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Open day and night all year round, this restaurant with its pretty flower-filled patio is without doubt one of the district's best-known eating places. Once popular with Les Halles market stallholders, little has changed since then and the restaurant has managed to hold onto that old-fashioned atmosphere of Paris long ago. Sample the onion soup, tripe or Pig's Trotters from its authentic menu or try the excellent selection of oysters.
Petit Bofinger is a cozy brasserie that serves traditional French dishes like Sauerkraut, Foie Gras, etc. What makes this place different is the 1950s decor with authentic wood-panels and deep red-colored wall seats. The restaurant offers great value for money with its food deals. Children have a separate menu here from which they can choose items of their choice. Valet parking is also offered by the brasserie. Enjoy the view of the Bastille while you dine here.
If L'Encrier were to exist in the era of Marie Antoinette, then it would have the town crier crying out for its impeccable seasonal cuisine, the charming stone, wood and brick interior, vintage wine selection and lots more. This quaint restaurant with its old worldly charm works wonders for your appetite along with a moderately priced menu. Whenever you are around here, stop by for a handsome deal.
Established in 1903, this bistro has retained its turn of the century feel. Both rooms are typically Art Nouveau in style with frescoes on the ceiling downstairs, large mirrors and beautiful light fittings. Fine reproductions decorate the walls. Bistro regulars of all ages and backgrounds come here for its rustic cuisine served in surprisingly original ways. Great salads and hot dishes like Panaché of beef, tomato and duck tartar or Macaroni au gratin with salmon and cream make the meal even more special here.
This small simple locale dishes out a selection of both heartfelt and inventive meals served with the charm of an old Parisian bistro. Its intimate decor, marked by grey and chrome colors, cramped tables and an open kitchen, provides a modest setting for an unexpectedly dazzling array of ground-breaking dishes. If arriving early, be sure to snag some of the counter seats so you can watch the cook in action! L' Agrume is a sumptuous hidden gem devoid of pretension and shock full of gustatory delight!
This unassuming small eatery has a large fan following for the flavorful Indian and Sri Lankan delicacies that they dish out every single day. Consistent good quality and an amicable atmosphere has made Muniyandi Vilas a favorite destination for cheap eats. And they do have a wide array of deliciousness to choose from which will just make you beam with joy. It is not a posh place and it ain't stingy, the generous portions of this economical place are mind blowing. A must visit for all those who love cheap thrills.
Foodies, penny-savers and extroverts flock to this small, quirky and constantly crowded address near the Place d'Italie. Once seated (and often in close quarters), you will have a myriad of incredibly affordable Basque dishes and hearty salads to choose from. The incredible Alsacian veal, covered with gratin potatoes and mouth-watering cheese or the duck with roquefort is highly recommended. Don't forget the snails with parsley or the house cassoulet. Whatever your whims, you will be more than satisfied with these stunning, sumptuous selections. The atmosphere is lively and chances are, you will find yourself engrossed in a philosophical conversation with your neighbor. This gem becomes packed, especially on the weekends, so equip yourself with snacks to stave off hunger during a long but worthwhile wait. You will be rewarded. Bring ample cash!