Restaurants: Southern Paris (7th, 13th, 14th & 15th)
Traditional French cuisine. Closed Saturdays and Sundays. At 10 rue desnouettes (Arr 15) Metro: Convention.
French Bistrot with relaxed atmosphere. 49, avenue Jean-Moulin (Arr 14) Metro: Alesia. Closed saturday lunchtime, Sundays and Mondays lunchtime.
Pizzeria brasserie with large bay windows and a terrace. At 120 Avenue de France (Arr 13). Metro: Bibliotheque Francois Mitterrand.
Neighbourhood bistrotserving classic dishes. 84 ave de Suffren (Arr 15). Metro: La Motte-Picquet-Grenelle.
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.
Small (only eight tables) Greek restaurant. Home cooking. 22 rue Edouard Jacques (Arr: 14) Metro: Pernety
Restaurant serving cuisine from Mauritius and Reunion. Reservations recommended. Located at 3 rue Ernest Cresson (Arr 14) Metro: Denfert Rochereau.
Brasserie serving traditional cuisine. Contemporary decor. At 203 Rue dAlesia (Arr 14). Metro: Plaisance.
Bistrot retaining its 1900 charm, with a good traditional menu. 4 rue dAlleray (Arr 15) Metro: Vaugirard.
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.
Ellis Island Cafe
American restaurant and cafe near St. Germain des Pres. 5 rue Perronet (Arr 7) Metro: St. Germain des Pres.
Small and intimate restaurant serving delicate Japanese cuisine. Closed Sunday evenings and Mondays. 99 rue Blomet (Arr 15) Metro: Vaugiraud.
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.
A La Tour Eiffel
Cafe-brasserie that offers simple, traditional dishes. At 96 Rue du Commerce (Arr 15). Metro: Commerce/Felix Faure.
La Table de Marc Labourel
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).
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.
A quiet restaurant with three separate rooms available for private parties. At 12 Rue de Poitiers (Arr 7). Metro: Solferino.
Vin sur Vin
Restaurant serving classic cuisine in a pleasant ambience. 20 rue de Monttessuy (Arr 7). Metro: Pont de lAlma
French cuisine. 79 rue St-Dominique (Arr 7) Metro: La Tour Maubourg - Invalides.
Le Temps Cerises
Restaurant run as a worker’s co-operative serving traditional French cuisine. 18 rue Butte aux Cailles (Arr 13). Metro: Corvisart
Ciel et Sable
Restaurant offering traditional Japanese cuisine. Open daily, from 18:00 on Sundays. 56 rue de la Sabliere (Arr 14) Metro: Pernety.
Le Grand Pan
Classic small bistro serving organic wines. Open for lunch and dinner Mon-Fri, and dinner on Sat. 20 rue Rosenwald, (Arr 15) Metro:Plaisance.
A real traditional bistrot with chef Bernard Gauzy, who studied with Claude Peyrot. 83 ave de Segur (Arr 15) Metro: Segur.
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.