- Places to eat in Paris?
A little away from Montmartre, but I go here every single time I find myself in Paris. It’s an utter delight. Just be prepared to accept it for what it is, and you’ll love it.
Chilled red wine? Oh yes, very much so!Posted 4 years ago
Steak Frites? Mais, oui!
Olivier et famille will vraiment look after vous!ElShalimoMember
Le Petit Bofinger is excellent too but €€s
An interesting and probably much more sensibly priced cheaper option is Chartier in the 9éme. It’s an old fashioned Parisian bistro and the waiters are deliberately rude to you, regardless of who you are. It’s very entertaining and almost like being at the theatre. It can be quite random too, so you could end up fruit or yoghurt for dessert on the set menu. The food on the set and a la carte menu is pretty good
If you end up in an unfamiliar area, Chez Papa have a chain of south-west French restaurants across Paris. Good hearty food for not much €sPosted 4 years agoteamhurtmoreMember
l’entrecote – go for the one on the left bank by Les Deux Magots. But get there early. The steak, sauce and the frites are great!
Blimey is Chartier still going, That was a fun haunt when I lived in Paris in the early 90s!!! Destroys the notion that the customer is always right!!!!Posted 4 years agojambalayaSubscriber
This place is excellent, I go there regularly (currently living in Paris 1/2 the time). Good burgers plus all the staple French dishes like homemade confit du canard. Yes around Sacre Coeur is a bit touristy but worth a stroll around, some of the places are ok but my recommendation is very close near the bottom of the steps used in all movies and ads.
Paris is bad for pickpockets especially in touristy parts so take care.Posted 4 years ago
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