7 rue Charlemagne (Village Saint Paul), Paris, Île-de-France
Restaurant · Hôtel-de-Ville · 16 conseils et avis
Paris Aéroport: Chinese-born Madagascan chef Fabien Sam brings his touch to the concept that has made this restaurant so successful. Tartare, carpaccio… everything here is as inventive as it is delicious.
Paris Aéroport: With sumptuous decor worthy of this historic building, the café in the theatre foyer is a great place to relax and meet. Its menu focuses on excellent produce, as well as good appetites.
Restaurant français · Plaisance · 6 conseils et avis
Paris Aéroport: Jérôme Cobou looks after front of house, while Philippe Bélissent does the cooking: white-tableclothed environment, where, after sumptuous appetizers, diners enjoy escabeche of mackerel.
Restaurant · Hôpital Saint-Louis · 24 conseils et avis
Paris Aéroport: A new Parisian example of a small fine-dining establishment run by a talented young chef. Romain Tischenko enjoys sprinkling a few Asian touches on dishes. He's equally fond of bouillons.
31 boulevard du Montparnasse, Paris, Île-de-France
Restaurant français · 1 conseil
Paris Aéroport: Ceviche of sambal-spiced beef,sashimi of yogi beef,warm crab crumble.All to be enjoyed as a starter or main course.For those who prefer their food à point, there's duck parmentier and roasted scallops
Restaurant japonais · Chaillot · 6 conseils et avis
Paris Aéroport: Ordering the set menu gets you a sampling of dengakus, sunomonos (crab meat and radish) and other appetisers. The main course - bentos, sashimi, grilled meats - is served with rice and soup.
Paris Aéroport: In these unique surroundings, you can enjoy starters such as salade niçoise with mackerel fillets and panisse fingers, or crispy asparagus served with Maltaise sauce and shavings of comté cheese
Camion de restauration · Pantin · 33 conseils et avis
Paris Aéroport: Every Wednesday, this travelling truck sets up shop at the Place du Marché-Saint-Honoré. Original and healthy street cuisine with Californian flair, using French, certified-organic ingredients.
26 rue de cotte (Rue de Cotte), Paris, Île-de-France
Restaurant italien · Quinze-Vingts · 8 conseils et avis
Paris Aéroport: Another trattoria in the Rue de Cotte? Yes and no! Here in this old-school Paris interior once a furriers, chef Marco specialises in non-traditional Italian cuisine.Fixed price lunch menus: €17 & €20.
Paris Aéroport: Chef Jean-Louis Nomicos continues his culinary adventures in this modern décor where his sumptuous, Mediterranean-tinged cuisine truly flourishes : test the chef's macaroni (black truffles, foie gras)
Restaurant français · Saint-Ouen · 46 conseils et avis
Paris Aéroport: Try the hard-boiled eggs with curry mayonnaise, spit-roast farm chicken or fondant shepherd's pie, the restaurant's signature dish. The très neo-bistro menu is the perfect finishing touch.
Paris Aéroport: Distinct flavours, astonishing clashes of textures and cooking, and an ample portion of humour. A perpetual improvisation of artsy tapas with a finger on the pulse of both ingredients and mind-sets.
21 rue Dussoubs (Rue Saint Sauveur), Paris, Île-de-France
Fast-food · 2 conseils et avis
Paris Aéroport: It’s here in the heart of Montorgueil that Christophe Juville’s Marseille ‘creative canteen’ decided to open its Paris offshoot. Once again, the long table and benches make for friendly dining.
36 rue de Paradis (Rue d'Hauteville), Paris, Île-de-France
Bar · Porte Saint-Denis · 59 conseils et avis
Paris Aéroport: This last bastion for nonconformists around rue du Paradis, opened by Laurent Sifaoui, Sylvain Rigal and Lionel Bensemoun, owner of Le Baron, is a place to lunch in a décor that's 100% throwback.
Paris Aéroport: Start your dinner with his organic smoked salmon on a hazelnut shortbread, where green apples flirt with wasabi: amazing! His breast of pigeon with shallots and beetroot is every bit as stunning.