Our Full Paris Restaurant Guide

75001 (Louvre, Palais-Royal, Les Halles)

Beef Club
Big Fernand
Café des Abattoirs
Camélia
Ellsworth
Hakata Choten
Issé
Juveniles
Kei
Kunitoraya
Kunitoraya 2
L’Ecume Saint Honoré
La Régalade Saint Honoré
La Dame de Pic
La Tour de Montlhéry – Chez Denise
Le Garde Robe
Le Meurice
Le Petit Vendôme
Le Rubis
Les Crocs des Halles
Les Fines Gueules
Les Pâtes Vivantes
Macéo
Naritake
Nest
Olio Pane Vino
Pharamond
Pirouette
Racines 2
Spring
Sur Mesure
Verjus
Willi’s Wine Bar
Yam’tcha
Zéboulon

75002 (Sentier, Bourse)

A Noste
Aux Lyonnais

Big Fernand
Burger and Fries
Caffé Stern
Caves Legrand
Chez Georges
Coinstôt Vino
Drouant
Entre Deux Rives
Fée Nature
Frenchie
Frenchie Bar à Vins
Frenchie to Go
Goust
Grillé
Gyoza Bar
Hero
Hokkaido
Il Campionissimo
La Bourse et La Vie
La Marée Jeanne
Le Bistro Volnay
Les Jalles
Le Rubis
Liza
MG Road
Passage 53
Racines
Saturne
Terroir Parisien at the Palais Brongniart

75003 (Northern Marais)

Bob’s Kitchen
Breizh Café
Café des Musées
Café Pinson
Candelaria
Compoir Poîlane
Dessance
Elmer
Glou
Grazie
L’Ami Louis
L’Atelier Vivanda
La Briciola
Le Mary Celeste
Les Enfants Rouges
Maison Plisson
Mmmozza
Nanashi
Pink Flamingo
Rachel’s
Soma
The Beast
Trois Fois Plus de Piments

75004 (Southern Marais)

Benoit
Brasserie de l’Isle Saint Louis
Grand Cœur
Icho
Isami
Jaja
L’Alimentari
L’Ambroisie
L’As du Falafel
Les Pinces
Maison David
Miznon

75005 (Latin Quarter)

Café de la Nouvelle Mairie
Itinéraires
Krishna Bhavan
La Tour d’Argent
Le Porte-Pot
Le Pre Verre
Le Ribouldingue
Lengué
Les Papilles
Restaurant AT

75006 (Saint-Germain)

Allard
Aux Prés
Bellota-Bellota
Bread & Roses
Café Trama
Cosi
Compoir Poîlane
Eggs & Co.
Fish – La Boissonnerie
Fogon
Freddy’s
Guy Savoy
Huîtrerie Régis
Josephine (Chez Dumonet)
La Cantine du Troquet Cherche-Midi
L’Atelier Vivanda
L’Avant Comptoir
L’Avant Comptoir de la Mer
La Rotonde
Le 21
Le Comptoir du Relais
Le Relais de l’Entrecôte
Le Timbre
Little Breizh
Nanashi
Pizza Chic
Restaurant AG
Semilla
Toyo
Yen
Ze Kitchen Galerie

75007 (Eiffel Tower & Invalides)

Auguste
Bellota-Bellota
Bistrot Belhara
Café Constant
Chez l’Ami Jean
Clover
Coutume
Gaya
Garance
L’Arpège
L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon
La Ferme Saint-Simon
La Fontaine de Mars
La Laiterie Sainte-Clotilde
La Table d’Aki
Le Cinq Mars
Les Climats
Les Cocottes de Christian Constant
Les Fables de La Fontaine
Nakatani
Pottoka
Restaurant David Toutain
Restaurant ES
Restaurant Sylvestre
Rosa Bonheur sur Seine
Thoumieux
Treize

75008 (Champs-Elysées)

Alain Ducasse at the Plaza Athénée
Apicius
Bellota-Bellota
Bread & Roses
Epicure (formerly Le Bristol)
Garnier
Le Grand Restaurant
L’Atelier Étoile de Joël Robuchon
La Maison de l’Aubrac
Lasserre
Laurent
Lazare
Le Cinq
Le Gabriel
Le Griffonnier
Le Marché du Lucas (formerly Bar le Passage)
Le Mini Palais
Ledoyen
Les 110 de Taillevent
Lucas Carton 
Mandoobar
Neva Cuisine
Okuda
Pierre Gagnaire
Taillevent

75009 (Grands-Boulevards to Pigalle)

Big Fernand
Bouillon
Bourgogne Sud
Braisenville
Buvette Gastrothèque
Caillebotte
Chartier
Chéri Charlot
Comptoir Canailles
Encore
Faggio
Flesh
Hôtel Amour
Ito
L’Orient d’Or
La Régalade Conservatoire
La Tute
Le BAT
Le Bon Georges
Le Pantruche
Le Richer
Le Vin au Vert
Les Affranchis
Les Canailles
Les Pâtes Vivantes
Office
Professore

75010 (Canal St-Martin, Faubourg St-Denis)

52 Rue du Faubourg St. Denis
Abri 

A Mère
Bob’s Juice Bar
Chez Casimir
Chez Michel
El Nopal
Fée Nature
Floyd’s Bar & Grill
Holybelly
I Cugini
Jules et Shim
Krishna Bhavan
La Cantine de Quentin
La Cave à Michel
La Pointe du Grouin
La Taverne de Zhao
Le Cambodge
Le Galopin
Le Petit Cambodge
Le Triangle
Naan
Nanashi
Philou
Porte 12
Piccoli Cugini
Pink Flamingo
Ravioli Chinois Nord-Est
Rococo
Saravanaa Bhavan
Siseng
Sol Semilla
The Sunken Chip
Urfa Dürüm
Vivant Cave

75011 (Oberkampf, Voltaire, Charonne)

6036
Al Taglio
À La Renaissance
Astier
Au Passage
Aux Deux Amis
Biondi
Bistrot Paul Bert
Blue Valentine
Café Chilango
CheZaline
Clamato
Clown Bar
Come a Casa
Deux Fois Plus de Piment
Fulgurances L’Adresse
Jeanne A
Jones
L’Auberge Flora
L’Ecailler du Bistrot
La Fine Mousse Restaurant
La Pulperia
Le 6 Paul Bert
Le Chardenoux
Le Chateaubriand
Le Dauphin
Le Perchoir
Le Repaire de Cartouche
Le Servan
Les Déserteurs
Martin
Muscovado
Pas de Loup
Pizza dei Cioppi
Retro’bottega
Septime
Soya
Thank You, My Deer
The Green Goose
Yard

75012 (Aligre, Bercy)

Amarante
À la Biche au Bois
Boucherie les Provinces
Dersou
Le Baron Rouge
Pink Flamingo
Shan Gout
Table
Will

75013 (Butte-aux-Cailles, Chinatown)

Au Petit Marguery
Délices de Shandong
L’Auberge du Roi Gradlon
L’Avant Gout
L’Ourcine
Lao Lane Xang 2
Likafo
Pho 14
Simone
Tricotin

75014 (Montparnasse, Alésia)

Aux Enfants Gâtés
Crêperie Josselin
L’Assiette
La Cantine du Troquet
La Cerisaie
La Régalade
Le Cornichon
Le Dôme
Le Severo

75015 (Eiffel Tower, Javel)

Ciel de Paris
Jadis
La Cabane à Huîtres
La Cantine du Troquet Dupleix
Le Casse Noix
Le Clos Y
Le Grand Pan
Le Pario
L’Os à Moelle
Neige d’été
Ty Breiz

75016 (Chaillot, Trocadéro)

Akrame
Astrance
Chez Géraud
Étude
Hexagone
Histoires
L’Abeille
L’Atelier Vivanda
La Grande Cascade
Le 116
Le Pré Catelan
Les Tablettes
Lili
Pages
Shang Palace

75017 (Ternes, Batignolles)

Coretta
Fréderic Simonin
Gare au Gorille
L’Entredgeu
L’Huîtrier
Le Bouchon et L’Assiette
Le Crabe Marteau
Michel Rostang
Papillon
Rech

75018 (Montmartre, Clichy, Goutte d’Or)

Bob’s Bake Shop
Bululu Arepera
Chamarré Montmartre
Il Brigante
Jeanne B
Kiez Biergarten
La Table d’Eugène
La Rallonge
La Cantine de la Cigale
Le Coq Rico
Le Grand 8
Café Miroir
Pink Flamingo

75019 (La Villette, Buttes-Chaumont, Belleville)

Au Boeuf Couronné
Mensae
Quedubon

75020 (Belleville, Ménilmontant, Père Lachaise)

Dilia
Le Baratin

17 thoughts on “Our Full Paris Restaurant Guide”

  1. mary says:

    I would like to recommend a very good french restaurant. maxim Godigna was the chef of Yoni Saada’s restaurant ( top chef 2013) and he finally decided to open his restaurant a month ago. everything is home made even the butter and all products are fresh. the menu changes 2 or 3 times by week !

    try it !

  2. Mirela says:

    I would like to recommend LE Marquis in the 12 th near Gare deLyon.The menu changes once à week,short but very nice for 17€-21€;food based on french tradition.

  3. Gta says:

    If I have one meal in Paris, I will choose Vivanda

  4. Jack Johnson says:

    Thank you so much for creating this super useful restaurant resource. I’ve been looking all over for something like this.

    I’ve included it in my Paris Travel Guide here: http://protravelblog.com/paris-france-things-to-do/

    Jack Johnson

  5. martinC says:

    If I have one meal in Paris, I will choose Vivanda. Wholesome, unpretencious and unbeatable for € well spent. I was surprise its not even listed….

  6. John Talbott says:

    It used to be a favorite of ours years ago; they were splendid to our grandkids bringing over salami & chocolate mousse almost a volunte.
    You are correct that it’s old time butter and cream sauces but if you’re in the mood for huge portions of pleurottes, langoustines & foie de veau, this is your place.

  7. Gerry Freeman says:

    Don’t see Le Bouclard (in 18th) on your list. Frriends have invited us. Cream and butter-rich old time cuisine. Anyone been there? Is the place any good?

  8. Diane says:

    You missed off LE Petit Benoit in Saint Germain! So authentically French and great food! full of French people too!

  9. abond says:

    I would like to recomend a very nice lebanese restaurant in Paris.
    Many gastronome had tasted this restaurant & they have written a good things about It.
    Restaurant EHDEN
    69, Rue de Maubeuge 75010 Paris
    http://www.restaurantehden.fr
    01.45.26.42.10

    It’s a very fresh cuisine, authentic & generous

    Thanks

  10. Boule de suif says:

    I would like to recommend L’Atelier Rodier in the 9 th.
    I really have to dig deep into the bag of superlatives to do this place justice.
    The menu changes at least once a month and it is short but adequate.
    You are welcomed by a friendly and attentive staff that leads you to your reserved table – not that there was much doubt on where we was to sit as only one table was vacant. I had reserved more
    than a week ahead and we had one of the best tables by the window.
    The kitchen occupies about one fourth of the room and you can watch the work through the large windows.
    What they do in this small kitchen is absolutely amazing. Modern food based on french tradition and a lot of imagination, ideas, fantasy and charm.
    Great looking plates but not overly decorated – you can still see and recognize what you eat.
    We decided on the 3 course menu at 39 Euro. First an amuse bouche (lost my notes – but it was great) Then we each had a wonderful Coquillages en papillote with a spinach ravioli. The ravioli was served and the waiter came with the papilottes (in this case a cellofan bag) opened and poured the content of mussels and the juice spiced with tarragon they had steamed in over the ravioli. Simple but divine.
    As plate Madame had sardines and I the fish of the day… again high quality, nice done and great taste in every sense of the word. With this we had a Chardonnay – Viognier. one of the best white wines we had in Paris.
    Two desserts a Baba and a chocolate crémeux with fruit sorbet – elegantly presented and extremely delicious tasting. All this at 104 Euro for two.
    L’Atelier Rodier should have at least a Bib Gourmand – I would say a star!
    I rarely go out in the kitchen and tell I/we enjoyed a meal, but here I did and it was so happily received and we had a short talk out in the street with owner and chef Santiago.
    Go before prices go up – I do hope they will not…

    L’Atelier Rodier, 17 rue Rodier
    Paris, France 75009
    http://www.latelier-rodier.com/
    Reservation is essential

  11. Catherine Down says:

    Unlikely that it will be up in the next week but we’ll keep you up to date when it is. Cheers, Catherine

  12. Catherine Down says:

    Thanks, Thomas. Best way to find a great Monday restaurant right now is to click on our tag for Open Monday. Here’s a link for it: http://parisbymouth.com/tag/open-monday/
    Cheers! Catherine

  13. Martin Lake says:

    Phew! That’s good to know. I’m off to Paris again next month – do you know if it’s likely to be up in the next week or so?

    Very best regards

    Martin

  14. Thomas says:

    I definitely agree. Ce superbon!
    In the meantime, good restaurants on a monday?

  15. Catherine Down says:

    Why thank you Martin. We had a glitch and had to take it down temporarily but hope to have it back up shortly!

  16. Martin Lake says:

    Hey – what happened to the search tool that allowed me to search for restaurants by cuisine, whether they were open on Monday, etc, etc? This was probably THE most useful Paris restaurant tool on the entire world wide web (you’re welcome).

  17. Karen says:

    Thank you again Meg for 3 fabulous tours!!!! Can’t wait to visit again next year.
    I know that La Regalade Saint Honore was listed as a favorite on this site. Perhaps we went on an off night but our experience was the complete anthithesis. The meal started off well with good terrine and cornichons but that was where the quality stopped. Filet of beef was listed as a special for an additional 10 euros. So my daughter and I ordered it. It was the worst pieces of beef I have ever experienced in a restaurant. It was so tough, full of grisel and fat and we couldn’t even cut it with a steak knife. The chef should be ashamed to serve such quality meat. My other daughter’s duck was equally fatty and not edible But the meal ended on a note that really exemplified the entire meal. There was a LONG BLACK HAIR in my daughter’s rice pudding. Very unpleasant indeed. So I am not sure if the chef left to go to the new La Regalade leaving this one in disarray or we just visited on a very very very off night. Just thought I would let you and your readers know. We had other amazing meals during the week and would definitely not recommend anyone go to visit this restaurant.

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