This modern, inexpensive brasserie offers classic French fare near Gare du Nord.
Goguette's natural wine list and food menu stand out for their accessibility, credibility, and versatility.
Brutos offers a contemporary dining experience with a South American accent and an exquisite rib steak for two.
The picturesque Passage des Panoramas is home to this cozy Italian-accented spot with a short, simple menu and natural wine list.
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.
This bistrot in the heart of the Latin Quarter offers all-day service in its spacious dining room.
The overarching honesty and generosity of La Vierge’s concept places the restaurant alongside overachieving peers like Belleville’s Le Cadoret at the vanguard of a new generation of Paris bistrot that recognizes the value of virtue.
Cheval d’Or is a tasteful and welcoming luxury small-plates restaurant offering a delicate synthesis of pan-Asian and Parisian cuisines, more middle ground than Middle Kingdom.
Well-sourced products plus unlikely Japanese touches put Breizh Café head and shoulders above most crêperies.