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  • 1

    Berthillon

    4.5
    25 reviews

    The ice cream here is the most delicious ice cream you can have in Paris. It is super famous and they are all made fresh.

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  • 2

    Experimental Cocktail Club

    The club is relatively small with tables and low velvety stools lining the sides of the room. The crowd was French but international – throughout the evening several people heard us talking English and switched languages so that we may join the conversation. It's small so can get crowded but it makes great cockatils and attracts a fabulous crowd.

  • 3

    Le Basile

    Always friendly and fast, this little café is a fantastic place to have a quick lunch or snack and the food is incredibly good and amazingly inexpensive. The crave-worthy mache salad with poached egg and lardon is a definite favorite and the burgers at Le Basile may be the best in Paris.

  • 4

    Anahï

    This is a super chic Parisian steak house set in an old butcher shop dating from the 1700s. It is hidden away with little signage on a largely deserted street, so you will walk right by it if you don't know where you are going, but most taxis will take your there. The atmosphere is very intimate, and the steak ...

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  • 5

    Ozu

    Ozu is an expensive (but well worth it!) club found underneath the aquarium near the Trocadero metro. Nothing's more wild than dancing next to a giant fish dance and seeing the lights reflected off their scales. One of my best nights out in Paris!

  • 6

    Le Grand Café Capucines

    one of the famous Grand Cafés de Paris. it is so good that you can walk in the whole day and eat and drink as you like. nothing fancy or long etc. but if you want you could easily do that too.

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    Bombardier

    it serves beer, I mean proper beer. The Bombardier serves, as the name suggests, Wells’ Bombardier; it also serves other bitters and ales including Youngs. So if the light and fizzy beer of the Parisian bars just is not cutting the mustard, the solution is here. It is not just sports, there are other events too, from St Patrick’s Day ...

  • 8

    Baan Boran

    Nice little Thai food joint, very cosy and quiet. The food was fine but not exquisite, and as much else in Paris, a bit expensive. €17 for a rather small bowl of curry and beef.

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