Restaurants for Green Travelers in Paris, France 

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  • 21

    Le Jules Verne

    9 reviews

    Went here a few days ago during my first visit to Paris! After reading many of the reviews on here, I'm really surprised that my dad and I were able to get in without a reservation! We had taken a boat cruise on the Seins River right by the Eiffel Tower, and were looking for a place to eat. We ...

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  • 22

    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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  • 23

    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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  • 24

    La Palette

    Chic little spot for brunch or aperitivo and good for evening people watching. Not specifically vegetarian, but you'll find some veggie plats if you're off the meat.

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  • 25

    Restaurant Guy Savoy

    9 reviews

    Guy Savoy offers a sensational gastronomic experience. The fine dining ambiance is elegant and welcoming. The artichoke and black truffle soup was delicious, the fish dish was just good, but the veal was perfect. The wine list is so large/heavy that guests need to rest it on a stool; its selection of old world wines is fantastic! The service is ...

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  • 26


    The chef used to work for "Fifteen", the restaurant owned by Jamie Oliver (Yup that British chef on Food Network) in London for 15 years. So Frenchie's got some celebrity color to it, but the food quality is no bluff. The menu runs traditional French with surprising creativity here and there. Reservation recommended.

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  • 27

    Le Comptoir

    9 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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  • 28

    La Tour d'Argent

    8 reviews

    Very memorable meal and view. You can't beat the service and duck. Great view of Paris and worth the experience once in your life. However, you can get better food elsewhere in Paris.

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  • 29


    10 reviews

    Went here for my birthday dinner while I was in Paris, and it was amazing! I don't know if they still do the prix-fixe dinner, but if they do, splurge and go for it. The food was fantastic, and of course, it comes with a few of their famous macarons.

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  • 30

    Maison Georges Larnicol

    Yummy chocolate and macaroon shop in the middle of a busy shopping area! I stopped by to try their macaroons because this looks so delicious through the windows! They were only1 euro each and tasty!

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  • 31

    Le Bouillon Chartier

    9 reviews

    This is an incredible restaurant. It was founded in 1896, and ever since it has been serving classic French food with very reasonable prices. Appetizers begin from couple of euros while main courses vary between 8-13 euros. The dining room is large and noisy, but very true to its turn of the century style.

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  • 32

    Chez L'Ami Jean

    7 reviews

    My mother will kill me for sharing this. But this is one of the last, truly authentic restaurants in Paris. Absolutely killer food, at reasonable prices, and NO tourists.

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  • 33

    Le Grand Colbert

    8 reviews

    French cousine at its best in a great place. Admit that a good deal of tourists (including us) have heard of the place after watching a move with Jack Nicholson and Diane Keaton "Something Gotta Give", but unless you expect it to be something absolutely extraordinary this is absolutely a great place! will definitely return!

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  • 34

    Breizh Cafe

    9 reviews

    This is a very original small cafe in the heart of Marais. They serve galettes (savoury crepes) from Brittany region mainly. They also have a very broad menu for sweet crepes as well. Food is superb and original. Sometimes they would also have oysters (Brittany style) If you are lucky, you can taste them before or after a huge galette...

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  • 35


    Go for the prix fixe at this place, and treat yourself to steak tartare and oysters-raw food, french style. The wine is not included, but is reasonably priced. The cavernous setting is filled with delightfully officious black and white clad waiters busily attending to their own specific tasks.

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  • 36

    Le Cafe Marly

    8 reviews

    The food here is very reliably good, contemporary rather than classic but not particularly innovative. However, the setting is great as it overlooks the sculpture court at the Louvre.

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  • 37

    Chez Gladines

    8 reviews

    Though Chez Gladines serves basque food, I've rarely been to a place so reminiscent of traditional french conviviality. This no frills restaurant is loud, busy, cheap, young, and cheery; with checkered table cloths, (thankfully) never-ending portions, and free-flowing wine. Come hungry and early, especially if your party is bigger than two people.

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  • 38

    404 (Le)

    7 reviews

    For experimental Moroccan and a great atmosphere, go to 404 and then cocktails next door at the Andy Walhoo. They have the same owner and are tucked away in a side street behind the Pompidou.

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  • 39

    Mariage Frères

    8 reviews

    30, Rue Bourg Tibourg. In a colonial style decor get served by men in linen suits and sit down to great cup of tea and pear tart.

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  • 40

    Refuge des Fondues

    6 reviews

    Super fun and funky, no frills fondue in Montemarte. Ressies highly recommended. Short skirts not recommended, unless you like showing your bizness.

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