting, if ultimately confusing place to eat. Daniel Rose’s 2016 takeover of this beloved institution was motivated by love and respect for its history (read more about that here), and for the kind of classic bistro cooking that seems to

Juveniles restaurant in Paris | parisbymouth.com

Juveniles

The inspired cooking from Romain (formerly at Le Comptoir and La Régalade Saint-Honore) goes well beyond the satisfying sausage & mash of the old carte and Margaux’s service and wine selections make this a place where you’ll want to become a regular.

Verjus restaurant in Paris | parisbymouth.com

Verjus Restaurant

The couple behind Hidden Kitchen now has a very public showcase for the bold, refined, contemporary American cooking that earned them a loyal following over the years. For a less expensive, small-plates redux, visit the wine bar downstairs.

Brunch at Ellsworth in Paris | parisbymouth.com

Ellsworth

Ellsworth currently holds the #3 spot in our list of favorite restaurants for small sharable plates. Following their success with Verjus, where the more elaborate formula of dégustation + wine pairings has drawn a loyal following of happy locals and visiting celebrities, Braden Perkins and Laura Adrian have decided to

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.