A quiant and typically Parisan Traideur that offers top quality meats and cheeses. Small however specific, the menu offers burgers, tartar de boeuf and salads. It is also a great spot to stop for your meats and cheese for apero or lunch on the Seine. The small shop has a few high tables inside as well a a few tables outside.
Boast one of the best provençial menus in Paris. Located around the corner from Place des Vosges, it offers a quaint inside and outside terrace to dine or enjoy one of their 80 different selections of Pastis. Also, do not miss out on the unlimited and decadent mousse au chocolate!
An open market offering anything from couscous to sushi to real pasta made by an Italian grandmother. Atmosphere is casual but food is reasonably priced and good! Perfect spot to get lunch and then follow it up with a gelato from Mary's Gelateria, see below.
Easily confused to look like a take-out taco joint, you open the white back wall to reveal a sunken stone cocktail bar offering decent mexican treats and a prestine selection of inventive cocktails changing by the season. If you do not see something on the list that fancies you, tell the bartender your preferences and they will create something to your taste. Food is good but the real treat here is atmosphere, cocktails and people watching.
If you enjoy a really good steak, then this is place for you. Here, it is no frills just an open fire turning out delicious and rare côte de boeuf, one after another. It is a great place to go on a cold day because of the open fire and cozy environment. Make a reservation.
On of my favorite traditional french restaurants in the 11th arrondissement. Extremely local with a menu that changes daily. Food is always fresh and of very good quality. The decor is quaint and typical but there is no english menus here and little english is spoken but it is hard to go wrong with whatever selection you chose.
Black and white marble floors, big leather sofas and red lighting make this one of my favorite cocktail spots. They offer a great selection of cocktails for happy hour at a perfect 6 euros each from 5pm to 8pm everyday and offers an asian inspired fair for dinner if you decide to stick around. Not to miss if you are in the Bastille area.
Best gelato in Paris in my opinion. Owned by an adorable Italian woman, this is as close as it gets to Italy in Paris. You will not be disappointed with any of the choice but the chocolate is remarkable. Great follow up to lunch at La Marche des Enfant Rogue.