11 Amazing Food Spots in Paris

Updated: Oct 31, 2019

Where to eat in one of the world's culinary hot spots. Brunch, Lunch or late Dinner, these are the ones you should try next time you're in Paris. I hope you will find a new favorite from the list, enjoy! And if you want more restaurants in Paris you can find it here.

(Ps. You can just click on the adress below under the restaurant and it will opens directly in your Google maps)

1. Le Buci

If you are in Saint Germain looking for a good lunch or dinner spot, this is a nice one to try. Order one of their homemade lemonades and a croque monsieur. They have lovely tables outside where you can enjoy a true Parisian meal.

52 Rue Dauphine

2. Septime

A restaurant that attracts foodies from around the world. A dinner session requires a few weeks of booking in advance. A tip is to go here at lunch instead as there is a greater chance of getting a table and the menu's price tag is more advantageous. Choose from a three course for 30 euros or a six course tasting menu for surprisingly 60 euros.

80 Rue de Charonne

3. Clown Bar

Beautiful interior dated back to 1900s but here you should sit outside and just enjoy a late lunch or early dinner. Not to be missed is the raw scallop dish and remember that the service is not the best but the food is worth a visit.

114 Rue Amelot

4. La Méditerranée

Excellent fish and seafood restaurant located close to Luxembourg Gardens.

You might need to reserve a table as it is quite popular or you can go here for lunch. The food is wonderful, excellent service and for sure a pleasant experience. Go for the oysters and the Bouillabaisse.

2 Place de l'Odéon

5. Caffe Stern

Not to be missed is this Italian bristro located in Passage des Panoramas, a historical landmark. The oldest of seventeen arcades in Paris to have survived Haussmann's urban renovation of the mid-1800s when most of these ornate walkways were replaced by department stores. You will find three tasting menus of 7 courses or you can order a la carte. I will definitely come back to this one.

47 Passage des Panoramas

6. Buvette

The owner is American and already has a filial in New York. Think: a large portion of Nutella, homemade waffles, avocado toast with poached eggs, chocolate cake and you have a classic Buvette meal. Not to be missed when you're in Paris!

28 Rue Henry Monnier

7. Le Vaudeville

Situated right in the heart of Paris. A beautiful open-daily brasserie with a stunning art-deco, which I love. The food is typical French and the wines are really good. Try their delicious onion soup.

29 Rue Vivienne

8. Aux Crus de Bourgogne

This restaurant is located on Bachaumont street and with its magnificent buildings it makes this street one of the fabulous in Paris, in my opinion. This Brasserie is an old one from 1900 and they serve local and traditional food. Try the omelette and finish with the cheese platter and strawberries, yummie!

3 Rue Bachaumont

9. Champeaux

A contemporary brasserie by Alain Ducasse located at la Canopée Forum des Halles. A perfect lunch spot to dine and not get ruined (Alain Ducasse's restaurant are quite expensive...) The selection of light soufflés is the signature of Champeaux, sweet and savoury. Do a walk-in because it is almost impossible to call in advance...

Rue Rambuteau

10. Clamato

Septime's little sister, Clamato is a fish & seafood restaurant with exclusive interior and good drinks. Only walk-ins, it's first come, first served! Try the mullet ceviche and the mixed seafood platter.

80 Rue de Charonne

11. Miznon

Here they serve Israeli food with a French twist. There’s a ton of vegetarian options, too, whether it’s their famous whole-roasted cauliflower or ratatouille. If you're Pita lover (I am) then this is the place to eat.

22 Rue des Ecouffes

And remember, until we meet again

- Dream big, Eat well & Travel Often

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