Famed for their fanciful dishes, unusual delicacies and oh-so-sweet accent, dining in Paris is quite the experience. While it’s best in a romantic setting (okay, we love a cliche) we also believe rules are there to be broken. Put on some red lipstick, grab your girlfriends and keep your eyes peeled for the fashion crowd at one of these hotspots...
easy-going - friends - bistro - casual
A delicious option if you feel like having typical French cuisine. Interiors are modern with traditional details, such as tiled floors and red leather benches. A true pick-me-up spot on a rainy day in Paris.
elegant - dates - bistro - intimate
An intimate bistro with a typical French interior and classic red details for that romantic date - ooh la la. Ideal both for lunch and dinner, the choice is yours.
local - friends - bistro - hip
Nestled in a small street, this neighbourhood bistro serves excellent meats and market-fresh vegetables. A plus? It’s crowded with fashionable locals, any night of the week.
luxury - friends - bistro - hip
Watch as Paris’ elites flock to this poultry house come sundown. Recommended seats are at the counter where you can watch the chef doing its magic! Only downside: it’s a bit pricey!
easy-going - friends - bistro - wine lover
Wine bar with delicious choice of desserts and cheese. Perfect for wine lovers and walking distance from the Musée du Louvre - ideal for that ‘Midnight in Paris’ stroll.
easy-going - friends - bistro - lively
Simple food and natural wines make this café a popular spot. Located close by the Sorbonne University, this ideal hangout has an all-day menu. So don’t worry, we won’t judge your eating routine..
local - friends - bistro - lively
Located in Champs-Elysèes, this is where you can find effortlessly cool locals hanging, after work and anytime during the weekend. Want to brush up on your French? Head here.
foodie - dates - bistro - cosy
Four Course marathon featuring baked dishes in a cosy French bistro. Chez Michel prides itself on being one of the top eateries according to those who visit Paris frequently. Table for two please!