- 134 reviews
This quick-lunch sandwich was suggested by my paris-resident cousin, and told me that it is THE thing to try here in 'Le Marais' area and Parisians go crazy for it. Since I was Lebanese and Falafels aren't that exotic to me, we tried it, it was generous, tasty and I liked it. One thing i didn't like is that I ...Popular withFoodiesBudgetVegetarian
The Marais is tradtionally the Jewish ghetto in Paris. It has since then become the heart of gay Paris, and now looks more like an international, hip shopping area. Lots of shops, sights (the Place des Vosges, the Musee du Carnavalet). The traditional Jewish restaurants have mostly shut down, but Chez Marianne is still there, a classic.Popular withFoodiesLocalVegetarian
- 62 reviews
The best place for people watching. There are just a few seats outside in this gorgeous bar in the heart of the marais. It's a great place to sit and have a beer and a sandwich and watch the world go by. One of my favourite bars in Paris and one of the most uniquePopular withLocal
- 72 reviews
I haven't been back in seven years but it feels like yesterday, when I came in hungry on a Sunday morning for brunch and ordered their Eggs Florentine. I hated tomatoes and I hated spinach, but that day I walked out with a new found appreciation for food that has spiraled upward into a ridiculous food-related adventure. It was perfect. ...Popular withNightlifeBudgetFoodies
Le Loir dans la Théière is a much loved tea house in the Marais. It serves freshly baked tarts, pies and cakes along with a lunch menu of quiches, omelets and other simple French dishes that change daily. You usually find a lineup of people eagerly waiting to get in and try their lemon meringue pie that has a mountain ...Popular withTrendstersLuxuryFoodies
- 111 review
Tres tres bon! Plenty of seating inside this cafe as well as outdoors. The staff are friendly and attentive which is rare in Paris. They have quite a large menu for drinks and food. I had the duck with potatos as well as escargot and it was exellent! The interior is chic and the lighting is great, it can be ...
- 121 review
It's not easy to find good and authentic Eastern European food in Paris, despite what some may believe. Le Ravaillac serves up all the Polish delights I'm accustom to and more. The food was good and the waitress was quirky, but in a good way. The interior has the feel of an old pub with dark exposed wood from floor ...