Best Restaurants in Paris

Restaurant in Paris

There’s so much things to see in Paris! But what about food? Do you want to eat for cheap, or do you have a larger budget? Here’s our selection of the best places to eat in France‘s capital.

Les Arlots

A small, cozy French neo-bistro that proposes good ambience along with subtlety, an appropriate plate size and good service.  Expect meaty French bistro classics with a creative modern touch, great wine options and delicious desserts. It will all most surely add up to a great culinary experience.

Price range Midrange

Address 136 Rue du Faubourg Poissonnière, 75010 Paris, France

Arrondissement 10th

Reservation required
Yes

Opening hours 12:00 – 14:15 and 18:00 – 22:30

Brasserie Wepler

The ambience of a typical Parisian Brasserie and the largest oyster house in the city; this restaurant has been existing for more than 100 years and has, therefore, evolved accordingly: first a pub, then a café with billiard tables, afterwards a café with a dancing room and shows and later the meeting point of figures such as Picasso, Truffaut, Utrillo, amongst many others.

Visit for either breakfast, lunch, dinner or simply a drink and expect some of the best oysters of the capital, seafood (available for take away as well) and a varied menu for gourmet cuisine.

Price range Midrange

Address 14 Place de Clichy, 75018 Paris, France

Arrondissement 18th

Reservation required
Yes

Opening hours 8:00 – 24:30

La Pointe du Grouin

Though its concept might be a bit confusing for many, this Thierry Breton-owned wine bar and restaurant offers something along the lines of a modern version of a medieval tavern. Don’t let the mismatched deco and its strange use of “groins” (their own currency) as the payment method within the quirky restaurant, take your focus off your plate.

Just change the equivalent of 1 euro for 1 groin and enjoy the original, small great quality plates that Brittany French food has to offer. You can try lots of different small plates for an affordable price and the more you like pork and eggs, the more you will love this place.

Price range Affordable

Address 8 Rue de Belzunce, 75010 Paris, France

Arrondissement 10th

Reservation required
No

Opening hours
11:00 – 15:00 and 18:00 – 24:00

Le Potager du Marais

This tiny restaurant’s priority is to keep appreciating the delight of the traditional past without ignoring the reality of our present. The 100% vegan treasure located in the heart of Paris, holds delicious traditional French food turned vegan by keeping humanity’s and the environment’s health at heart while in this critical time.

Expect hot vegan cheese salad, vegetable pie, seitan stew with red wine and mushrooms, onion soup, pink lentils with smoked tofu, and more in this hearty, rustic little restaurant.

Price range Midrange

Address 24 Rue Rambuteau, 75003 Paris, France

Arrondissement 3rd

Reservation required
Yes

Opening hours 12:00 – 15:00 and 19:00 – 22:30

Bien Bien

An authentic Thai gem in the midst of one of Europe’s most important capitals, this is a modest, casual and a family-owned business with a nice staff. They have been offering splendid food for decent prices for 28 years now and in 2011, this family went on with their success and opened Bien Bien 2 on the side; making slight changes to the menu. Excellent, bold flavors, plus the option of adjusting the spiciness of dishes you order.

Expect all things Thai at this place and ensure making a reservation to avoid waiting in line!

Price range Affordable

Address 30 Rue Bergère, 75009 Paris, France

Arrondissement 9th

Reservation required
Recommended

Opening hours 12:00 – 14:00 and 19:00 – 22:00

Muscovado

Opened relatively recently in 2016 by two Philippine sisters, this cozy café with a friendly staff curiously offers all-day-round breakfasts. If you are craving a quick bite of American-style food, this is definitely the place.

Expect fresh blueberry pancakes, breakfast burritos, Cuban sandwiches, avocado tartines, and the like.

Price range Midrange

Address 1 Rue Sedaine, 75011 Paris, France

Arrondissement 11th

Reservation required
No

Opening hours 9:00 – 18:00

Onoto

The painting of a cow’s anatomy, an open kitchen, wooden tables and approximately 15 seats, this Argentinean restaurant will offer you the South American country’s ultimate home-cooked dishes in Paris.

Expect tons of meat cooked to perfection by the Venezuelan-Argentinean chef accompanied by wonderful chimichurri and Argentinean red wine for either lunch or dinner.

Price range Midrange

Address 229 Bis Rue Marcadet, 75018 Paris, France

Arrondissement 18th

Reservation required
Recommended

Opening hours 12:00 – 14:30 and 19:30 – 22:30

Fulgurances

A kitchen where young chefs get the chance to experiment and get creative before venturing to open their own restaurant, this uncommon place features a different head chef talent every six months, offering dynamic, inventive dishes to their customers.

What you can expect will depend on who’s the current captain of the ship!

Price range Midrange

Address 10 Rue Alexandre Dumas, 75011 Paris, France

Arrondissement 11th

Reservation required
Yes

Opening hours 12:30 – 14:00 and 19:30 – 22:00

Amere

Fresh seasonal cuisine is offered by this restaurant’s short and dynamic menu that changes daily. You will usually find three different starter options, three main courses and three desserts.

Expect audacious plates including lot of meaty or textured ingredients, starring tongue, kidneys, monkfish liver or the like.

Price range Expensive

Address l’Échiquier, 49 Rue de l’Échiquier, 75010 Paris, France

Arrondissement 10th

Reservation required Yes

Opening hours 12:00 – 14:30 and 7:30 – 23:00

Septime

This Michelin-starred delicate and refined neo-bistro offers professional, simple, small plates at a reduced modern and industrial deco setting with an open kitchen.

Expect elaborated servings carrying just the necessary ingredients to trigger a fine exquisite journey for your palette.

Price range Expensive

Address 80 Rue de Charonne, 75011 Paris, France

Arrondissement 11th

Reservation required
Yes

Opening hours 12:00 – 14:00 and 7:30 – 22:00

Conclusion

If what you are looking for is a culinary moment plus an added experience you can visit the oldest restaurant in France Le Procope, which was established in 1686 and visited by Napoleon (there is a hat to prove it) as well as Voltaire.

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