Where to eat in Paris, Editor’s choices – Part 2
Where to eat in Paris, Universal Tour Guide Editor’s choices
Districs 5 to 8
It is time fo the second opus of our article: Where to eat in Paris.
There are many places to discover around the City of Light. From the fanciest palace to more humble places… Now, Let’s say, you are traveling in Paris for the first time. Let’s say that you have – like – no idea of where to look for food, and you feel a bit anxious about just entering a random place like that. Well… You just have to follow the guide :
5th District :
Le Petit Panthéon
47 Rue Monge, 75005 Paris
Monday to Sunday, 12 PM to 3 PM & 7 PM to 11 PM
The restaurant “Le Petit Panthéon” is a small place located in Paris not far from the Arena. The friendly staff welcomes you in a setting and atmosphere typical of the old bistros. The little extra: you feel like at home. The food is simple and very tasty, you can feel the freshness of the food which is homemade. It is ideal for a relaxing lunch with friends.
An address to recommend especially when talking about value for money!Picture by @Le Petit Panthéon
6th District :
Ze Kitchen Galerie – William Ledeuil
4 Rue des Grands Augustins, 75006 Paris
Tuesday to Saturday, 12 PM to 02:15 PM & 07:15 PM to 10:30 PM.
Closed on Sunday and Monday
Close to the Seine, the rue des Grands Augustins has seen many artists. Today, it hosts “Ze Kitchen Gallery” at No. 4, restaurant created by Chef William Ledeuil. Pasta lovers will necessarily find their happiness in the infinity of possibilities offered by a fresh and appetizing card. Varied ingredients as well as many different spices transform this restaurant in a place conducive to the discovery of new tastes and flavors. William Ledeuil claims a healthy and natural cuisine based on ingredients selected for their taste, strength or subtlety. A way of cooking where everything is matter of dosage, balance, tastes and perfumes.
Picture by @Ze Kitchen Galerie
7th District :
41, rue de Lille 75007 Paris
Tuesday to Saturday, 12:15 PM to 02:30 PM & 07:15 PM to 10 PM
The Chef, Julien Boscus offers a contemporary, creative and gourmet cuisine
The producers are chosen per high expectations: The Chef only uses natural products of impeccable quality. The place is sumptuous: a wine bar on the left with sublime day cellars, a beautiful room dressed in red velvet on the right and a garden-terrace for the breakfasts of the sunny days. In the room, the service is attentive and warm.
In short, very good dishes and a wonderful setting!
Picture by @Les Climats Restaurant
8th District :
Pavillon Elysée Café Lenôtre
10, avenue des Champs Elysées, 75008 Paris
Tuesday to Saturday, 12 PM to 02:30 Pm & 7 PM to 9:30 PM
Created in 1900 for the World Exhibition, the Pavillon Elysée Lenôtre is an emblematic place in Paris where all the pleasures of the Table are represented.
In this elegant place, ideally located near the Grand Palais and the Jardin des Tuileries, the epicureans enjoy gastronomy and relax.
The Pavillon Elysée Lenôtre brings together a Restaurant, a School of Cooking for amateurs and Reception rooms. The menu of the restaurant brings together the latest creations of the Chefs Lenôtre, refined and colorful, and the desserts that have made the reputation of the House…
Picture by @Pavillon Elysée Café Lenôtre
Yummy ! 🙂 it looks delicious !
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