A high-class restaurant on the world's most famous avenue, Ladurée (founded in 1862) also boasts a bakery. You can try the famous “macarons” (moist jam-filled cookies), a specialty of this establishment, or enjoy the raw and cooked vegetable salad along with a variable of other dishes served for lunch and dinner.
The 3rd Arrondissement features an easy going and unpretentious cocktail lounge that will sure please your senses. The cozy ambiance is great for small groups. Offering authentic Mexican cuisine, Candelaria's must-haves are mushroom tacos, queso fresco, cactus tostada, chicken tostada, and lots more. The creative cocktails here are unique. Call ahead or check out the website for detailed information.
Dieses 1890 eröffnete Café, in dem alle großen Schriftsteller des Jahrhunderts verkehrten, ist ein Stück Pariser Kulturgeschichte. Der französische Philosoph Jean-Paul Sartre hat auf der berühmten Terrasse immer seinen Kaffee mit Croissant zu sich genommen. Heute kann man hier rasch etwas essen oder ein Gläschen Champagner trinken, nachdem man einen Einkaufsbummel in den Luxusboutiquen des Viertels gemacht hat. Ein Café für Freunde von Schick und Luxus, die den Mythos erhalten wollen. Ungefähre Preise: Kaffee EUR 3, Fruchtsaft EUR 6, Champagner (Glas) EUR 12, Salate EUR 11, Wurstteller EUR 8
In der Gegend um die Bastille befindet sich La Brasserie Bofinger im wunderschönen Belle-Epoque-Dekor mit Milchglasdecke, Keramiken und Spiegeln versehen. Celebritys, Einheimische wie Touristen zieht es auf Grund der vielfältigen Küche hier her. Die Speisekarte bietet u.a. Choucroute Garnie, gerösteten Hummer oder Magret de Canard.
This cafe is undoubtedly one of the most popular in Paris. With its exquisite Second Empire style, it has forever been a favored hangout for celebrities and tourists alike. The leafy look combined with the rich decor of ornate flourishes and deep polished wood creates an atmosphere of freshness blending with class. You can drop in here for an early breakfast or a delayed supper as the cafe remains open till late in the night. During winter, you can dine alfresco at the winter terrace that overlooks the Boulevard des Capucines, while summer months see crowds filling in at the open air terrace that gives a great view of the Place de l'Opera. While in Paris, this is one destination you should not miss.
Situated in Disneyland, France, Inventions mingles a global dining experience with Disney magic. The restaurant serves innovative, contemporary dishes from around the world in a buffet setup. While you dine, you can chat with Mickey Mouse and other Disney characters as they come up to diners for photos and conversation. The decor of the restaurant is also worth a second look as quaint and inventive Disney-themed nick-nacks hang from the ceiling and dozens of colorful pictures hang from the walls. Early risers can also come in for a family brunch with Disney characters on every Sunday.
Le Bateau Qui Fume is a popular dining venue in Paris, that is inspired by the food truck culture of the west. A part of the Camion qui fume chain, this interesting destination lies atop a small boat near the Hôtel de ville. Enjoy sumptuous burgers that are tastefully prepared using freshly made beef patties and choice vegetables. Wine and champagne are also available in cups.
Bistro Marguerite is a quaint diner that will charm you with its antiques and dim lights. Located near the banks of the River Seine, you will relish their classic French dishes such as Beef Bourguignon, Sausage Aligot and Smoked Salmon. Round it off with a chocolate mousse.
Angelina Versailles occupies an ornately decorated room in the Chateau de Versailles's Pavillon D'Orleans, offering a refined tea room experience and a hearty menu of bistro selections. Frequented by the likes of Chanel and Proust, Angelina has been a fashionable destination for Parisians since 1903. Traditional tea service, coffee beverages, hot chocolate and assorted dessert items are some of the simpler selections at Angelina, however dishes such as the imperial caviar platter and leek fondue show the kind of elegance with which this cafe prefers to operate. A takeout display and snack area are available for guests wanting a quick bite. Be advised, Angelina Versailles is only open to visitors of the Chateau de Versailles.
Le Coupe-Gorge is an intimate restaurant and has a vintage charm to it. Their menu features fresh ingredients from the local markets. Savor dishes like vodka marinated salmon, homemade terrines, Tatin oxtail spiced caramel, Koulibiak of salmon and saddle of lamb with tapenade. Round off your meal with desserts such as crispy chocolate mousse and chocolate souffle.
This French fast food chain has a worldwide presence. Brioche Dorée on Rue de Rivoli is tucked away amongst shops and tourist attractions. So naturally it is a nice spot to make a pit stop to relish their sandwiches, tarts and pastries. If you are in a hurry, then you can also opt their to-go list.
Gourmet food in a moving truck?? Who wouldn't want to go there! Le Camion Qui Fume provides this unique experience in Paris that is delightful and unforgettable. People usually swear by the many-award-winning food truck. They have some of the most amazing dishes- mouthwatering, perfectly cooked meats and most scrumptious burgers! Sure you may have to wait patiently for your turn, but believe it or not, it will be worth the wait. But how do you track this nomadic restaurant? Follow them on Twitter or Facebook to know their next stop. Bon Appetit!