Cuisine à Paris!

À la recherche des meilleurs restaurants à Paris !


Le Relais de L’Entrecôte Saint Germain des Près, 6e.

A timeless landmark of Parisian cuisine. The Relais de l’Entrecote never fails to make an impression. Here there is no menu, only one dish is served, and people line up around the block to indulge on Steak and Fries with their world famous secret green sauce. Try to guess what’s in it, I dare you. (21€) They do not accept reservations.

20 Rue Saint-Benoît, 75006 Paris

Le Coupe-Chou, 5e.

A 13th century manor house with 17th century decor offering an refined atmosphere warmed by a roaring fireplace for a quiet retreat. They have a full menu of French classics made in the traditional way Boeuf Bourguignon simmered for hours in farm to table ingredients because “a Bourguignon is only as good as the wine you cook it in.” We like to order the Magret de Canard à la Pêche it will knock your socks off. (33€)

11 Rue de Lanneau, 75005 Paris

Le Molière Buci, 6e.

Tell the owner, Eric, that the Plasters sent you. Full traditional menu and Creperie. Nichole gets the Moules Frites (15€), Rob recommends the Pièce de boeuf XXL (26€), and Cami’s favorite meal of all-time is Eric’s famous Carbonara (15€). At lunch their classic Soupe à l’Ongion will win you over and warm you up at only (10€).

12 Rue de Buci, 75006 Paris

La Cantine du Troquet Pernety, 14e.

Off the beaten path but by far the most amazing cuisine in all of Paris, la Cantine du Troquet offers a menu surprise du chef with 9 courses from their Michelin star chef, basically it is one of everything on the menu for only 35 €. Served in a relaxed atmosphere where they sit you at picnic tables with strangers. They do not accept reservations.

101 Rue de l’Ouest, 75014 Paris


Fajitas, 6e.

By far the best Mexican in Paris prepared by a real Mexicain. Feel free to speak Spanish in this mom and pop resto where the wife from El Salvador will be waiting on you. And by all means order a bag of tortilla chips or shells to take home with you from their épicerie. Expect 15-20€ for your main dish, and you’ll pay extra for salsa and chips if you want them as a starter – the family’s gotta make a living.

15 Rue Dauphine, 75006 Paris

Higuma, 1e.

Want to experience what Japanese people really eat every day? Order Yakisoba (9€) with Gyoza (7€) at Higuma and you’ll be in for a real treat. The line wraps around the block but you’ll be rewarded with the pleasure of watching them make each dish to order as the line weaves right through the kitchen! This is a true Japanese diner atmosphere and they do not accept reservations.

32bis Rue Sainte-Anne, 75001 Paris

Han Lim, 5e.

Where Koreans eat Barbecue Coréen snuggled in the charming neighborhood of Rue Moufftard definitely worth a stroll after dinner. Be prepared to be put to work – your table will have it’s own private grill where you will grill to perfection the perfectly marinated steak. Served with a gazillion garnishes that are truly a flavor palette that can be found no where else. (13€)

6 Rue Blainville, 75005 Paris

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