This is the one that Heidi recommended. The reviews are in the blog.
This is a good blog - Cafe des Musees is a bistro in the Marais.
Heidi also recommended this one:
www.cafeconstant.com/4.aspx - 139 rue Ste Dominique - 7e. This has original mosaic floors and wooden tables. Doesn't take reservations but you can have a drink at the bar while you wait.
This is the tripadvisor page for restaurants in Paris.
Les Papilles sounds good too - this is at 30 rue Gay Lussac - 5e. It's a set menu though so not sure if I would be able to eat what's on the menu - www.lespapilleparis.com
It's a wine bar and bistro and is very popular.
Le baba Bourgeois - 5 quai de la tournelle.5e. - very trendy, smack bang on the Seine with a pavement terrace facing Notre dame. http://www.lebababourgeois.com/menus.html. It looks abit groovy and I can't really read the menu as it's in French!
Les Pipos - Soph and George went here. It looks lovely and I definitely want to go here.
Angelina's - tearoom with the best hot chocolates.
La Baron Rouge (no website. see reviews here and here)
A list of David Lebovitz' favourite places to eat in Paris.
Le Petit Machon - 158 rue st Honore. 16.50euros for lunch menu. This is close to the Louvre and gets a good write up as a welcoming bistro.
Cafe Marly - 93 rue de Rivoli - 1er - faces the Louvre with great views of the pyramid - pastas and sandwiches. Priced as more than 40E a person so I think you are probably paying for the view.
Les Troubadours - 10 passage des Panoramas 2e - Old style bistro with traditional French dishes in the Passage des Panoramas. Plat du jour is 13E and the chocolate cake is not to be missed.
Mon Vieil Ami - 4e - 69 rue st Louis - In one of Paris' most sought after areas. A very welcoming area. Alsatian Plat du jour -13euros.
Berthillon - icecreamery on Ile St Louis - went here last time. Icecreams are so yummy.
Cremerie Restaurant Polidor - 41 rue Monsieur le Prince - 6e.
In the Saint Germain area two brasseries sounded good - Le petit zinc - http://www.petit-zinc.com/
This is a big brasserie with lots of fresh seafood. Looks abit pricey though - depends what you have I guess but seems about 30euros or so for a main. 11 rue st Benoit.
Also Chez Allard - 41 rue St-andre des Arts- 6e. This is a left bank favourite with snails and frogs legs and a speciality chicken dish from Burgundy.
L'Arbuci - 25 rue de Buci - big brasserie - a popular choice for breakfast or brunch. Packed tables on the pavement. Live jazz in the basement on fridays and saturdays.
Cremerie Restaurant Polidor - 41 rue Monsieur le Prince - 6e. Decor dates from 1845. tasty family syle french cuisine.
Au Pied de Fouet - 50 Rue St-Benoit - an authentic bistro - busy with packed tables and very good value.
Amorino - serious competition for Bethillon. Homemade icecream apparently better - sounds like we'd better try both and decide for ourselves!! 4 Rue de Buci. also one in Luxemburg Gardens.
Le Pre Verre - a french bistro - 25 Rue Thenard in 5e. 13 euros for lunch and great wine list. Busy and buzzing. Very Parisian!!
Champs Elysee area - Le Hide -- www.lehide.fr
Tiny little place with traditional french food - and a Japanese chef. Plat du Jour is 16 euros. Looks very cute.
Marais area - There are lots of French bistros and cafes that seem quitte reasonable for lunch -
Le Petit Marche - 9 Rue de Bearn - 3e - just up from Place des Vosges - 12.5e for lunch.
Chez Janou - 2 rue roger Verlomme in 3e, 12.5e for lunch just up from Place des Vosges. It looks very cute - http://www.chezjanou.com/
Le Tire Bouchon - 5 Rue Guillaume Bertrand - 11e. Close to Rue Oberkampf. Wooden tables and gingham tablecloths.
Cafe Hugo - Place des Vosges - affordable eatery on Place des Vosges. Plat du Jour with a glass of wine is 12.5e.
Bastille & Gare Lyon area - (12e) -
Le Train Bleu is in this area (Annie Wallis recommended this restaurant). Looking at the website the building and interior looks amazing but it's very expensive for 5 of us. There is a bar though.
Some others in this area are:
La Muse vin - 101 Rue de Charonne. 12e - this is a wine bar with food - plat du jour is 9e.
Chez Paul - 13 rue de Charonne - 11e. very popular and traditional french bistro.http://www.chezpaul.com
Les Galopins - 24 Rue des Taillandiers , 11e - a cute little neighbourhood bistro.Simple and straightforward - Menus 14.5e and 17.5e for lunch. http://www.lesgalopins.fr/?page_id=7
Rue Montorgueil - good for a quick bite to eat.
Rue Mouffeard - food market and great for ethnic and French budget eateries. One is La Salle a manger - is a sunny terrace under trees that has a great view of the market place, fountain and church and has lovely tarts, salads, toasted sandwiches and pastries.
Da Rosa - 62, rue de Seine 75006 Paris. This is a delicatessen where you can eat - very hip and groovy and a real foodie place (i.e sounds like Andrew would love it) Has a vast array of meat, salamis, pates, caviars and cheeses. Everything can be bought to take home. For a place to eat it looks like a tapas bar and seems very $$.
Food shops along Rue de Seine and Rue de Buci. Also the covered markets of Marche St Germain. Open air markets of Rue Cler.
Quatre hommes - 62 Rue de Sevres, 6e - the king of fromageries. The smell alone is heavenly.
Carrefour Market - 79 Rue de seine 6e - a good supermarket in the area.
Rue Poncelet and Rue Bayen - in Champs Elysee area.
Some of these I've already mentioned but here are all the markets in order of arrondisements and opening times as well:
Rue Montorgueil - Rue Montorgueil between Rue de Turbigo and rue Reaumur - 2e.
8am - 7.30pm Tues -Saturday, to noon on Sunday. Favourite street in Paris for food.
Marche couvert des Enfants Rouge - 39 Rue de Bretagne - 3e. 9am - 2pm & 4 -8pm - Tues - Thurs. 9am - 8pm Friday & Saturday. 9am -2pm Sunday. This covered market south of Place de la Republique has ethnic and French stalls.
Marche Maubert - Place Maubert.5e 7am - 2.30pm Tues, Thu & Saturday.This market is spread over a small triangle of intersecting streets.
Marche Monge - Place Monge - 5e - 7am-2pm Wed, Fri and Sunday.One of the better open air neighbourhood markets in the Latin Quarter.
Rue Mouffetard - around Rue De L'Arbalete 5e. 8am - 7.30pm Tue- Sat, 8am - noon Sunday.
This is the city's most photogenic commerical market.
Marche Raspail - Blvd Raspail between Rue de rennes & Rue du Cherche Midi - 6e.
7am- 2. - 30 Tues & Sun. Traditional open air market.
Rue Cher - 7e. 8am - 7pm Tues, Sat,8am - noon on Sunday - a breath of fresh air.
Marche Couvert - St Quentin - Blvd Magenta 10e, 8am - 1pm , 3.30 - 7.30pm.
Glass and iron covered market.
Boulangerie Eric Kayser - 5e - 8 rue Monge - looks so yummy - especially the white chocolate brioches.
Oneof 15 branches and has become a household name in Paris.
Poilane - 8 rue du cherche Midi - 6e. - a legend in it's own lifetime - the sourdough loaf is France's most famous bread.
French food specialities - vol au vents, potage Saint germain - a thick green pea soup.
Paris brest - ring shaped cake filled with praline and topped with icing sugar and almonds
Boulangerie Besnier - 40 rue de bourgogne 7e - watch bagettes being made.
Le Notre - 10 Rue St Antoine - 4e - Has some of the most delectable pastries and chocolate in Paris.
A glass of wine starts from 3 or 4e, cocktails 10 - 15e and beer is between 3 and 4e.
Happy Hour is 5pm to 9pm.
Some bars that sound good are these one:
Le Cochon a l'Oreille - 15 rue Montmartre, 1e. A Parisian jewel in a heritage listed hole in the wall. Has only 8 tables.
Taverne Henri 1V - 13 place du Pont Neuf - One of the very few places to drink on the Ile de la cite. This is a serious wine bar dating back to 1885.
Alcazar - very groovy and hip - 62 Rue Mazarine. 6e. Looks amazing actually.
Au Sauvignon - 80 rue des Sts-Peres 7e. - right near Le bon Marche. Great little wine bar - sounds really fun and very french. Wine served by the glass and platters of food.
Cafe Delmas - 5e. Drink on one of The Latin Quarters leafiest squares.
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