Top Restaurants in Paris
Collected by Sylvia Sabes-Dublanc , AFAR Local Expert
Paris is known for charming cafés, aromatic bakeries, and some of the world's finest cuisine. The city abounds with seasonal food simply prepared, as well as with sky-haute meals from the kitchens of culinary superstars. Taste Paris and you’ll know why this is the destination for food- and wine-lovers!
19 Avenue Kléber, 75116 Paris, France
La Terrasse, the most refined rooftop bar in Paris, attracts a well-heeled crowd who want the view without a fuss. White umbrellasprovide shade over the spacious tables on this romantic rooftop garden with rose-lined alcoves and iconic views of...
Monnaie de Paris, 11 Quai de Conti, 75006 Paris, France
This 18th-century building that used to be the mint still holds treasure: It now houses the three-Michelin-starred Guy Savoy. Dark-colored walls set off the contemporary art, and large windows frame views of the Seine, setting the stage for an...
36 Rue de Varenne, 75007 Paris, France
The cafés that line the streets of Parismakean easy option for a quick lunch. But not all cafés are created equal, and you don't want to end up at one thatheats up frozen meals and drowns salads in industrial vinaigrette. Follow the crowd of...
3 Rue Victor Massé, 75009 Paris, France
Le Pantruche—the name is an old slang term for Paris—uses its excellent food to lure Parisians out of their flats and across the Seine. The ambience here is bright yet cozy and nostalgic, with brown leather banquettes, wood...
8 Rue des Plantes, 75014 Paris, France
Taxi drivers know where they’re going when clients ask for the Rue des Plantes around lunch or dinner time. The destination? Le Severo, a simple bistro tucked in a quiet neighborhood in the 14th arrondissement, set with vintage...
54 Rue de Seine, 75006 Paris, France
This sliver of a wine bar and tapas joint is ideal for drinking solo or with a pal (larger groups will have a hard time finding a seat). Settle in at the wood bar or at one of the stools alongside the stone walls, and choose from the well-curated...
Rue Intérieure, 75008 Paris, France
For Michelin-starred chef Eric Frechon, opening a 110-seat restaurant in the heart of Paris's busiest train station (Gare St.-Lazare) was effectively a way to reconnect with his democratic, bistro past. The Bristol Hotel chef is an avowed...
52 Boulevard de Vaugirard, 75015 Paris, France
Galettes—savory crepes made from buckwheat flour—andregular crepes are specialtiesof Brittany. Trains from that region arrive in Paris at the Gare Montparnasse, which explains why there are so many Breton restaurants in the quartier around the...
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