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Experience a little bit of Spain and lots of fun at the Les Piétons. This tapas bar is popular for its lovely and friendly ambiance that welcomes locals and tourists alike. The tasty lunch is filling enough to keep your energy levels high for the rest of the day. You can also try the Spanish delights doled out by the chef and wash down the meals with your favorite drink. Taste the Pisto Serrano or Arroz Frito and you can't resist but go in for a second helping. Ensure that you do not miss out on the decadent desserts.
Inside Gallery 88 you can see works of art from all over the world - pottery, statuettes, tapestries, and so on. Outside, on the terrace, you have a fine view of the embankments of the Seine. The menu is a selection of Mediterranean-inspired light dishes like tapas plates, salads and pastas. The selection of teas go perfectly with the cakes which are made in the confectionery next door. They also offer a selection of pre-set menus for lunch and dinner.
In a city where you can find almost any cuisine, Ao Yama is popular among locals for its Japanese and sushi preparations. Its dark chocolate store front facade is welcoming so is its light wood interiors. Their service is quick and efficient, making sure that you don't have to wait long. From yakitori to bento and sushi dishes, their food is reasonably priced.
Opened in 1997, Crêperie Beaubourg is a popular spot near the Centre Pompidou. Their cozy decor is accentuated by hanging red lampshades and artworks. Relish their savory and sweet crepes that are made fresh daily. Complement your meal with ciders and Celtic whiskeys to complete the taste of Brittany and Ireland.
As you explore Le Marais, you will come across Kyo, a Japanese restaurant on Rue de la Verrerie. Its elegant gray interiors are welcoming and their menu is reasonably priced. Dig into beef and chicken skewers (yakitori), sushi and sashimi that are freshly prepared and are delicious to taste.
Located in the fourth arrondissement of Paris near the Hôtel de Ville, La Table des Gourmets is a unique place. Have dinner in a magical setting: the vaulted cave of a former chapel dating from the 12th Century. On top of that, during the decorating and renovating undertaken in the restaurant’s basement, a Gallo-Roman well and another from the Middle Ages were discovered, as well as other relics from the 16th and 17th Centuries. All are witness to the archeological richness of the district. The restaurant’s ambiance is intimate while the cooking is refined and reflects the beautiful interior decoration.