Service is included on French restaurant bills, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't tip at all.
The picturesque Passage des Panoramas is home to this cozy Italian-accented spot with a short, simple menu and natural wine list.
Two chefs - one captivated by the sea, the other by land - unite at this contemporary, creative restaurant in the ritzy 8th arrondissement.
Adar offers Mediterranean-inspired fare from chef Tamir Nahmias in the picturesque Passage des Panoramas.
Augustin Marchand d’Vins – like Left Bank predecessors La Crêmerie & La Quincave - is a bare-bones cave-à-manger, a wine shop in which one can dine, slightly.
With its thick wine list and selection of note-perfect pastas and subtle insalati, Pastore is everything contemporary Italian cuisine should be.
This bistrot in the heart of the Latin Quarter offers all-day service in its spacious dining room.
Forget Carbón's wood-fired concept and enjoy it for what it is: ambitious small plates.
Ten Belles' new Left Bank outposts offers some of the charm and all of the flavor of the original.
Montmartre’s Restaurant Le Maquis – better known simply as Le Maquis – is among the latest haute-bistrot offshoots from the lineage of Inaki Aizpitarte’s influential, innovative institution Le Châteaubriand.