Best restaurants in Paris

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Food in Paris comes from every corner of the globe. 

Paris has something for everyone grabbing some simple croissants from local cafes and trying various classical dishes.

Here we provide you with our favorite list of five romantic locals to Michelin-star best Paris restaurants: 

La Poule Au Pot

Mostly known for its famous dish ‘Charolais beef fillet.’ This place has preserved the natural feeling of the Parisian nation.

The hotel serves a menu of cuisine bourgeoise with family-style chickens, puddings and great old-school treats.

It’s the perfect place for fulfilling your yearning appetite for French cuisine.

Opening hours:

DaysTimings
Sunday Closed 
MondayClosed 
Tuesday 12 to 2 pm, 7 to 11 pm
Wednesday 12 to 2 pm, 7 to 11 pm
Thursday 12 to 2 pm, 7 to 11 pm
Friday 12 to 2 pm, 7 to 11 pm
Saturday12 to 2 pm, 7 to 11 pm

Address:  9 rue Vauvilliers, 75001 Paris

Website: lapouleaupot.fr

Marsan par Hélène Darroze

Started in 2019 as an incarnation for her three Michelin-starred London outposts, Marsan by Hélène Darroze is a no doubt for her French flavors.

The tasting menu has everything here, from tiny appetizers to beautifully crafted crisps of chicken skin to light as air goat’s-cheese pastries.

The most famous dish to order at this restaurant is ‘Gilthead bream with Colonnata back-fat, Paris cep and black truffle.

Opening hours:

DaysTimings
Sunday Closed 
MondayClosed 
Tuesday 12.30 to 1.30 pm, 7.30 to 9 pm
Wednesday 12.30 to 1.30 pm, 7.30 to 9 pm
Thursday 12.30 to 1.30 pm, 7.30 to 9 pm
Friday 12.30 to 1.30 pm, 7.30 to 9 pm
Saturday12.30 to 1.30 pm, 7.30 to 9 pm

Address: Marsan par Hélène Darroze, 4 Rue d’Assas, 75006 Paris

Website: marsanhelenedarroze.com

Le Cadoret

Opened in 2017, Le Cadoret is a neighborhood bistro that provides locals and tourists alike with a relaxed atmosphere of mirrors and terrazzo floors.

Le Cadoret is a go-to place for classic French food. They serve starters such as potatoes, fermented cabbage and retro puddings.

Locals usually drop by to grab a creme caramel, the most famous dish from the restaurant.

Opening hours:

DaysTimings
Sunday Closed 
MondayClosed 
Tuesday 8 am to 2 am
Wednesday 8 am to 2 am
Thursday 8 am to 2 am
Friday 8 am to 2 am
Saturday8 am to 2 am

Address: 1 Rue Pradier, 75019 Paris

Website: facebook.com/lecadoret

Double Dragon

Evolving the patriarchal clan of the neo-bistro, Double Dragon is a laidback joint that leans towards East Asia.

They serve a highly affordable menu of spicy comfort food.

From fried Comté bao buns in XO sauce to sweet, spicy Korean fried chicken making it a go-to place for esoteric dishes.

Craving for a hit of chili, make sure you didn’t miss the Double Dragons being in Paris.

Opening hours:

DaysTimings
Sunday Closed 
MondayClosed 
Tuesday 7.30 to 10.30 pm
Wednesday 12 to 2 pm, 7.30 to 10.30 pm
Thursday 12 to 2 pm, 7.30 to 10.30 pm
Friday 12 to 2 pm, 7.30 to 10.30 pm
Saturday12 to 2 pm, 7.30 to 10.30 pm

Address: 1 Rue Pradier, 75019 Paris

Website: doubledragonparis.com

Le Saint Sebastien

Le Saint Sebastien is a brilliant restaurant with a retro exterior.

The dishes are artfully balanced, ranging from puritanically refreshing squid to monkfish tail finished over binchotan charcoal, which is most popular at the restaurant.

The restaurant also attracts wine lovers around the city. You will find a crisp-shelled tart on your plate, which wouldn’t let you go elsewhere.

Opening hours:

Days Timings 
Sunday Closed 
MondayClosed 
Tuesday 6.30 – 11 pm
Wednesday 6.30 – 11 pm
Thursday6.30 – 11 pm
Friday 6.30 – 11 pm
Saturday6.30 – 11 pm

Address: 42 rue Saint Sebastien, 75011 Paris

Website:lesaintsebastien.paris

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