France is renowned all over the world for its delicious food. It’s the country that has trained most of the top chefs and inspired many of the contemporary recipes. Here are some of the best classic bistros in Paris, spotted by DATS on Paris by Mouth’s website.
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 laidback must try bistro!
A little bistro with a typical French look and classic red details all over the place. Perfect both for lunch and dinner.
LE GRAND PAN
Nestled in a small street, this neighborhood bistro serves excellent meats and market-fresh vegetables. A plus? It’s crowded with locals!
LE COQ RICO
Specialized in poultry, this really cool restaurant is all about birds! Recommended seats are at the counter where you can watch the chef doing its magic! Only downside: it’s a bit pricey!
Wine bar with delicious choice of desserts and cheese, perfect for wine lovers and walking distance from the Musée du Louvre.
RESTAURANT JOSEPHINE CHEZ DUMONET
“Bring your appetite and wallet to Josephine Chez Dumonet, a perennial favorite for old-fashioned dishes like boeuf bourguignon, duck confit and gigot d’agneau. It’s the French bistro you’ve always imagined.”(PARIS BY MOUTH)
CAFE' DE LA NOUVELLE MAIRIE
Simple food and natural wines make this café a popular spot. Located close by the Sorbonne University, it’s open all day long!
Located in Champs-Elysèes, this is where you can find mostly French customers hanging around. Local tastes and an excellent wine list to choose from.
-“Retro-chic atmosphere, delicious seasonal dishes and convenient prices. Need we say else on this spot nestled in Pigalle neighborhood?” (PARIS BY MOUTH)
Four Course marathon featuring baked dishes in a cozy French bistro, one of the tops according to several Paris travellers.