I was on holidays in Paris and I had 2 weeks. During this time I had visit few places, restaurants with classic french food. I am wondering which restaurant in Paris do you like the most?
My favourite is restaurant "Au jardin". When I entered this place the first feeling was "what a great athmosphere"! Decoration is very nice. Service - waiters - are two - really nice polish girl and the second one is owner. Service is very fast; food is great - best I had eaten in Paris during all stay. Cost isn,t very big and this is in centre of city - near of St Michele place!
I've took visit cqrd and there is a web page: www.aujardin.biz - if you are in paris you must check this place I think!
Gad - I found it way too expensive to eat out in Paris. Except for two little suppers at a local place down the street, I lived on Nutella Crepes and milk from the corner store. That milk was soooo incredibly good - I don't know what they put in it, but I'm craving a pint now...
Here are a couple of ideas:
Bistrot et Terroir - 01 40 28 02 62. Adress :, 95 rue St Honoré
75001 PARIS (Louvre/Chatelet).
Classic French food with a few surprises (try their "hamburger" or the "crac, hummm, crac" or the "chocolate nem"). Good wines you can order one glass at a time.
23 Euros for a three course menu
Au Petit Théâtre 15, Place du Marché Saint-Honoré 75001 Paris Tel : 01 42 61 00 93 (same area as above)
A restaurant specialized in pig meat (if you dare, try their "pieds de cochon, I personnally do not fancy that, but...)
Domaine de Lintillac 54, Rue Blanche 75009 Paris
Tel : 01 48 74 84 36 (Bourse/Opera)
South Western France cuisine (cassoulet, duck products) and wines. Fair prices, but be sure to book in advance
L'Ambassade d'Auvergne 22, Rue du Grenier Saint-Lazare 75003 Paris
(Centre Georges Pompidou). Massif Central Cuisine (potée, tripoux, aligot). 28 / 30+ Euros menu
Pain Vin Fromage (Bread, Wine, Cheese) 3, Rue Geoffroy-l’Angevin 75004 Paris Tel : 01 42 74 07 52 (Centre Georges Pompidou)
One of the places to go to discover a selection of the 350+ French cheese varieties. Around 15/20 Euros if I remember well
La Cave de l'Os à Moelle 181, Rue de Lourmel 75015 Paris
Tel : 01 45 57 28 28
A wine bar that also provides meals on evenings. A bit atypical as they do not serve you (you get the dishes yourself). Two services every evening at 19.00 and 22.00
Prices are without wine.
Be sure to phone / Book in advance in these restaurants.
Check out this website for more details
You can try pub Brazil after it is amazing, you can eat all kinds of meet. I do not know exactly where it is located in but it is in the center.