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Nestled in Le Marais, Pizza Sant'Antonio is a nice option while walking through this wonderful neighborhood. You will always see a queue which soon dissipates due to their efficient service. Gorge on their yummy pies that will for a moment make you think that you aren't in a French city. They also serve a few pasta dishes as well.
Café Bords de Seine has an unassuming facade and it is only once you step inside this riverfront diner that you see its elegance. Its beautiful lampshades, light fixtures and well appointed furniture gives it a cozy look. Relish their marinated salmon and potatoes, and house cheeseburger. Round off your meal with an apple tart or cafe gourmand.
Expect Baroque-style decorations, elegant opera numbers and incomparable Italian Cuisine. Dine on foie gras, Rack of Lamb, Beef Filet, risotto with prawns and various other exotic dishes as you take in the old opera costumes and posters on the walls of this restaurant. An ultimate destination with top-class food and extravagant live music experience. it is open for dinner from 7:30p onwards. Book ahead for a table and get ready to be charmed by the venue.
This gay-friendly restaurant glows in a pink and purple light, thanks to its disco fairy lights and white walls. 4 Pat' has a combination of French and Italian fare. Their affable staff will ensure you have a pleasant time dining here. Suitable for groups and singles, their food is extremely affordable in this expensive city.
Calling itself the 'Rock Area', Black Dog is the quintessential hangout for the metal and rock fans. The dim interiors and the cramped seating may give it the look of some seedy joint, but if you dig metal and rock music, then this is exactly the place you would want to be. The bar and restaurant welcomes Parisian as well as visiting metal bands to perform here to a crowd that seems to be always hungry for more. The fare served here is a blend of both French and Argentinian cuisines, and you will also find some delectable Argentinian wines on offer. The two bars of the Black Dog serve up some very sweet cocktails and beer and spirits from around the world. To plan a visit here, please see the website.
If you've ever been to Thailand and wish to (re)taste its food without paying too much, just go to Thai Classic. The welcome is nice, and the atmosphere is quiet. You will dine among wood and discreet houseplants, with Thai music. The menu is very rich. As a starter, taste the famous and very spicy Som Tam, and as a main course, have a red curry or a green one if you like hot food. If you don t (and for children), the different kinds of stir fried rice and noodles will delight you with the tastes of lemon and coriander.