Paris Finds

To offer some ideas on where to eat when in the gastronomical city of Pareee, try these on for taste.

The World Bar
6, rue Caumartin
M° Auber
Please, please don’t leave without having a slice of the “mi-cuit au chocolat, crème légère à la vanille de Bourbon.” Honestly, what more could you ask for?

Le Boeuf Gros Sel
120, rue des Grands Champs
M° Maraîchers
Slightly cheezy atmosphere, but that’s just part of its charm.

Le Refuge des Fondues
17, rue des 3 frères
Was mentioned in “Almost French”, though unappreciated by Aussie Sarah Turnbull. It’s perfect for groups who are just looking for a good deal and a change in atmosphere. Drinking wine from baby bottles is just a bonus. Make reservations if a group dinner is in the plans.

4, Place du Trocadéro
M° Trocadéro
Excellent macarons and chocolat chaud, and isn’t completely overrun by non-French.

Chez Papa
6, rue Gassendi
M° Denfert Rochereau
Amazing Southwestern French food. Usually crowded. There are several locations, but I love this one.

Le Marché
2 place du Marché Ste Catherine
M° St. Paul
This little find is quaint and hidden, and has some of the best food I’ve ever eaten.

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