Restaurants for Foodies in Paris, France 

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  • 21


    2 reviews

    Koff is our standout on the Parisian brunch scene. In a city that’s often traditional and a bit staid, Koff does a 21 euro brunch that hits the spot with scrambled eggs and smoked salmon, plus pancakes. Did we mention that bagels are available? Convenient to the Abbesses metro in Montmartre, here’s a great place to while away a hungry ...

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  • 22

    Jeff de Bruges

    Jeff de Bruges is my favorite "mainstream" gourmet chocolate. With a few stores in Paris - and one just recently opened at the Champs Elisees - they make delicious chocolate in every flavor, to eat right there, to gift someone back at home or to have amazing belgian chocolate machine ice cream.

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  • 23

    Le Petit Chatelet

    5 reviews

    Good French food. Family run business for 60+ years.

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  • 24

    Boulangeries Paul

    19 reviews

    Paul has to be the most mainstream place to eat in Paris - but not fast food. it's a boulangerie (bakery) with a delicious assortment of bread, sandwiches and pastries. The croissant and the pain aux amandes are specially lovely. In some of their locations they have a dining room where you can have lunch as well.

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  • 25


    We went last October for my 40th birthday and getting a reservation here was an adventure. Calling was near impossible from the states. I finally gave up when my husband booked a business trip to Paris 4 months before our vacation and said he'd walk in and make the reservation. Now I believe you can reserve online. It was a ...

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  • 26


    18 reviews

    Beautiful and delicious! You can choose as many flavors as you can fit and they make it into a rose! Try the chocolate in the center with cinnamon petals! Heavenly!

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  • 27

    Le Chateaubriand

    9 reviews

    The innovative no choice menu amazed us. Days after, we finally figured out some of the dishes we sampled.

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  • 28

    Chez Marianne

    5 reviews

    Can't say enough about the Chez Marianne lunch. See all those people lining up over there at L'As? Dummies. Walk another half block to Marianne's, sit yourself down with little to no waiting, and order the plate of 4, 5, or 6, or even better, share with someone and order the plate of 10 different Mediterranean spreads/dips/goodness. You have never ...

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  • 29


    4 reviews

    We came here for lunch and enjoyed a four hour extravaganza of Michelin starred dishes. The chef emphasizes vegetable although it is not vegetarian and plenty of protein is served. The tomato salad was beyond description is was so delicious. The tasting menu was extensive and intriguing. The prices, particularly for the a la carte dishes, were very expensive.

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  • 30

    Le Saint Régis

    2 reviews

    This lovely little bistro on the Ile Saint-Louis is certainly on the tourist path but with such classic decor and prime placement, hard not to fall absolutely in love with it. The terrace seats are a great place to watch the sunset while enjoying a sip of champagne.

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  • 31


    4 reviews

    one the most famous bistro restaurants in Paris. always busy, you have to make reservations. nice spot, very nice food and even better cheese and deserts. perfect for long lunches....

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  • 32


    2 reviews
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  • 33

    Potager du Marais

    In meat and cheese-loving Paris, it is quite a challenge to find tasty vegetarian options; and let's not even talk about vegan. That's why Le Potager du Marais is such a gem. Not only is it located in the trendy and charming Marais neighborhood, but it offers a menu that is 100% vegan, and generous and tasty portions at great ...

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  • 34

    Le Comptoir

    8 reviews

    This a very popular restaurant and will usually have a line to get in. We went around 2 and the line was short. The food and the service are excellent. It is a small place but it allowed us to talk with some friendly Parisians about the selections on the menu. They were very helpful and the food was terrific ...

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  • 35

    Au Grain de Folie

    5 reviews

    Charming and unique, Au Grain de Folie is one of the best vegetarian restaurants in all of Paris. It offers only a few tables but for the lucky people sitting in them a veggie delight awaits. I was a vegetarian for 4 years and I have rarely been to a purely vegetarian restaurant this good.

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  • 36

    Kintaro Lamen

    3 reviews

    I was dying for some Japanese food since I've been eating French and Swiss food for the past week and kintaro hit the spot. The gyoza was terrific, the udon was a bit salty and the ramen was decent. It was not he best Japanese food I've had, but for what it is i enjoyed it!

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  • 37

    L'éclair de Génie

    Maybe a tad overpriced, but the eclairs themselves are things of beauty and very tasty! I highly recommend it for any sweet tooth.

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  • 38

    L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon

    10 reviews

    Eating at L’Atelier wasn't just dinner it was a full event! The restaurant is set-up so almost everyone sits at the bar; which I have to admit I didn’t think I’d like but ended up loving. The atmosphere was fun and it gave us a perfect view of the chefs at work. Our waiter was extremely friendly and attentive and ...

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  • 39

    Le Ciel de Paris

    6 reviews

    I loved this restaurant! The food was great but easily overshadowed by the incredible view and beautiful decor of the place. The ceiling even had these little star-like LED lights.

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  • 40

    La Maison du Chocolat

    They don't name themselves the "House of Chocolate" for no reason. Mmm, I had a chance to sample some of these decadent heavenly bites, soo pure and chocolatey tasting. I must be making up words to describe something so sinfully good. They have a couple of stores in Paris, at the airport, Japan, and in New York. Please expand!

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