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A culinary change from cuisine of france, this restaurant serves authentic Thai dishes. Decorated with fancy Zen handicrafts, the restaurant is a pleasant and warm. Try traditional dishes like Shrimp galangal soup, yam ft kuai (banana flower salad with shrimp, kai satay (skewered chicken satay sauce) and desserts like Thaillandais flan with coconut milk and their special banana cake.
Who's Bar and Restaurant, resurrected from Curieux Spaghetti Bar, is an instant hit amongst the picky and choosy Parisians. Crystal chandeliers, compressed wooden flooring jazz up the decor of the place giving it a chic look. Be it a treat with your friends or a simple brunch, it caters to all your needs. Lavish Italian dishes are served here with a pinch of warmth and dollops of good service. Apart from the regular Italian fare like Pizzas, Pastas and Spaghetti, special home-made delights like Limoncello are also included in the extensive menu. Chups, flavored vodka shots perfectly complement the savories and your good mood. What are you waiting for? Simply drop-in at Curieux and gorge on the treats offered.
Nestled in Le Marais, this burger joint as its famous district is a gay-friendly establishment. Tata Burger with its white and pink hues and friendly service is a nice spot to make a pit stop while the historic neighborhood.
L’Étincelle is among the many cafes dotting the city and its quaint streets. While exploring the many attractions such as the Maison Europeenne de la Photographie and Saint-Paul Saint-Louis Church, it is a nice pit stop. You can also dine alfresco at their terrace.
Café Louis-Philippe is an iconic spot as it has been around since 1810. This cute cafe will charm you with its wrought-iron lanterns and vintage decor. But it is the traditional fare that will delight you even more. Savor their Beef Bourguignon, Frog Legs Provencal and Grilled Salmon. Or check out their daily specials written on the chalkboard. Complement your meal with wine. You can be sure to have a memorable dining experience at this lovely restaurant.
Parisian cafes have a charm not only to the tourists but to locals as well. Set in Le Marais, Little Café is among the many quaint cafes where you can enjoy a cuppa or a drink and do people watching. Relish their French menu which includes tasty burgers as well. A nice spot to make a pit stop during your retail therapy.