Practical information Address: 9 rue des Quatre-Vents, 75006 Nearest transport: Odéon (4, 10) Hours: Closed Sunday and for Monday lunch. Open for wine sales and as a wine bar from 11am-2:30pm and from 6-10:30pm. Reservations: Strongly recommended for dinner because the small, intimate space often fills
Manhattanite Jody Williams has brought her well-loved French “gastroteque” back to the city that inspired the original rustic-chic cafe.
This Latin Quarter bistro is the more casual annex of the restaurant Jadis. While it might be fine for certain occasions (if you’re strolling near Notre Dame and want some better-than-average wine and charcuterie), it doesn’t add much to the gastronomic landscape. It’s too expensive to be a neighborhood
Practical information Address: 9 boulevard de Port Royal, 75013 Nearest transport: Les Gobelins (7) Hours: Open every day for lunch & dinner Reservations: Walk-ins welcome Telephone: 01 43 31 58 59 Average price for lunch: 20-39€ Average price for dinner: 20-39€ Style of cuisine: Classic French Website
Open since 1912, this picture-postcard Paris bistro is part of the Ducasse group.
Celebrity chef Cyril Lignac took over this historic bistro in 2008.
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This is no longer included among the favorite 350 addresses that make up Our Guide to Paris Restaurants. We’ve maintained this page so that you can refer to the practical information and other reviews of interest. Feel free to share your own opinion in the comments.
Practical information Address: 51 rue de Verneuil, 75007 Nearest transport: Solferino (12) Hours: Open every day for lunch and dinner Reservations: Book a few days in advance Telephone: 01 45 44 69 13 Average price for lunch: 40-59€ Average price for dinner: 40-59€ Style of cuisine:
Looking to eat some classic French bistro cooking? You might have an easier time finding hamburgers and sushi. Alexander Lobrano explores the growing displacement of French food in Paris.
An old-fashioned bistro, open every day.
Les Bis du Severo was sold in 2011, there is still a restaurant here (Le Bis), but it is no longer affiliated with nearby Le Severo.