Cafe-brasserie that offers simple, traditional dishes. At 96 Rue du Commerce (Arr 15). Metro: Commerce/Felix Faure.
A restaurant that gives customers a warm welcome and provides services with a smile. Open Tuesday to Friday 10:00-00:00. At 46 Avenue La Bourdonnais (Arr 7). Metro: Ecole Militaire.
Traditional Italian cuisine, open seven days a week. Open fro brunches only on Sundays. 36 rue Raymond Losserand (Arr: 14) Metro: Pernety
Restaurant offering traditional Japanese cuisine. Open daily, from 18:00 on Sundays. 56 rue de la Sabliere (Arr 14) Metro: Pernety.
Bistrot retaining its 1900 charm, with a good traditional menu. 4 rue dAlleray (Arr 15) Metro: Vaugirard.
Christian Constant is the owner of this restaurant with a traditional menu and contemporary decor. 135 rue St. Dominique (Arr 7) Metro: Pont dAlma/Ecole Militaire.
Contemporary restaurant, attached to the Musee du quai Branly, with views of the Eiffel Tower from the terrace or under the restaurants glass ceiling. Reservations recommended. Musee du quai Branly, 27 quai Branly (Arr 7) Metro: Alma-Marceau
A brasserie with a heated terrace and a large light room where you can order a light dish or sit and have longer meal. At 129 Avenue du General Leclerc (Arr 14). Metro: Porte dOrleans.
Restaurant serving cuisine from Mauritius and Reunion. Reservations recommended. Located at 3 rue Ernest Cresson (Arr 14) Metro: Denfert Rochereau.
Gastronomic restaurant offering French cuisine prepared by chef Philippe Pentecote. Open for lunch and dinner Tuesday to Saturday. 22 rue Surcouf (Arr 7). Metro: Invalides.
Le Quai is a boathouse docked at the foot of the Orsay museum, it is a glass walled restaurant with a panoramic view of the Louvre and the Seine. At Quai de Solferino (Arr 7) Metro: Solferino/Musee dOrsay
Joel Robuchons restaurant serves his best dishes made before your eyes in this chic canteen style. Reservations only accepted for lunchtime and 18:30 sittings. 5-7 rue Montalembert (Arr 7) Metro: Rue du Bac.
A restaurant dedicated to seafood. Offers a choice of two menus. At 10 Place Constantin Brancusi (Arr 14). Metro: Gaite.
Bisto with regional french products dominating the menu.Terrace. Sports shown on large screens. 66, rue Raymond-Losserand (Arr 14) Open Daily.
Neighbourhood bistrotserving classic dishes. 84 ave de Suffren (Arr 15). Metro: La Motte-Picquet-Grenelle.
Breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner cooked to order. Located at 49 avenue Bosquet (Arr 7) Metro: Ecole Militaire.
Tucked in behind Place dItalie this local spot offers a twist on modern French cooking. At 26 rue Bobillot (Arr 13). Metro: Tolbiac/Place dItalie.
Bistro serving southwestern specialities including foie gras and duck. 129 rue Saint Dominique (Arr 7). Metro: Ecole Militaire.
Moroccan style restaurant with both a garden and terrace. Located in the Hotel Denfert Montparnasse. At 70 rue Daguerre (Arr 14) Metro: Gaite
Poetry and traditional French food. At 22:00 every night (except Sundays) actors give readings of poems by Rimbaud, Baudelaire, Aragon, Desnos and others. Closed Saturday lunchtime and Sunday. 30 rue de Bourgogne (Arr 7) Metro: Varenne.
American restaurant and cafe near St. Germain des Pres. 5 rue Perronet (Arr 7) Metro: St. Germain des Pres.
French restaurant with a good traditional menu. Reservation necessary. 2 rue Marmontel (Arr 15) Metro: Convention.
Traditional regional cuisine and specialities. Fresh fish and home-made foie gras are on offer. Modern yet traditional decor. At 65 Boulevard Pasteur (Arr 15). Metro: Pasteur.
Family-run restaurant serving traditional French cuisine. The menu changes slightly every week. At 16 ave Rapp (Arr 7) Pont dAlma.
French cuisine. 79 rue St-Dominique (Arr 7) Metro: La Tour Maubourg - Invalides.
Cafe/restaurant ideal for families serving a selection of cosmopolitan dishes. At 11 Rue Augereau (Arr 7). Metro: Ecole Militaire.
Pizzeria brasserie with large bay windows and a terrace. At 120 Avenue de France (Arr 13). Metro: Bibliotheque Francois Mitterrand.
Gourmet menus and private restaurant exclusively reserved for special events. At 54 Rue de Varenne (Arr 7). Metro: Rue du Bac/Varenne.
Traditional French restaurant with a wide range of daily specials. 9 Boulevard de Port Royal (Arr 13). Metro: Les Gobelins.
A real traditional bistrot with chef Bernard Gauzy, who studied with Claude Peyrot. 83 ave de Segur (Arr 15) Metro: Segur.
Traditional French cooking including rabbit, bar lobster and roquefort souffle. Regional products, meat from Salers, cellar and cheese trolley. 6 rue Ernest Renan (Arr 15).
Country and Western style restaurant with animated Western evenings and karaoke. Open every day. At 12 Rue de lArrivee (Arr 15). Metro: Montparnasse.
Classic small bistro serving organic wines. Open for lunch and dinner Mon-Fri, and dinner on Sat. 20 rue Rosenwald, (Arr 15) Metro:Plaisance.
Californian-style restaurant offering a new take on the traditional Parisian brasserie. 28 rue Jean Rey (Arr 15). Metro: Bir-Hakeim.
Low-key bistro serving traditional French cuisine. Open every day 12:00-22:30. 9 blvd de Port Royal (Arr 13). Metro: Les Gobelins
Restaurant that captures the atmosphere of the South with its delicious Mediterranean cooking. Terrace used in the summer. 166 bd Vincent Auriol (Arr 13) Metro: Place dItalie.
Seafood retaurant located in the Montparnasse area. The tables are decorated in marine ceramic art and local products from Brittany. Fresh ingredients daily. 108 avenue du Maine.(Arr 14). Metro: Gaite.
Small and intimate restaurant serving delicate Japanese cuisine. Closed Sunday evenings and Mondays. 99 rue Blomet (Arr 15) Metro: Vaugiraud.
RYves, a bar, lounge and restaurant in downtown Paris, welcomes you every day in a cozy and relaxing 70s atmosphere for a light refreshment or a full meal.
Restaurant with a warm decor and a covered terrace. Family atmosphere. Flexible and varied cuisine. Reservation necessary in the summer. At 30 Rue Peclet (Arr 15). Metro: Vaugirard.
Exclusive seafood restaurant located in the Ecole Militaire quarter of Paris, right down the street from UNESCO. 71, avenue de Suffren. (Arr 7) Metro: Ecole Militaire La Motte-Picquet Grenelle
Named one of the best classic French bistrots in Paris, with a wide range of dishes and a loyal set of customers. At 2 Avenue Lowendal (Arr 7). Metro: Ecole Militaire.
On the second level of the Eiffel Tower with views over Paris. Tour Eiffel-Champs de Mars (Arr 7) Metro: Bir Hakim.
Brasserie serving traditional cuisine. Contemporary decor. At 203 Rue dAlesia (Arr 14). Metro: Plaisance.
Restaurant serving classic cuisine in a pleasant ambience. 20 rue de Monttessuy (Arr 7). Metro: Pont de lAlma
Traditional French style brasserie located in the Hotel Thoumieux. Open everyday for lunch 12:00-14:30 and dinner 19:00-23:30. 79 Rue Saint-Dominique (Arr 7). Metro: La Tour-Maubourg.
Small (only eight tables) Greek restaurant. Home cooking. 22 rue Edouard Jacques (Arr: 14) Metro: Pernety
The inventive French chef Pierre Gagnaires small bistro specialises in seafood. Best to book. 44 rue du Bac (Arr 7) Metro: Rue du Bac.
Dine with Paris at your feet. Specialise in breakfasts and brunches. Open daily from 8:30 to 23:00. Tour Maine Montparnasse, 33 ave du Maine (Arr 15) Metro: Montparnasse-Bienvenue.
Award winning pizzas and fresh pasta dishes. Open every day 12:00-14:30 and 19:00-23:00. At 113 Rue Cambronne (Arr 15). Metro: Vaugirard/Volontaires.
Restaurant run as a worker’s co-operative serving traditional French cuisine. 18 rue Butte aux Cailles (Arr 13). Metro: Corvisart
Restaurant that specialises in oysters, with four locations in Paris. At 112 blvd du Montparnasse (Arr 14) Metro: Vavin
A quiet restaurant with three separate rooms available for private parties. At 12 Rue de Poitiers (Arr 7). Metro: Solferino.
Restaurant serving specialities from the south west such as foie gras and cassoulet. 41 rue Croulebarbe (Arr 13). Metro: Les Gobelins
French Bistrot with relaxed atmosphere. 49, avenue Jean-Moulin (Arr 14) Metro: Alesia. Closed saturday lunchtime, Sundays and Mondays lunchtime.
Traditional dishes in this cafe where the theme is trains and the waitresses are dressed as railroad workers. At 49 Rue Linois (Arr 15). Metro: Charles Michels.
Restaurant with a lunch menu and themed dinners. With a small private salon and a terrace. Open Moday to Friday 12:00-14:30 and19:00-22:30 and Saturday 19:00-22:30. At 15 Rue de Tolbiac (Arr 13). Metro: Bibliotheque-Francois Mitterrand.
Authentic country specialities and traditional cuisine from the East of France. Open Monday to Friday 12:00-15:00 and 19:00-22:00. At 34 Rue Chevert (Arr 7). Metro: Ecole Militaire.
Traditional French cuisine. Closed Saturdays and Sundays. At 10 rue desnouettes (Arr 15) Metro: Convention.
Menu based on seasonal ingredients. Childrens menu available. Open Monday to Saturday 12:00-15:00 and 19:00-23:00. At 83 Avenue Denfert-Rochereau (Arr 14). Metro: Denfert-Rochereau.
Small modern restaurant offering specialities from the south west of France. Open daily, except Sun and Mon lunch. 15 rue Desnouettes, (Arr 15) Metro:Convention.
The oldest Lebanese restaurant in Paris serving traditional dishes, including ones suitable for vegetarians. Open every day 10:00-14:30 and 18:00-23:00. At 5 Avenue du Maine (Arr 15). Metro: Montparnasse-Bienvenue.
Traditional French restaurant with a large terrace. Two private rooms available on the first floor. Open every day. 34bis rue des Plantes (Arr 14). Metro: Alesia.
Restaurant serving traditional French classics with a twist. Open Monday to Friday for lunch 12:00-14:30 and dinner 19:30-22:00. 9 rue Bouchut (Arr 15). Metro:
Restaurant that has been running for three generations and specialises in seafood. At 2 Rue Petel (Arr 15). Metro: Vaugirard/Commerce.
The biggest Brazilian restaurant in Paris which takes you right to the heart of a carnival in Rio. Open Tuesday to Saturday 19:30-01:00. At 36 Rue du Depart (Arr 15). Metro: Montparnasse-Bienvenue.