Patio at GrandCoeur restaurant in Paris | Paris by Mouth

GrandCoeur

A beautiful and expansive outdoor terrace tucked inside a hidden courtyard in the Marais, this is the Paris address of Mauro Colagreco, whose restaurant Mirazur is currently rated (in 2022) as the World's Best. GrandCoeur offers a Mediterranean menu full of fresh fish, with a few vegetarian & carnivorous options. It's open every day and is a good option for larger groups. 

Practical Details

41 Rue du Temple, 75004

Open every day for lunch and dinner

Reservations online or at +33 1 58 28 18 90

Why Go?

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Our Photos

Amuse bouche at GrandCoeur restaurant in Paris | Paris by Mouth
Line caught mackerel marinated in ponzu, cooked on an open flame, with green zebra tomatoes, fennel carpaccio, coriander syrup, yogurt and black sesame | Paris by Mouth
Ceviche of dorade with almond milk, lime gelly, red onions, radish, crispy corn and yellow pepper at GrandCoeur restaurant in Paris | Paris by Mouth
Line caught fish of the day with leeks and kale at GrandCoeur restaurant in Paris | Paris by Mouth
Half chicken with smoked carrots, puffed buckwheat, basil pesto, and jus at GrandCoeur restaurant in Paris | Paris by Mouth
Cheese course at GrandCoeur restaurant in Paris | Paris by Mouth
Patio at GrandCoeur restaurant in Paris | Paris by Mouth
Outdoor dining at GrandCoeur restaurant in Paris | Paris by Mouth

2 Replies to “GrandCoeur”

  1. Hi Joyce! I’m glad you shared your feedback, and I’m so sorry that you had such a negative experience. While I 100% believe you, I’ve never experienced anything like that there, and I have to base my recommendations on my own experience. I don’t want to make excuses for them (we have no relationship and there’s no reason for me to defend them), but I will say this: almost every restaurant in Paris is painfully understaffed right now. They’re all advertising around the clock on social media for kitchen and dining room staff. I also had a painfully long wait at a restaurant this week, and attribute it to staffing shortages. I know that doesn’t make up for a terrible dinner, but it might explain it a little. I hope your next meal is better!

  2. We dined there this evening in the covered patio. The experience was very unfortunate (at best). The service was indifferent and it took us 2 hours to be fed. We had the distinct impression that as Americans we were placed at the bottom of the list for decent service. While our server apologized (only after we complained at the inexplicable delay), there was no making up for the poor service. The food was simply not special enough to justify the delay. Do not keep this on your recommended list.

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