Food & Dining

Food & Dining

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19 Rue Lucien Sampaix, 75010 Paris, France
+33 (0) 9 73 60 13 64+33 (0) 9 73 60 13 64

Metro: Jacques Bonsergent (line 5)

Holybelly is owned and operated by Sarah Mouchot and Nico Alary, who together create a new menu every month – a mix of classic French and Western comfort food, based on what products are in season. Their staple: Sunday breakfast.

8 Rue Meissonier, 75017 Paris, France
+33 (0)1 47 63 15 07+33 (0)1 47 63 15 07

Metro: Wagram (line 3)

A true family-run restaurant, loved by the locals and off the beaten path in the 17th arrondissement. Here you will find authentic southwestern French dishes such as foie gras, or duck and bean cassoulet.

On top of the typical fare and relaxed atmosphere, you will love their boutique at the entrance of the restaurant for something, including bottles of fine Armagnac, to take-away.

157 Avenue de Flandre, 75019 Paris, France
+33(0) 1 44 89 88 88+33(0) 1 44 89 88 88

Metro: Corentin Cariou (line 7)
A large, banquet hall-style restaurant offering a wide range of traditional Chinese dishes, from classic seafood and meat courses to gastronomic specialities like abalone and sea cucumber, as well as some Thai and Japanese dishes.

 

131 Rue Michel-Ange, 75016 Paris, France
+33(0)1 46 51 46 68+33(0)1 46 51 46 68

Metro: Porte de St Cloud

Known for its crispy Peking Duck served over several courses, the Palais du Bonheur serves up typical grilled and steamed Chinese dishes — all for a reasonable price, with a welcoming smile! Our faves: Peking duck of course, salt and pepper shrimp, ma po tofu, braised eggplant and hot and sour soup!

14 Rue Ternaux, 75011 Paris, France
+33 (0)1 43 55 07 30+33 (0)1 43 55 07 30

Metro: Parmentier (line 3), Oberkampf (lines 5 and 9)

Another hip and must-visit gluten free bakery in the 11th arrondissement of Paris. Their pastries are to die for and you just have to try their famous rectangular bread!

Read full review here of gluten-free bakeries in Paris by INSPIRELLE contributor Chloe Martin.

226 Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris, France
+33 (0)1 42 60 82 00+33 (0)1 42 60 82 00

Metro: Concorde or Tuileries (line 1)

For over a century, Angelina’s has built a reputation as a place of sophistication and indulgence. Its renowned African hot chocolate is so thick that you almost feel like you’re digging into a bowl of soup. It’s made from three types of African chocolate from Nigeria, Ghana and the Ivory Coast and is made especially for Angelina’s.  It is a beautiful place where the likes of Proust and Coco Chanel frequented. While you’re there, be sure to try the Mont Blanc, Angelina’s trademark pastry since 1903!

Read The Hot Chocolate Challenge for other great spots to satisfy your chocolate craving.

Other Angelina locations on website.

 

10 Avenue d'Iéna, 75116 Paris, France
+ 33(0)1 53 67 19 92+ 33(0)1 53 67 19 92

Metro: Iéna (line 9)

The first Chinese restaurant to be awarded a Michelin star in France, this is the place to splurge on special occasions when you want to treat yourself to fine, Cantonese cuisine in a refined, elegant setting. Chef’s recommendations include: BBQ Iberian pork with honey, sautéed sole filet with XO sauce and Lobster prepared any one of eight ways. Thinking of their Peking Duck has us drooling, and we love their dim sum lunch, with two set menus for 52€ or 72€. Savor. Every. Morsel.

16 Passage des Panoramas, 75002 Paris, France

Metro: Grands Boulevards (lines 8 and 9)

This restaurant and épicerie (grocery) offers a unique and tasty experience for those gluten-intolerant, yet discerning gourmets. Some of their dishes are also lactose-free and/or vegetarian.

Read full review here of gluten-free bakeries in Paris by INSPIRELLE contributor Chloe Martin.

59 Rue Saint-André des Arts, 75006 Paris, France
+33 (0)1 46 34 15 95+33 (0)1 46 34 15 95

Metro: Odéon (lines 4 & 10)

La Jacobine is a tiny cafe tucked away in the Passage des Arts. Their Aztec hot chocolate is absolutely to-die-for – it’s unbelievably smooth, not too rich and just sweet enough! You can order it plain, with whipped cream, or with a ball of vanilla ice cream.

Read The Hot Chocolate Challenge for other great spots to satisfy your chocolate cravings.

6 Rue Bois le Vent, 75016 Paris, France
+33 (0) 1 42 88 12 18+33 (0) 1 42 88 12 18

Metro: La Muette (Line 9)

An elegant Chinese restaurant hidden on a small street near the busy rue de Passy. We love their crispy Peking duck lunch (98€ for 2 people), which features a yummy variety of dim sum, half a crispy duck per person, served 3 ways, rice, and dessert. And, unlike most other restaurants, there’s no need to order the duck in advance!

20 Rue de la Pierre Levée, 75011 Paris, France
+33 (0)1 48 06 33 02+33 (0)1 48 06 33 02

Metro: Goncourt (line 11), République (lines 3,5,8,9,11)

Soya is a BIO Cantine that offers a great selection of vegetarian, vegan and gluten free food.

Read full review here of gluten-free bakeries in Paris by INSPIRELLE contributor Chloe Martin.

83 Rue d'Alésia, 75014 Paris, France
+33 (0) 1 44 61 13 52+33 (0) 1 44 61 13 52

Metro: Alésia (line 4)

This chocolate shop has got that extra special something. Chloé Doutre-Roussel is extremely passionate about chocolate, offering not only delicious hot chocolate but also chocolate tours and chocolate tasting lessons! Her hot chocolate is from Bolivia and is melted in hot milk before sugar is added. It is 85% pure elixir that is one of the most refined hot chocolates I’ve ever tasted. Since Chloé’s is such a unique place, appointments must be made before you can taste her one of a kind hot chocolate.

Read The Hot Chocolate Challenge for other great spots to satisfy your chocolate craving.

92 Rue Nollet, 75017 Paris, France

Metro: Brochant or La Fourche (line 13)

Learn French cuisine in a cooking workshop, Les Secrets Gourmands de Noémie. Noémie Fournier has been passionate about food ever since her grandparents invited her to her first gourmet restaurant at the impressionable age of 12. After graduating from the reputable Lenôtre Cooking School in Paris, Noémie opened up her kitchen, where she offers French pastry classes and cooking workshops in English, and visits to a quintessential French market to learn how to select the best seasonal produce. Classes and workshops are available to both novices and connoisseurs, and perfect to do in groups of two or more!

100 Avenue des Champs-Élysées, 75008 Paris, France

Craving crumpets and scones, beer-battered fish and chips or Chicken Tikka Massala to take home? M&S now has 6 Food Halls in and around Paris to satisfy your British food cravings! After all the shopping, in some locations, you can enjoy a sample of the takeaway foods in their café/restaurant.

51 Rue des Martyrs, 75009 Paris, France
+33 (0)1 48 74 89 73+33 (0)1 48 74 89 73

Metro: Pigalle (line 2), St-Georges (line 12)

Café Marlette is an adorable, quirky place where you can find homemade BIO food, gluten free cakes and delicious coffee. They also do incredible BIO breakfasts, brunches and lunches as well as snacks for l’heure du goûter

Read full review here of gluten-free bakeries in Paris by INSPIRELLE contributor Chloe Martin.

4 Cours du Commerce Saint-André, 75006 Paris, France
+33 (0)1 56 81 18 18+33 (0)1 56 81 18 18

Metro: Odéon (lines 4 & 10)

Located in the same gorgeous passageway as La Jacobine, Un Dimanche à Paris (A Sunday in Paris) is well-known for its luxury hot chocolate. Chocoholics will love its concept store dedicated entirely to chocolate! The concept includes; a boutique, a chocolate bar, a restaurant, a chocolate salon, a chocolate lounge AND cooking and baking classes.

You can pop in anytime between 3pm and 6pm to grab a hot chocolate and warm up in their cosy and delightful tearoom. Their luxury hot chocolate includes a dash of cream and is flavored with vanilla and cinnamon. It’s a little on the pricey side but it’s definitely worth it. 

Read The Hot Chocolate Challenge for other great spots to satisfy your chocolate craving.

1 Rue du Milieu, 27620 Giverny, France
+33 (0)2 32 54 26 35+33 (0)2 32 54 26 35

If you’re passing through Giverny, Le Jardin des Plumes is a boutique hotel featuring Art Deco and contemporary furnishings as well as a Michelin-starred restaurant. Less than an hour from Paris, this is the ideal place to relax in any season. With a very welcoming, young team at the reception, you’ll feel like a special guest every time.

38 Rue de Sèvres, 75007 Paris, France
+33 1 44 39 81 00+33 1 44 39 81 00
Metro: Sevres Babylone (lines 10 & 12)
Boasting 3000 m2 of space and over 30,000 products, this is a gourmet international food shopping experience. Part of the illustrious Bon Marché department store, it features fresh produce, a wide selection of globally sourced groceries, wine, a section of fresh prepared foods to take away if you don’t have time to cook, a bakery, and catering (traiteur) service for parties of all sizes. Valet parking and underground parking available at the Bon Marché.
(Note: For those who live on the Rive Droite, you’ll be happy to know that a new Grande Epicerie is scheduled to open in Fall 2017 on rue de Passy in the 16th arrondissement.)

 

4 Rue Princesse, 75006 Paris, France
7 Rue Gustave Courbet, 75116 Paris, France
46 Rue de Sablonville, 92200 Neuilly-sur-Seine, France

Once known as the original American diner in Paris, Coffee Parisien now boasts 3 restaurants, with talk of a fourth opening! Count on American staples like eggs benedict, bagels with cream cheese and lox or French toast with grapefruit. For a French touch, enjoy a big cup of café au lait.

FIND MORE brunch recommendations in our: “15 Best Weekend Brunches in and Around Paris” article!

12 Rue des Capucines, 75002 Paris, France
+33 (0)1 40 07 36 36+33 (0)1 40 07 36 36

Metro: Opéra (lines 3, 7 & 8)

Just a few meters away from the beautiful Opéra Garnier, the Grand Hotel serves a delicious hot chocolate in its adjoining restaurant and bar, Café de la Paix. You can ask for the chocolate to be fort en goût (very strong) or touché delicate (delicate touch) depending on your preference. Hot chocolate is served all day and even late into the evening, so it’s perfect for that late night craving. It’s another pricey venue but the place itself is stunning and the hot chocolate is wonderful.

Read The Hot Chocolate Challenge for other great spots to satisfy your chocolate craving.

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