Brasseries and bistros are quintessential Parisian restaurants. Discover their distinctive cuisine, ideal for a group lunch or dinner at affordable prices.
Situated on the Champs Elysées, the Bistro des Champs is a typically Parisian restaurant with vintage decor remininscent of the Paris of the 1950s. It proposes hearty cuisine inspired by French classic dishes. If you are in the vicinity of the 8th arrondissement, head to Le Doobie’s for a meal. This great eatery orchestrates its menus like travel tales, where you will find perfumes from Provence, Tuscany and Asia mixed in the same cooking.
If you happen to be around the Pompidou, stop off at Sacré Frenchy! With 120 seats including 40 on the terrace, this centrally-located brasserie serves fresh products from short food supply chains as well as a selection of organic wines made in the City of Light. Not far away, in the emblematic Quartier des Halles, let yourself be tempted by the Petit Bouillon Pharamond – a place that combines tradition and modernity. Its unbeatable prices and listed Art Deco interiors make it a popular establishment for Parisians.
Finally, in the historical Saint-Germain-Des-Prés district, the brasserie Vagenende, (a 'monument' of Parisian life) welcomes you every day from midday to midnight. The chef serves up regional and market-fresh dishes in Belle Époque wood-panelled interiors with bevelled mirrors.
In the mood for delicious galettes and crepes? Go to an ELO creperie where you can enjoy a good pancake until late in the evening either on the spot or to take away! Paris also has plenty of places like the popular eatery Flunch where you can pick up a light snack.
And for groups with tight schedule and reduced budget… choose the AlloPicnic lunch boxes delivery ! The ideal option to eat directly to a point on your circuit, to major tourist sites or directly to the hotel or airports.