The Restaurant Behind the Grilled Pizza Revolution
1. Hippopotamus1 Boulevard des Capucines, Paris
2. L'Ami Louis32 rue du Vertbois, Paris
3. Le Café du Musee17 boulevard Invalides, Paris
4. Le Petit Niçois10 rue Amélie, Paris
5. Café de L'Alma5 avenue Rapp, Paris
6. Flottes2 rue Cambon, Paris
7. Au Pied de Cochon6 Rue Coquillière, Paris
8. Café Palais Royalrue Saint-Honoré, Paris
9. Cafe le Petit Pont1 rue du Petit Pont, Paris
10. Le Cercle Luxembourg1 rue Gay-Lussac, Paris
Since they opened their first resto in 1968, Hippo' has established itself as a quality spot to grab a steak or other carnivorous options.
Located in the 3rd arrondissement, this French resto has long established itself as an institution in the city and it's best known for its delightful roasted chicken.
Located right around the corner from the Rodin Museum, this is a popular spot for those coming to or from the museum, especially during the breakfast hours.
From snails to seafood, this 7th arrondissement resto serves up authentic French cuisine just like you'd imagine.
Located in in 7th, this cafe and French resto is beautifully decorated and has outdoor seating for good weather, as well as private rooms available.
This 1st arrondissement resto and bar sure knows how to show you an upscale time, with a beautifully decorated interior and menu filled with classic French favorites.
This 1st arrondissement French resto is all about he pig. From their name, which means "the pig's foot," to their pig logo and their signature dish, pig's foot.
This 1st arrondissement resto/cafe is a popular spot for locals, as well as tourists heading to the Louvre because of its close location.
With a great view of the Notre-Dâme cathedral, this place has a lovely atmosphere filled with piano music and heaters outside for chilly weather.
Located in the 5th arrondissement, this gastropub and French resto is popular for all meals of the day (especially nice days when people can enjoy the sunny weather), but the breakfast is the favorite here.