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
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
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
Excellent macarons and chocolat chaud, and isn’t completely overrun by non-French.
6, rue Gassendi
M° Denfert Rochereau
Amazing Southwestern French food. Usually crowded. There are several locations, but I love this one.
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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“mi-cuit au chocolat, crème légère à la vanille de Bourbon”… fascinating, i dream i could have a slice of that cake.