mes restaurants préférés à Paris

paris chef lisa morgan

mes restaurants préférés  à Paris
(my favorite restaurants in Paris)

People say that you cannot have a bad meal in Paris. Not true. Paris is like every city in that there always a few restaurants that do not use first-rate products, the service is less than kind, or less time and attention was given to your meal then you had hoped. However, given the fact that the majority of the product in France is superb, there is a high concentration of quality, talented chefs, and that good food is a fundamental part of the French culture, the odds are largely in your favor of a wonderful experience. 

There are 40,000 resturants in Paris. These are the ones I am fond of  organized by arrondissement.  They range from “hâute cuisine” to tiny bistros (I even include a few oyster bars and where to find a falafel or gelatto) and serve yourself hang-outs. I have begun to classify the restaurants by price by the following break-down per person:

€  (40 euros or less)
€€  (between 40-100 euros)
€€€  (between 100-200 euros)
€€€€  (more than 200 euros)

I encourage you to contact the restaurant or look at their website for prices, times, and menu specials. I continually add the restaurant links to make it easier. Remember that many places are closed in on Sunday and/or Monday. Many restaurants are also closed in August (some now are closed for part of  July as well) for Grandes Vacances. 

bon appétit !

LM

 

chef morgan a table

“The discovery of a new dish does more for the
happiness of mankind than the discovery of a star.”

— Jean-Anthelme Brillat-Savarin
La Physiologie du Goût (Aphorism IX)

1er arrondissement

In addition to the following list, if you are craving Japanese food, this is the area you should be in.   Wander around rue Sainte-Anne and the surrounding streets, there are numerous Japanese restaurants and noodle houses all walking distance from one another.

Le 114 Faubourg ❤

114 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré
75008 Paris
33 (0)1 53 43 44 44
Lunch: Monday through Friday for lunch
Dinner: Monday through Sunday
Metro: Champs-Elysées Clémenceau (line 1)
€€€

Japanese food at Spring in Paris

Spring
6 rue Bailleul
75001 Paris
33 01 45 96 05 72
http://www.springparis.fr/

American chef/owner Daniel Rose’s new venue for his set three
course menu with inventive combinations.  The new location, bright and open,
is close to the Louvre 

Hôtel Costes

Hôtel Costes
239 rue Saint-Honoré
75001 Paris
33 01 42 44 50 25
www.hotelcostes.com

La tendance en plus, but still nice to have an apéritif and
cigar on the patio especially in the winter with the red Christmas tree.

st eclume

l’Écume Saint Honoré 
6, rue du Marché Saint-Honoré
75001, Paris
33 01 42 61 93 87

Fish shop and a very casual oyster bar.

Le Fumoir 
6, rue de l’Amiral de Coligny
75001, Paris
33 01 42 92 00 24
www.lefumoir.com
Casual place to gather with friends.

Kong
1, rue du Pont Neuf
75001 Paris
(33) 01 40 39 09 10
www.kong.fr


Popular with hipsters and fashion industry. Beautiful view. Asian-inspired food. Decor is great.

Kunitoraya II
5, rue Villedo
75001 Paris
33 01 47 03 07 74 

Kinugawa*
9, rue du Mon-Thabor
75001 Paris
33 01 42 60 65 07

Pirouette*
5, rue Mondétour
75001 Paris
33 01 40 26 47 81

La Dame de Pic *
20, rue du Louvre
75001 Paris
33 01 42 60 40 40

Le Régalade – Saint Honoré
123 rue Saint-Honoré
75001 Paris
33 01 42 21 92 40
This is the second  (newest) location of  this bistro moderne by Bruno Doucet. Very good food. Lunch and dinner. 
Metro: Louvre-Rivoli
€€

Drouant

2ème arrondissement

Aux Lyonnais
32, rue Saint-Mare
33 (0)1 42 96 65 04
www.auxlyonnais.com

Alain Ducasse brings Paris traditional Lyonnais bouchon fare.

Drouant 
16-18 place Gaillon
75002 Paris, France
33 01 42 65 15 16
www.drouant.com

Michelin-starred Antoine Westermann’s traditional French fare presented
in a simple, honest way with the emphasis on the food.  Reasonably priced.
Superb wine list and service.  I adore this restaurant, the food, the art deco
decor, and everyone who works here.

Frenchie 
5 rue du nil
75002 Paris, France
33 01 40 39 96 19
www.frenchie-restaurant.com

Set 3-4 course menu.  Chef Grégory Marchand is very talented and creative with attention to detail.

Terrior Parisien® -Palais Brongniart ❤
28 place de la Bourse
75002 Paris
33 (0)1 83 92 20 30
Metro: Bourse (line 3)
Lunch: Monday through Saturday
Dinner: Monday through Saturday
€€

Café Moderne
40, rue Notre Dame-des-Victories
75002, Paris
33 01 53 40 84 10
www.cafemoderne.fr

Chez Georges
1, rue du Mail (Bourse)
75002, Paris
33 01 42 60 07 11

Casual bistro with solid food. French Institution.
€€

Chef Morgan at Merci in Paris

Merci 
111, Boulevarde Beaumarchais
77002 Paris
33 01 42 77 00 33

www.merci-merci.com

Bookstore, flower stand, housewares, clothes,
and little snacks and coffee (or a glass of wine).  Opened by the former owners of Bonpoint,
Merci is one of my favorite little  spots to buy gifts and sit to enjoy a coffee or tea.


3ème arrondissement

Chez L’Ami Louis 
32, rue Vertbois
75003, Paris
33 01 48 87 77 48

Classic French bistro with amazing foie gras (and yes, the chicken is very good as well).


4ème arrondissement

Benoît
20, rue Saint-Martin
75004 Paris France
33 01 42 72 25 76
www.benoit-paris.com

Opened in 1912, it is now owned by Alain Ducasse (and Thierry de la Brosse).  This is classic French bistro,
a little elevated, with excellent service to match its classic cuisine.  Benoit was my introduction to French cuisine many, many, many years ago.

Mon Vieil Ami 
69, rue Saint-Louis-en-I’Ile
75004 Paris
33 01 40 46 01 35
www.mon-vieil-ami.com

Chef-owner Antoine Westermann’s quaint bistro with an emphasis on vegetables.  Delicious.

L’Excuse
14, rue Charles V
75004 Paris
33 01 42 77 98 97

Quaint little bistro with a charming atmosphere.

Bofinger
5-7, rue de la Bastille
75004 Paris
33 01 42 72 87 82
www.bofingerparis.com

Le Petit Bofinger
6, rue de la Bastille
75004 Paris, France
33 01 42 72 05 23 ‎

Lively brasserie close to the Bastille.  It is an inexpensive version of the original Bofinger.

L’As du Falafel
34, rue des Rosiers
75004 Paris
33 01 48 87 63 60

Take away falafels.  Similar to the “Pink” phenomena in Los Angeles, (L’As du Falafel always has a line).

Breizh Cafe
109, rue Vielle du Temple
75004 Paris
33 01 42 72 13 77
www.breizhcafe.com

Breton Bertrand Larcher’s latest crepery  (he owns others in Concale and Toyko).
Very fresh ingredients (using organic flour) enjoy these crepes with apple or pear cider.
Casual. Good place to take children. You can buy cider, spices, and caramels in the shop next door.


5ème arrondissement

Les Papilles 
30, rue Gay-Lussac
33 01 43 25 20 79
75005 Paris
www.lespapilles.com

Les Papilles (which means taste buds) has a set menu with 3-4 courses.
Terrific wine selection.  This is one of my absolute new favorite places.  The owners, Bertrand Bluy (former rugby player)
and Ulric Claude (known for his menus at chez Taillevent) are as wonderful as their food.

Ribouldingue
10, rue Saint Julien-le-Pauvrre
75005, Paris
33 01 46 33 98 80

Bistro in Latin quarter that specializes in offals.

Petit Pontaise
9 Rue de Pontaise
75005 Paris
33 (0)1 43 29 25 20
Little bistro is open every day.  Classic good bistro food. Friendly atmosphere.
€€

6ème arrondissement

La Quincave 
17 Rue Brea
75006 Paris

Excellent wine with casual simplicity in a cute area of the 6ème.  Great place to hang out with your friends and enjoy a little wine.

 Le Comptoir du Relais
Hôtel Relais Saint-Germain
9, Carrefour de l’Odéon
75006 Paris
33 01 44 27 07 97

Chef Yves Camdeborde’s inventive take on bistro food. Delicious.

Bread and Roses 
7, rue fleurs
75006 Paris
33 01 42 22 06 06
www.breadandroses.fr

This bakery with organic bread has some seating
as well as a take-away counter where you can take food to Jardin du Luxembourg which is just a block away.

Le Cherche Midi
22, rue du Cherche-Midi
33 01 45 48 27 44
www.lecherchemidi.fr

Really good Italian food near Saint Sulpice.

Huîtrerie Régis
3, rue de Montfaucon
75006 paris
33 01 44 41 10 07
www.huiterieregis.com

Saint-Germain oyster bar.

L’Epi Dupin
11, rue Dupin
33 01 42 22 64 56
75006 Paris
www.epidupin.com

Charming bistro.

Les Bouquinistes
53, quai des Grands-Augustins
75006 Paris
33 01 43 25 45 94
www.lesbouinistes.com

Chef Guy Savoy’s  more casual bistro.  A little heavy on the English, but the food is solid.

Domaine de Lintillac
20, rue Rousselet
75007 Paris
33 01 45 66 88 23
www.lintillac-paris.com

Specializes in Southwestern French cuisine and basically everything duck.
There are four locations in Paris (2, 9 and 16 as well).
They also have an online store for their foie gras, pâtés, and other regional specialities.

Hélène Darroze 
4, rue d’Assas
75006 Paris
33 01 42 22 00 11
www.helenedarroze.com

Young chef Hélène Darroze artisitically presents southwestern cuisine with a twist. There are two dining rooms the salon and the upstairs which is more casual and tapas style (the latter you do not need reservations and is great fun and a little fancy all at the same time). Both rooms are good for special occasions.

Emporio Armani Caffé
149, boulevard Saint-Germain (St-Germain-des-Prés)
75006 Paris
33 01 42 78 91 44
www.emporiocaffe.fr

Hard to believe but in the second floor of this retail clothing store is some good Italian food with service to match. Right in the heart of St-Germain-des-Prés.

Les Deux Magots
6, place Saint-Germain-des-Pres
75006, Paris
(33) 01 45 48 55 25

Classic bistro food and centrally located. The service is better if you speak French..just saying.

Café de Flores 
172, boulevard Saint-Germain
75006, Paris
(33) 01 45 44 33 40
www.cafedeflore.fr

This place is a classic.Great place for a late night tea or early evening apéritif.
The service is always wonderful.

Semilla
54, rue de Seine

75006, Paris
(33) 01 43 54 34 50


7ème arrondissement

Auguste
54, rue de Bourgogne
75007 Paris
(33) 01 45 51 61 09
Closed weekends

Le Violon d’Ingres

Le Violon d’Ingres 
135, rue Saint-Dominique
75007 Paris
33 01 45 55 15 05
www.leviolondingres.com

Christian Constant ‘s restaurant in a string of three.  The cassoulet and the vanilla caramel soufflé are my favorites.

Les Cocottes (de Christian Constant)
135, rue Saint Dominique
75007 Paris
33 01 45 50 10 31

Communal tables and box wine.  “Les cocottes” is a term used for casserole dishes (big and small).  This is a causal place where you can sit at the bar or a table.  Most dishes, including desserts, are served in cocottes. Great for lunch or dinner.

Café Constant 
139, rue Saint Dominque
75007 Paris
33 01 46 53 73 34
www.cafeconstant.com

Christain Constant’s solid bistro food in casual setting.
Good place to go if you missed usual lunch time and want a late, but tasty,
sit down lunch. Good breakfasts too.

Les Fables de La Fontaine 
131, rue Saint-Dominque
75007 Paris
33 01 44 18 37 55
www.lesfablesdelafontaine.net

Seafood and Southwestern cuisin e is the focus of  this bistro founded by Christain Constant
(now run by protegees of his from Violin). The emphasis is on seafood and the food as well as the service is outstanding.

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Hôtel Thoumieux 
79, rue Saint Dominque
75007 Paris
33 01 47 05 49 75

Brasserie with atmosphere as swanky as Societe or Hôtel Costes with really good food.
Selection ranges from steak with shoestring fries to calamari carbonara.
Chef Jean-François Piège used to be with Thierry Costes as well as the Crillion.

L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon 
5, rue de Montalembert
75007 Paris
33 01 42 22 56 56
www.joel-robuchon.com

Another one of my new favorites.  The food is haute cuisine, but it is served at a table (akin to a sushi bar) that surrounds the open kitchen.  The seating arrangement naturally lends itself to knowing your dining neighbors. Everything I have eaten here from the seafood to the ris de veau has been excellent.  While there are other ateliers, this is the one all employees come to for their training.

Chez L’Ami Jean
27, rue Malar
95007 Paris
33 01 47 05 86 89
www.amijean.eu

Inventive basque bistro with amazing foie gras.

L’Affriole
17, rue Malar
75007 Paris
33 01 44 18 31 33

Tiny bistro.  Reasonable prices.

Les Ombres
Musée Quai Branly
27, quai Branly, Portail Debilly
75007 Paris
33 01 47 53 68 00
www.elior.com

You cannot miss this restaurant located at the Musée Branly.  The dining room is on the fifth floor and the all glass ceiling dining room gives you a beautiful view of the Eiffel Tower. Make reservations 2 weeks ahead.

il Vino (d’Enrico Bernardo)
13, boulevard de la Tour-Maubourg
75007 Paris
(33) 01 44 11 72 00

Delicious food in a quiet, beautiful atmosphere.
Monsieur Bernardo could not be more gracious or more knowledgable in wine (meilleur sommelier du monde). 

Le Clos des Gourmets 
16, Avenue Rapp
75007 Paris
33 01 45 51 75 61

Neighborhood place walking distance to the Eiffel Tower. Excellent food that never disappoints.

Brasserie le Bourbon
1, place du Palais Bourbon
75007 Paris
(33) 01 45 51 58 27

This is a typical, standard Parisian brasserie.  Business people come here for local as do the neighbors on the weekend. Casual.

Rollet Pradier
6, rue de Bourgogne
75007 Paris
(33) 01 45 51 78 36

There are 3 locations in this arrondisement.  The bread is delicious and their desserts are beautiful,
perfect for that dinner party.  They have a full range of take-away items (for nearby parks) and catering services.

Vasavasa
gelateria sicilan
41, avenue de la Bourdonnais
75007 Paris
(33) 01 47 05 84 30

This is the most amazing gelatto and sorbet (with combinations like rose grapefruit sorbet).
My favorite gelattos here are the fleur de lait and the chocolat sur del lag0, but it is really had to decide.

8ème arrondissement

Il Relais Plaza
21, avenue Montaigne
75008, Paris
(33) 01 53 67 66 65
www.plaza-athenee-paris.com

I would go just for the baba au rhum alone (but everything is good).

Ma Bourgogne
133, Boulevard Hassmann
75008 Paris
33 01 45 63 50 61
www.mabourgogne.com

Burgundy specialities.

Maison Blanche
15, Avenue Montaigne
75008 Paris
www.maison-blanche.fr

The Pourcel brothers excellent creations, beautifully executed.

Market
15, Avenue Matignon
75008 Paris
33 01 56 43 40 90

Fancy. Yummy. Well-placed. Great wine selection.

Laurent
41, avenue Gabriel
75008 Paris
33 01 42 25 00 39
www.le-laurent.com

Beautiful patio.  Amazing food with impeccable attention to detail and quality.

Dalloyau
101, rue Faubourg Saint Honoré
75008 Paris
33 01 42 99 90 00
www.dalloyau.fr

There are four locations in Paris.  Bakery and tearooms. Good stuff especially for a picnic.

les 110 de Taillevent
195, rue de Faubourg Saint-Honore

75008 Paris
33 01 40 74 20 20

Great Italian food.

Café Jacquemart André
158, boulevard Haussmann
33 (0)1 45 62 11 69

In museum. Tiepolo ceiling with Begian tapesties. No reservations. Good brunch. We discovered the café on a museum visit.

LAZARE  
Gare Saint Lazare  
Rue Intérieure
75008   Paris
01 44 90 80 80
http://www.lazare-paris.fr
Eric Fréchon takes the lead opening at a new family style in Saint-Lazare. Price fix menu at lunch a la carte at dinner.

Open every day. L’Epicerie du chef is the culinary artist’s treasure chest, a small shop inside the restaurant that features a selection of his favorite products. Slick white tables with black chairs and wood interior.
Metro Saint-Lazare

 

9ème arrondissement

La Regalade – Conservatoire ❤
Hôtel de NELL
7-9 rue Conservatoire
75009 Paris
Metro: Bonne Nouvelle (lines 8 and 9)
Lunch: Monday through Friday
Dinner: Monday through Friday
33 (0)1 44 83 83 60
€€

The third edition to chef Bruno Doucet’s successful La Régalade bistros. The very definition of bistronomie which never disappoints. This venue set in the chic, new boutique Hôtel de NELL

Cul de Poule
3 rue, des martyrs
75009 Paris
33 01 53 16 13 07

Cul de poule means “hen’s ass” (just to let you know).  This is the latest restaurant of four from American Yannig Samot.  In the Pignot area.  Very casual with cafeteria chairs. Fun.

Hôtel Amour 
8 rue Navarin
Paris, 75009
33 01 48 78 31 80

This one you probably will not find on many chef’s lists..but it is great.
Down to earth casual bistro food (some better than others). Prices are reasonable prices and there is a nice patio.
It reminds me of the Sunset Marquis in Los Angeles with respect to the vibe and the patrons. Owners also own Le Baron.

Le Chenin
“De la fourche à la fourchette”
33 rue Le Peletier
75009 Paris
(33) 01 47 70 12 01

Chartier
7, rue du Faubourg Montmatre
75009 Paris, France
33 (0) 1 47 70 86 29
www.bouillon-chartier.com

Classic fare in the Bastille area in a historic building, this restaurant will give you a feeling for old world Paris. Tradition food, good prices, open for over 100 years, Chartier is a French institution. Open severn days a week, the restaurant does not take reservations. 
€ 

 

10ème arrondissement

La Tête dans les Olives 
2, rue Sainte Marthe
75010 paris
www.latetedanslesolives.com

“The head in the olives.”  Teeny tiny treasure (there are 10 tables).

Au Comptoir de Brice*
Marché couvert St Martin
20 rue rue Bouchardon
75010  Paris
(33)  07 87 36 77 38
www.aucomptoirdebrice.com

La Fidelite
12, rue de la Fidelite
75010 Paris
(33) 1 47 70 19 34
www.lafidelite.com

11ème arrondissement

Le Bistrot Chez Paul 
18, rue Paul Bert
75011 Paris
33 01 43 72 24 01
www.chezpaul.com

€€

Le 6 Paul Bert 
6, rue Paul Bert
75011 Paris
33 (0)1 43 79 14 32
metro: Faidherbe-Chaligny (line 8)
Lunch: Tuesday through Saturday
Dinner: Monday through Saturday
€€

Le Chateaubriand 
129, Avenue Parmentier
75011 Paris
www.lechateaubriand.fr

Inaki Aizpitarte’s haute cuisine in a bistro setting. A Paris must try.

Septime 
80 rue de Charonne

75011 Paris
33 01 43 67 38 29

I love this restaurant. The slick, yet casual setting. The serive. The wine. The food is, in my opinion, always spot on. 

Septime La Cave 
3, rue Basfroi
75011 Paris

Nice wine shop with a few bar stools.

12ème arrondissement

Table (l’atelier de Bruno)
3, rue de Praque
75012 Paris
(33) 01 43 43 12 76
 www.tablerestaurant.fr

Gilles Pudlowski’s fresh market selections. Closed weekends.
€€

Barrio Latino
46/48 rue du Faubourg Saint Antoine
75012 Paris
(33) 01 55 78 84 75

Multi-leveled bar and restaurant with dancing. Fun. Same owners as Buddha Bar.

Le Train Bleu
Gare de Lyon
33 (0)1 43 43 09 06
www.le-train-bleu.com

2 flights up from the train station is the belle epoque this restaurant. It was built for the Universal Exhibition in 1900, the restaurant remains an institution and home to many famous eaters over the years.
€€

Chez Jeannette
47, rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis
33 (0)1 47 70 30 89
50s decor. 

Rosa Bonheur
Parc des Buttes-Chamont
2, allee de la Cascade
33 (0)1 42 00 00 45
www.rosabonheur.fr

Named after a painter. only get to it by foot. Good for a snack.

 

 

13ème arrondissement

If you are looking for Chinese food, this is where you go.  Chinatown is here and Le Quartier Chinois is close to Tang Frères giant Asian retail.

New China Town
24, rue du Javelot
75013 Paris
33 1 45 83 36 82

Chinese food. Closed Tuesday.

L’Auberge du 15
15, rue de la Santé
75013 Paris
33 1 47 07 07 45
www.laubergedu15.com

Chinese cuisine. Closed Sunday and Monday.
€€€

Lao Lane Xang 2
102, avenue d’Ivry
75013 Paris
(33) 01 58 89 00 00

Thai/Vietnamese food.
€€

14ème arrondissement

La Régalade
49, avenue Jean Moulin
75014, Paris
(33) 01 45 45 68 58

Solid bistro moderne food and decent prices. Bruno Doucet bought the restaurant from Yves Camdeborde in 2004.
metro: Alesia
€€

15ème arrondissement

Le Troquet
21, rue François Bonvin
75015 Paris
33 01 45 66 89 00

I adore chef Etchebest’s simple food at this bistro.  Quaint and delicious.
€€

La Cave de L’Os Moelle
181, rue de Lourmel
75015 Paris
(33) 01 45 57 28 28

Not fancy at all, just good food, good wine, and fun.  You pick a wine from the shelves, cut your own bread (it is on the side-table with an assortment of things to go with it), your table has an assortment of mayonnaise, grated vegetables, pâtés, rilettes, and other starters, you  get a pre-determined plat du jour (or two or three), and your serve yourself from the communal cheese board and dessert sslections.  Sounds like work,but fun is to be had and the people are lovely.
€€

Le Grand Venise
171 rue de la Convention
75015 Paris
(33) 01 45 32 49 71 
Wonderful italian food.
€€

16ème arrondissement

Akrame
19, rue de Lauriston
75116 Paris
(33) 01 40 67 11 16

Bon 
25, rue de Pompe
75116 Paris
(33) 01 40 72 70 00

Swanky mutli-level setting for light French-Asian cuisine.
€€

Monsieur Bleu  
20 Avenue de New York

75116 Paris, France
33 1 47 20 90 47
open everyday for lunch and dinner
Metro: Iena (line 9)
€€€

Chalet des îles
Bois de Bologne
75016 Paris
33 1 42 88 04 69

Located on the island in the middle of one of the lakes in the Bois de Bologne. You take a quick boat ride to the island. The restaurants has indoor and lovely outdoor seating. Perfect in the summer. Open every day.
€€

Il Gusto Sardo
17, rue Georges Bizet
75016 Paris
(33) 01 47 20 08 90

Italian food.
€€€

Jamin
32, rue de lomgchamp
75115 Paris
(33) 01 45 53 00 07
www.restaurant-jamin.com
Local restaurant. Closed Staurday lunch and Sunday.
€€

KURA 
56, Rue de Boulainvilliers
75016 Paris
(33) 1 45 20 18 32

Beautiful Japanense cuisine. Closed Monday.
€€€

La Bauhinia
(Shangri-la hotel)
10, Avenue de Íena
75116 Paris
33 01 53 67 19 91
€€€

La Gare
19, chaussee de la muette
75016 Paris
33 01 42 15 15 31
www.restaurantlagare.com 
Beautiful room and nice location. Open every day. Good food.
€€

L’Astrance
4, rue Beethoven
75016 Paris
(33) 01 40 50 84 40

Elegant and delicious. Nothing else to say.
€€€€

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Le Pré Catelan
Bois de Bologne
route de suresnes
75016 Paris
33 01 44 14 41 14

Haute cuisine in a beautiful setting by my favorite park. Closed in August. It is amazing food but it comes at a price.
€€€

Les Princes
6 Place de Docteur Michaux
75016, Paris
(33) 01 46 51 05 88

Not really centrally located, but it is near Bois de Bologne, it is easy to get to by metro. There is an amzing covered patio and the food is good (and generous).

Le Flandrin 
80, avenue Henri Martin
75016 Paris
(33) 01 45 04 34 69

Solid brassiere food with wonderful patio in quiet part of Paris.

Sgabetti
13015 rue des Sablons
75016 Paris
(33) 01 47 04 09 27
www.sgabetti.fr

Family-owned casual, delicious Italian food.

Monsieur Bleu au Palais de Tokyo
20, avenue de New York
75106 Paris
(33) 1 47 20 90 47

Stella
133, avenue Victor Hugo
95016 Paris
(33) 01 56 90 56 00

Classic brasserie. Good seafood.

YUSHI 16
70, rue de Longchamp 
75016 Paris
Aisan restaurant. Very casual. To go.

 

18ème arrondissement

La Famille
41, rue des Trois-Frères
95018 Paris
(33) 01 42 52 11 12

Montmatre tiny colorful restaurant run by Yannig Samot. Late night spot good for drinks.

Chéri Bibi
15, rue André-del-Sarte
(33) 01 42 54 88 96

Bistro cooking by Yannig Samot
(also owns La Famille and Le Réfectoire).

Sale e Pepe
30, rue rue Ramay
75018 Paris
(33) 01 46 06 08 01

When you are craving Italian.  Sicilian owner Samuele Micalizzi is hands on to make you a thin crust pizza.

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