Run by artisan baker Ridha Khadher, this bakery produces some of the finest bread in the city. The proof? Their baguettes were judged to be the best in all of Paris.
If you're heading to this bakery and don't know what you want the answer is simple: get the butter croissant. Theirs is one of the tastiest and flakiest around.
The specialty here is foie gras, and that should come as no surprise considering they've been perfecting it since 1920. You can get it in a number of varieties, just like French chefs from around the world come here to do.
This classy resto and steakhouse doles out almost a dozen different cuts and sizes of meat that present some serious size. The rib roast, for example, weighs in at 1.2 kilos.
This little wine bar is a quality option for ordering a glass or bottle of vino. It may have only a few tables, but this award-winning spot makes up for its size by its excellent selection of wine and charcuterie and cheese.
The owner Virginie has been in business since '46, and she still sells only raw-milk cheeses, as well as offering a slew of classes and tastings so you can improve your Franco-fromage knowledge.
These crepe crafters have been making the iconic French food since 1932, using both sweet and savory ingredients. Deciding which one you want could be tough, however, because their menu is loaded with more than 20 options to choose from.