Bistro Paul Bert
Classic French cuisine as it should be! With the best ingredients and attention to detail, this bistro offers Côte de Boeuf for two, soufflé, tarte tatin amongst many more, in a busy, authentic atmosphere.
From duck confit to steak tartare, with courteous waiters to boot, this cafe is a local establishment for those who want simple, honest French cooking in the heart of the Marais.
A French institution among artists and literary figures, Brasserie Lipp continues to deliver and delight its patrons with classic choices and a mouth-watering Plat Due Jour option.
Le Coq Rico
The finest Bourg-en-Bresse poultry is served at Le Coq Rico, high atop a hill in Montmartre. It could be a mountain, such is the ambience of the wood-panelled wall and comfy seats. So, settle in and tuck in.
This modern bistro reimagines French-style hors d’oeuvres and marmites, inspired by Asian dishes served in single bowls and shared plate food.
Les Deux Magots
Dating from 1885, this iconic brasserie prides itself on its traditional menu and cultural legacy, Beloved by philosophers, artists and intellectuals, pull up a chair and soak up the atmosphere.
Café de Flore
A destination cafe with 1920s Art Deco design, former patrons include Hemingway, Capote, Satre and du Beauvoir. Yes, tourists love it, but so do the locals who regularly stop for a morning cafe or late-night tipple.
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