The best restaurants in Paris
The restaurants of Paris invite you for lunch, brunch or dinner to discover the French culinary specialties. Famous for its gastronomy, the city of Light is the place of all discoveries. Establishments of all kinds are not lacking in the city. Chic, hip or casual atmosphere, each with its own style and original recipes. Gourmet cuisine, bistro, Italian ... there is something for everyone.
TRADITIONAL BRASSERIES: A TIMELESS MEAL
Associated with the culinary heritage of Paris, brasseries, some over a century old, represent real institutions. Their unmistakable and typically Parisian charm makes them prestigious addresses where you can savor traditional French dishes... enjoy!
Bouillon Chartier, a legendary restaurant
The restaurant Bouillon Chartier first opened its doors at 7 rue du Faubourg Montmartre in 1896. In the heart of Paris, in an authentic decor, dishes appear at a frantic pace. The bubbling and warm heart of this cult address can be felt at any time of the day. Tradition and diversity can be found in the dishes: leeks with vinaigrette, snails, cheeky plates... all at an affordable price.
Address: 7 rue du Faubourg Montmartre, 75009 Paris or 59, boulevard de Montparnasse, 75006 Paris
Brasserie Bofinger, the best of Alsace
Located in the 4th arrondissement of Paris, between Place des Vosges and Opéra Bastille, Brasserie Bofinger continues a tradition that dates back to 1864. After the Second World War, the establishment became even a renowned place where the Paris celebrity crowd as well as the politicians. In its historic setting, the Chef offers generous and tasty Alsatian specialties.
Address: 5-7 rue de la Bastille, 75004 Paris
Au Chien qui Fume, a pure french kitchen
For 25 years, the Chien qui Fume has been welcoming diners in the Les Halles district. French cuisine is in the spotlight, made from fresh, seasonal produce. An unusual setting with a warm atmosphere, the restaurant perfectly combines the authentic and the modern. Rigorously selected produce fills the plates, prepared with respect for traditions, and pays tribute to French know-how.
Address : 33 rue du Pont Neuf, 75001 Paris
Au Pied de Cochon, continuous service since 1947
A friendly atmosphere, traditional, generous and gourmet cuisine, a chic and authentic decor, this is the image of the Au Pied de Cochon restaurant. On the menu: Périgourdine-style stuffed pig's trotters, Ibaiama double pork rib, seafood platter... You'll certainly find your pleasure between the dishes to share, the house specialties or the large plates.
Address : 6 rue Coquillière, 75001 Paris
Le Grand Colbert, traditionnal and contemporary cuisine
Initially a mansion and then a novelty store, Le Grand Colbert was converted into a restaurant in 1900. It retains all the charm of yesteryear with its impressive architectural dimensions, its pilasters and consoles as well as its mosaic floor. Classified as a historic monument, Le Grand Colbert is enjoyed by regulars, celebrities and tourists alike. French culinary classics sit alongside exotic and original recipes for a rich and diverse menu.
Address : 2 rue Vivienne, 75002 Paris
The capital attracts and invites the French as much as foreign visitors to discover or rediscover the culture of the country and the typical dishes of our regions. Each corner of France has its specialties, its regional produce and its own culinary identity. Discover a selection of the 5 best addresses that showcase the riches of the French regions and the different regional specialties.
Chez Josselin, the Breton crêperie
Chez Josselin is the place to go for tasty buckwheat pancakes. Savory or sweet, accompanied by a glass of cider, the Breton crepe is in the spotlight Chez Josselin. Ideal for a gourmet break, don't forget to book to make sure you have a table. The warm atmosphere, low prices and the quality of the cooking have secured the establishment's success.
Address : 67 rue du Montparnasse, 75014 Paris
Chez Gladines, dishes straight from the southwest
The south-west continues to conquer the capital with its generous cookery. Confit of duck in sauce, basquaise chicken, pipérade, chipirons with biscaïna ... the best of the south-west is in the spotlight Chez Gladines. The flavors are multiplied to the delight of gourmets. The restaurant has 5 addresses throughout the city to delight every palate.
Several addresses welcome you:
- 30 rue des Cinq Diamants, 75013 Paris
- 74 boulevard des Batignolles, 75017 Paris
- 64 rue de Charonne, 75011 Paris
- 11 bis rue des Halles, 75001 Paris
- 44 boulevard Saint Germain, 75005 Paris
Le chalet Savoyard, cuisine to keep you warm
Make yourself comfortable at the Chalet Savoyard to taste an authentic cuisine made from typical Savoyard produce. The food from the mountains needs to fill you up and warm you up and is often associated with moments of sharing and conviviality. Raclette, fondue, tartiflette ... the essential and hearty specialties of Savoie are on offer to the delight of gourmets.
Address : 58 rue de la Charonne, 75011 Paris
Le Plomb du Cantal, a piece of Auvergne in Paris
Le Plomb du Cantal restaurant offers traditional Auvergne specialties. Truffade, aligot ... the Chef pays tribute to his roots. Get ready for the open kitchen and enjoy the show by professionals who are busy preparing your dishes. Quality and quantity are on the agenda. On the strength of its success, the restaurant has opened 3 addresses in Paris.
Three addresses welcome you:
- 3 rue de la Gaîté, 75014 Paris
- 5 rue du Maine, 75014 Paris
- 4 boulevard Saint Denis, 75010 Paris
L’Alsacien, the flammkuche bar
Convivial and high-tech, the L'Alsacien concept bar offers different flammekueches for all tastes. Order your flambé tart with the braided edges in the family tradition and wait for your beeper to tell you when to pick it up. Flammekueches that are classic, revisited, salty, sweet... discover all the recipes of the Parisian restaurant. Don't forget to accompany your dish with one of the Alsatian wines on offer.
Address : 6 rue Saint Bon, 75004 Paris
Culinary travel in Italy
No need to leave the French capital to discover the secret boot of Italy. We offer you 5 excellent Italian restaurants in Paris. Take your seat and let the magic work. Italian gastronomy enthusiast? Come and enjoy an original experience in one of the restaurants we have selected for you.
Iovines, creativity in the service of tradition
In the kitchen of the Iovines restaurant in Paris, the Chef gives pride of place to Neapolitan traditions while giving his dishes a touch of originality. From your first steps in the establishment, the heat of the pizza oven and the scent that emerges promise you an exceptional experience. Pizzas are made from carefully selected products on organic farms.
- 7 bis rue du Colonel Driant ,75001 Paris
- Le Bon Marché – 24 rue de Sèvres, 75007 Paris
Pupetta, napolitan original recipes
In a chic and trendy decor, the Pupetta restaurant offers authentic pizzas respecting Neapolitan traditions. If you're a fan of Italian cuisine, go to the Pupetta restaurant for the aperitivo to share antipasti and a glass of wine before continuing your meal with a pizza and ending it with a coffee. You will appreciate the elegance of the places and the conviviality which reigns there.
Adresse : 124 rue Saint Denis, 75002 Paris
Located in the Montorgueil district, the Osteria Ruggera restaurant welcomes you in a family atmosphere. The classics of northern and southern Italy are showcased: plate of cold meats, gnocchi, tagliatelle, grilled scamorza, sea bass fillet, tiramisu ... From starters to desserts, the sunny influences and the richness of the Italian region are revealed . Let yourself be tempted by the typical products of Italian trattorias.
Address : 35 rue Tiquetonne, 75002 Paris
Sardegna a Tavola
Sardegna a Tavola is one of the premier Sardinian restaurants in Paris. Opened in 1997, it highlights the culinary riches of Sardinia. The dishes are prepared on site with fresh and quality products. Although the menu evolves with the seasons, timeless classics are always available: burrata, pasta, tiramisu ... Renowned for the quality of its cooking, celebrities from around the world come to eat there.
Address : 1 rue Cotte, 75012 Paris
The Oggi restaurant, located in Montmartre, invites you to rediscover the classic Italian cuisine with an air of dolce vita. Gorgonzola-eggplant crostini, triangoli truffle mushrooms, linguine with seafood ... stimulate your taste buds with the delights of Italian gastronomy. The light-colored decor with wooden tables and the warm atmosphere, both indoors and on the terrace, portray this charming location where Mediterranean flavors will transport you.
Address : 63 rue Lepic, 75018 Paris
Authentic and celebrated parisian tables
Multicultural Paris, lively, vibrant and innovative, full of good restaurants and bistros for dining at noon or in the evening. Introduce yourself to Italian cuisine or discover the delights of French gastronomy and regional flavors. Whatever your preferences and tastes, Paris lets you discover the best restaurants in the city.