where to eat in Paris

Where to eat in Paris, Editor’s choices – Part 1

Where to eat in Paris, Universal Tour Guide Editor’s choices

Districs 1 to 4

It is often hard to know where to eat when visiting a foreign country. France is very famous for its gastronomy. Follow this guide of the best parisians restaurants for some help ! Miam, Bon appétit !

1st District :

What :
L’Atelier du Tartare
Where :
1 Place des 2 Écus 75001, Paris
When :
Monday to Saturday, from 12PM to 3PM and 7 :30PM to 11PM.

The “Atelier Du Tartare”, located in the 1st district is a good way to try real French cooking with, among others, Tartars and Carpaccios. The dishes are revisited up to date with originality. You will find there a Fine and refined cuisine with fresh produces and nice flavors with a well thought menu. Moreover, there is a dish for everyone in there.
The open kitchen is a real pleasure and enable to see the Chef’s techniques! An atmosphere that is very cozy with a simple decor. Staff is welcoming and attentive.
An address not to be missed!


2nd District :

What :
ACCENTS Table Bourse
Where :
24 Rue Feydeau 75002, Paris
When :
Monday to Friday, from 12PM to 2PM and 7PM to 10PM.

Accents is a great discovery. Inside, the restaurant feels like a Zen room with a view on the wine cellar and kitchen. The place feels intimate and comfy.
The menu is a real piece of Art with delicate and refined dishes. It is a great way to discover French cooking and to travel through so many tastes. The staff is attentive. The chef even comes for reviews!
A little note from the Restaurant: “Our cuisine is inspired by the Living by selecting products from a responsible agriculture and respectful of its territory and the rhythm of the seasons.”

Picture by @Accent

3rd District :

What :
Le Petit Commines
Where :
16 Rue Commines, 75003 Paris
When :
Everyday from 7PM to 11 PM and Saturday & Sunday, from 12PM to 02:30PM

The entry of “Le Petit Commines” is located in a very discreet street. There you will find a small and warm restaurant nestled in stone walls. With its wooden tables and wine cellar all over the walls, you will instantly feel welcome. The boss is a passionate man who will be pleased to advise you and take time to explain the dishes. The quality of hospitality, service and food is high level. The environment is intimate as is the decoration.
Do not hesitate to try the food, made of products of seasons. The French menu is renewed every day in its logic of authenticity, simplicity and refinement. The match between dishes and wines is a perfect!

Pictures by @Le Petit Commines

4th District :

What :
L’Ours Blanc
Where :
8 Rue Geoffroy l’Angevin 75004, Paris
When :
Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays from 12:00PM to 03:00PM & 07:00PM to 11:00PM.
Saturdays from 07:00PM to 11:00P

L’Ours Blanc, [ Literally, the polar Bear] is one of the best restaurants of the Marais District. It is a very small restaurant of 18 seats.
L’Ours Blanc is a place to live, meet and share. You can have lunch on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, but also to enjoy a tea or a coffee accompanied by a sweet or savory sweetness in the afternoon from 3 pm and dinner from 6:30 pm until late in the evening.
They offer French cuisine, but do not limit themselves to this one because they like to work the spices of the world.

Their cuisine is healthy and balanced (they use organic fruits and vegetables, low temperature cooking and / or steam, …)
They work on fresh products, healthy and seasonal. As a reason, the card changes very often per the arrivals and the inspiration. The polar bear is the place where the traditional cuisine meets a more current cuisine made of products and flavors from far more distant horizons. All accompanied by good wines selected for their character, others for their complexity but each time for their elegance.

 

Pictures by @L’Ours Blanc

2 Comments

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    Posted by Caroline| 3 March 2017 |Reply

    That’s looks delicious ! Very interesting article with good tips !

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