Gastronomically speaking, Paris is very eclectic and flavorsome. Here is our special selection.
L'Assaggio: the style of Paris with Italian warmth and spirit bi Starhotels Castille.
La Tour d'Argent (15 Quai de la Tournelle): Wonderful view of Notre Dame.
Fermette Marbeuf (5 Rue Marbeuf): A historical monument just steps away from the Champs-Elysées
Brasserie Lipp (151, Boulevard Saint Germain): Paris’s best-known brasserie, dating back to the early 1900s.
Le Grand Cafè Capucines (4 Boulevard des Capucines): typical Parisian brasserie, just steps away from Opera Garnier.
Buvette (28, rue Henry Monnier): all the classics of French cuisine.
Bistrot Belhara (23, rue Duvivier): comfortable dining room, reasonably priced and down-to-earth menu.
Les Enfants Rouges (9, rue de Beauce): excellent traditional cuisine.
Clamato (80, rue de Charonn): the Nouvelle Vague of fish-based cuisine.
Ito (2, rue Pierre-Fontaine): located in southern Pigalle, this tiny restaurant has a sake counter.