Le Saint-Sébastien

Le Saint-Sébastien is known for its handmade charcuterie, vegetable-driven (but not vegetarian) cooking, and desserts with a savory spin. The 400-reference-strong wine list and impeccable service make this neighborhood restaurant one worth crossing the city for. Now helmed by chef Christopher Edwards, the menu features plenty of peak-season produce, line-caught fish and an incredible selection of white wine and craft beer for sipping on the sidewalk terrace. Recommended for Great Vegetarian Food in Paris.

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42, rue Saint-Sébastien, 75011
Open Tuesday-Saturday for dinner. Closed Sunday & Monday.
Reservations online or at +33 6 49 75 27 90


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  1. Great dining experience, dishes technically high standing, very savoury combinations, wonderful line-caught fish. Top charcuterie as a starter, never had a ham tasting so good ! Also loved the desert with espuma de chataigne. Wonderful wines. Service and chef de cuisine down-to-earth, open, interested in exchange with guests, although we ate there on last night before X-mas / new-year break. Great ambiance, good mix of diners, good price level. Loved the modern cuisine style in a superbe setting.

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