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1. Les Vinaigriers42 rue des Vinaigriers, Paris
2. Le Servan32 Rue Saint Maur, Paris
3. Will75 rue Crozatier, Paris
4. Café Chilango82 rue de la Folie Méricourt, Paris
5. Le Bon Georges45 Rue Saint Georges, Paris
6. Bloom25 Rue de la Forge Royale, Paris
7. La Maison du Croque Monsieur37 Blvd Montparnasse, Paris
8. Mandoo Bar7, rue d'Edimbourg, Paris
9. Aux Enfants Gates4, rue Danville, Paris
10. Yard6, Rue de Mont-Louis, Paris
It may look like an average Parisian bistro from the outside, but once you're through the doors, you'll realize why it's such a sought-after establishment, with fresh, seasonal cuisine that is prepared in-house and a menu featuring options like house-made boudin blanc and charcuterie plates, which all can be paired perfectly with their wine selection.
This 11th arrondissement gastropub is run by a pair of sisters who seriously know their stuff, serving seasonal cuisine infused with cultural flavors from outside of France for about 20-25€ a pop.
Helmed by the well-traveled Chef William Pradeleix, Will boasts a simple '50s Scandinavian decor and a menu bursting with strong Asian influences.
It can be tough to find a quality place in Paris with solid Mexican food AND coffee, but this is it, getting their tortillas from Mil Amores Tortilleria, which is the only self-respecting (actually, maybe the only one in general) tortilla and tortilla chip making place in town.
LBG is a prototypical French resto, where you can head and sit down in a comfortable environment and chow down on classic Parisian fare made with high-quality/fresh seafood, meat, and produce.
If you want a little break from the glitz and glam of Paris and you want to brunch, you want to do it at Bloom, where there are few frills, up-cycled decor, and a menu that will please carnivores and vegetarians alike.
Three words: melted cheese sandwiches. That's what La Maison is all about serving up a variety of 'wiches in a pleasant 6th arrondissement shop.
This house specialty at this 8th arrondissement Korean haunt is tasty mandoo dumplings, which are filled with marinated beef or pork or a selection of tofu, leeks, and seaweed.
A short and seasonal menu is always a good sign of a restaurant, and at this 14th arrondissement resto, you’ll get just that, along with a sophisticated and warm ambience with all of the wine and none of the pretentiousness.