In the previous posts, I have already talked about 15 things to do in Paris and my ultimate guide to Disneyland Paris.
Today everything is about where to dine in one of the most charming cities in the world.
When visiting the French capital, you are in for the culinary experience. From delicious snails, over French fries to tasty pastries and French wine.
The following restaurants and cafés are the ones you definitely should not miss!
Le Café Marly
One of my favourite places in Paris is Le Café Marly. It is located directly at the Louvre museum and offers a fantastic view.
The menu there is more international, and even though it is a little pricey, it is still good and also here it is evident that you are also paying for the experience.
My best friend hat a beef tartar and I went for an omelette. Both are very recommendable.
Whenever I am in Paris, I can’t miss Season. Their poached eggs on avocado toasts are to die for! I can also recommend their Acai Bowls or banana tarts. Try to avoid Season during the weekends, because it is always crowded and waiting time for a table can take to an hour.
The most delicious and delicate macarons you will find at La Maison Ladurée.
I mean, it is not a trip to Paris without a trip to Ladurée. With the marvellous interior design, it is the perfect setting for a tea party with princess’ feelings. My favourite macaron flavours are pistachio, chocolate and cherry almond, which they, unfortunately, don’t sell all the time.
If you are craving burgers, fries or steaks then visit the restaurant Ralph’s, which is located in the background of Ralph Lauren’s Boulevard Saint-Germain store. The interior design is delight very much along the lines of the style of Ralph Lauren and a polo-country-club. I adore their courtyard! You should go on a sunny day and enjoy the restaurant on the terrace.
It is so lovely!
Café de Flore
If you want to experience a real Parisian vibe and feeling, then Café de Flore is the best choice. It is a classic café in Saint Germain and perfect for a late breakfast or coffee meeting. If you are lucky enough to get a table outside stay there as long as you can and just enjoy the atmosphere and sunshine.
After a shopping trip at Rue Saint-Honore stop at Hotel Costes for marvel at their beautiful roses at Roses Costes Dani Roses and then having lunch or just a simple drink at their courtyard. Here it is also a little pricey but the boudoir theme interior is gorgeous, and the atmosphere at Hotel Costes is enjoyable. I would say try Hotel Costes at least once.
Well known for their feature in Sex and the City. This place is usually crowded but worth going because of the beautiful view. I also celebrated my birthday there because I like places where you can dine, and it turns into a club at night. The music was also exactly our type, but I would still go there during the day instead of the evening. The view and restaurant look prettier than during the evening.
This fancy restaurant is the best place for people to see and be seen. So in the matter of fact, this is the perfect reason to get dressed up for a swanky dinner.
They seem to have a similar menu to Hotel Costes and comparing those two places I recommend L’Avenue. Even though the food is delicious at both locations but I like the atmosphere at L’Avenue more.
(photo source: Gal meets Glam)
This restaurant is a little bit further from the centre. In the 13th arrondissement in China Town to be exact. Every time, when I am back in Paris, I always take my time to go there at least once because they absolutely have the best-roasted duck in the whole Europe! Also, the price-performance ratio is very fair.
This restaurant is one of my top recommends! You definitely have to try the roasted duck noodle soup!
If you have ever been to one of these restaurants tell me how you liked it and if you have other restaurant recommendations,
then I would love to know!
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