Ingredient fetishists will appreciate Sven Chartier’s reverence for product, and devotees of natural wines will love Ewan Lemoigne’s list.
If you want a taste of Gregory Marchand’s cooking without the challenge of scoring a reservation at Frenchie, this is where to go.
Practical information Address: 3 rue Mandar, 75002 Nearest transport: Étienne Marcel (4), Sentier (3) Hours: Open every day for lunch & dinner Reservations: Book a day or two in advance Telephone: 01 42 61 58 34 Average price for lunch: 20-39€ Average price for dinner: 40-59€ Style of cuisine: Seafood,
Practical information Address: 289 rue Saint-Denis, 75002 Nearest transport: Strasbourg-Saint-Denis (4, 8, 9) Hours: Closed Monday; Open Tuesday-Sunday for lunch & dinner Reservations: Walk-ins Welcome Telephone: 01 23 45 67 89 Average price for lunch: 10-19€ or 20-39€, depending on if you get the special or order
Practical information Address: 14 rue Léopold Bellan, 75002 Nearest transport: Sentier (3) Hours: Closed Sunday & Monday; Open Tuesday-Saturday for lunch and dinner Reservations: Book a day or two in advance Telephone: 09 84 39 42 49 Average price for lunch: 20-39€ Average price for dinner: 20-39€
Many powerful names/brands have come together for this long-awaited opening inside the Passage des Panoramas. The Alajmo family (of the three-starred Le Calendre in Padua) have partnered with David Lanher (Racines, Vivant) to convert an engraving shop into an Italian restaurant.
Practical information Address: 4 bis rue du 4 Septembre, 75002 Nearest transport: Bourse (3) Hours: Open every day Reservations: Reservations not accepted for the tapas bar, but book a few weeks in advance for the upstairs restaurant Telephone: 01 47 03 91 91 Average price for
Guillaume Duprés runs this wine bar in the passage des Panoramas, serving a range of small plates for snackers, a few hot items for the hungry, and vins natures for the thirsty.
A coffee bar with emphasis on the bar – cocktails and coffee in a shared space from one of the partners in the Belleville Brûlerie.
Lovely Legrand occupies an enviable place off the galerie Vivienne. Mainly a shop, there is a room with a bar and a few tables for a drink and a snack on the spot.
Just north of the bustling rue Montorgeuil, this tiny beer cave is a haven for beer lovers with dozens of international bottles available either to go or to drink on site at one of the four tables
This chocolate shop has had a presence on the rue du Bac for nearly 200 years. There’s a tea salon, too, for tasting on the spot.
Add this fromagerie to your Montorgeuil food crawl.
Stohrer is the oldest pastry shop in Paris, and the birthplace of the Baba au Rhum.
Always a strong contender for the city’s best baguette, Colin is also known for his galette des rois.
Don’t let the multiple locations fool you into thinking that this is some kind of mediocre chain bakery: The breads at Kayser are excellent.
A serious bookstore specializing in gastronomy and oenology, stocking not just cookbooks but academic and historical texts as well.
G. Detou supplies pastry makers — both professional and amateur — with everything they need, from chocolates and nuts to preserved fruits and special sugars.
Chef Olivier Roellinger’s boutique is a must for serious cooks.
Facing a very pretty square, Drouant has been around since 1880. Now run by Antoine Westermann, the menu offers elegantly updated classics with an emphasis on seafood.
The Ducasse group runs this longstanding address for Lyon-style cooking.
A popular, old school bistro serving classics like frisée au lardons, jambon persillée, escargot, and tarte tatin.
Practical information Address: 8 rue des Capucines, 75002 Nearest transport: Opéra (3, 7, 8), Madeleine (8, 12, 14) Hours: Closed Sunday; Open Monday 8.30am-3.30pm; Open Tuesday-Friday 8.30am-2am; Open Saturday 8.30am-5pm Reservations: Walk-Ins Welcome Telephone: 01 42 61 05 88 Average price for lunch: 20-39€ Average price
Practical information Address: 55 rue du Faubourg Poissonnière, 75009 Nearest transport: Poissonnière (7) Hours: Open every day for lunch & dinner Reservations: Reservations not accepted Telephone: 01 73 70 51 52 Average price for lunch: 10-19€ Average price for dinner: 10-19€ Style of cuisine: American, hamburgers Website
Practical information Address: 69 rue d’Argout, 75002 Nearest transport: Sentier (3) Hours: Closed Saturday & Sunday; Open Monday-Friday for lunch Reservations: Reservations not accepted Telephone: 01 42 21 44 36 Average price for lunch: 10-19€ Style of cuisine: Soups/salads/sandwiches, vegetarian options, healthy eating Website Facebook
Practical information Address: 14 rue de la Banque, 75002 Nearest transport: Bourse (3) Hours: Open Monday-Friday for lunch and dinner; Open Saturday for dinner only; Open Sunday for lunch only Reservations: Book a day or two in advance Telephone: 01 55 35 00 66 Average price
Founding chef Pierre Jancou has moved on, but the roots remain. New chef Renaud Marcille is bringing a touch of elegance to the product-driven, market cooking, served, as always, with natural wine, inside the city’s oldest covered passage.
This is no longer included among the favorite 350 addresses that make up Our Guide to Paris Restaurants.
This might be the most pedigreed kebab you’ll ever eat: prepared by Le Chateaubriand alum Frederic Peneau with meat from beloved butcher Hugo Desnoyer, homemade spelt flatbread, and herbs from Annie Bertin.
Just down the street from the impossible to get into Frenchie, you can complete the Gregory Marchand hat trick at the latest outpost from the renowned Frenchie chef. The Anglo-inspired eatery features excellent Reubens, flavorful fish and chips, sweet treats like cheesecake and doughnuts, housemade ginger beer, pickles & maple smoked bacon, and one of the best beer lists we’ve seen in Paris.