=

Paris

925 expert recommended restaurants

Filters

Le Sergent Recruteur

French   0.01 miles from Hotel du Jeu de Paume 73 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Antonin Bonnet, who worked for six years at The Greenhouse in London, favors creativity thanks to rare ingredients, subtle combinations of tastes and sophisticated textures. — Gayot

Service is adroit and professional, making a faultless and memorable meal. — Time Out

On lie St Louis, this very elegant and intimate restaurant is in a 13C building. — Michelin Guide

  • 21
  • 9
  • 11

L'Ilot Vache

French   0.02 miles from Hotel du Jeu de Paume 67 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This "old-style romantic" destination on the "lovely" Ile Saint-Louis serves "well-prepared" French classics in a "warm", "charming" interior stuffed with "floral displays" and cow... — Zagat

Named for one of the Île St-Louis' previous two islands and decorated with cow statuettes, this former butcher shop flickers with candles that give its exposed stone and wooden beams a... — Lonely Planet

  • 19
  • 2

Berthillon

Cafés   0.03 miles from Hotel du Jeu de Paume 75 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Berthillon is to ice cream what ChÌ¢teau Lafite Rothschild is to wine and Valhrona is to chocolate. — Lonely Planet

Amazing ice-cream flavors! Original and delicious. — Not For Tourists

Berthillon serves some of the best ice cream in Paris, in all sorts of unusual flavours - salted butter caramel is a highlight. — Rough Guide

Parisian ice cream is served at cafés all over town, but it's worth making a pilgrimage to the mecca of artisanal crèmes glacées to understand what all the fuss is about. The family-owned... — Fodor's

The maker of the "finest" Parisian ice-cream on the Ile St-Louis needs no introduction, well-known for the "artisan" quality and variety of its ice creams and sorbets. — Zagat

  • 2
  • 57
  • 10
  • 6
  • 19

Les Fous de l'Ile

Fast Food   0.03 miles from Hotel du Jeu de Paume 66 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This plum-coloured brasserie is a popular family address with an open kitchen and a cockerel theme celebrating the French national symbol, with knickknacks throughout. Hearty fare like... — Lonely Planet

In the heart of the Ile St Louis, this neo-bistro combines good food and friendly service. It has an original decor featuring backlit wooden display shelves and a collection of chicken... — Michelin Guide

  • 2
  • 11

Le Tastevin

  0.04 miles from Hotel du Jeu de Paume 69 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

With its old-fashioned lace curtains, wood panelling and beamed ceiling, this posh old-style address in a 17th-century building smacks of charm. Its excellent cuisine is equally... — Lonely Planet

This grand old house with an opulent interior stands on the edge of the park. The restaurant cultivates a typically French ambience and an appreciation of high quality ingredients.... — Michelin Guide

  • 2
  • 11

La Charlotte de l'Isle

French   0.08 miles from Hotel du Jeu de Paume 67 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This little tea room founded in 1972 serves the most potent hot chocolate in town, with a little pot of milk to thin its near-solid consistency. The rustic cakes are also delicious,... — DK Eyewitness

Welcome to this enchocolated world. — Not For Tourists

Sip tea (or lusciously thick hot chocolate) and sample tasty cakes at this atmospheric salon — Fodor's

  • 17
  • 57
  • 6

Mon Vieil Ami

French   0.08 miles from Hotel du Jeu de Paume 76 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

"Modern Alsatian" might sound like an oxymoron, but once you've tasted the food here, you'll understand... The quality of the food never falters, and the portions are quite generous. — Fodor's

Antoine Westermann from the Buerehiesel in Strasbourg has created a true foodie destination here. — Time Out

Owned by top Alsatian chef Antoine Westermann, this charming little bistrot serves bold, zesty cuisine. — Rough Guide

Alsatian chef Antoine Westermann is the creative talent behind this sleek black neobistro where guests are treated like old friends (hence the name) and vegetables get royal treatment. — Lonely Planet

This fabulous, minimalist dining room is not vegetarian, but vegetables take pride of place on the inventive menu. — DK Eyewitness

Le Saint Regis

  0.13 miles from Hotel du Jeu de Paume 68 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Wondering where locals take their coffee on touristy Ile St-Louis? Try this old-timer (cheerier now after an extensive reno). — Fodor's

Waiters in long white aprons, a white ceramic-tiled interior and retro vintage decor make hip Le Saint Régis (as regulars call it) a deliciously Parisian hang-out any time of day – from... — Lonely Planet

  • 6
  • 2

Brasserie de l'Isle Saint Louis

French   0.14 miles from Hotel du Jeu de Paume 76 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Lively brasserie with a beautiful terrace overlooking Notre-Dame. A good place to watch the sun set over the Seine. . — Insight Guides

Owned by the same family for three generations, this lovely, old-fashioned brasserie serves healthy portions of classic Alsatian dishes, like choucroute garni. — Frommer's

It remains exactly what a decent neighborhood brasserie should be, with an authentic decor, efficiently friendly service, and good brassiere fare. — Fodor's

Try the typical Sauerkraut with Alsace wine. — Not For Tourists

Founded in 1870, this riverside brasserie enjoys a spectacular location on the Seine just across the footbridge (prime busking spot) between Île de St-Louis and Île de la Cité. — Lonely Planet

La Rotisserie d'Argent

French   0.16 miles from Hotel du Jeu de Paume 68 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Facing the Seine and owned by Claude Terrail of the Tour d’Argent next door, the restaurant has a large rôtisserie for roasting poultry and meats. Many of the meats and cheeses are... — DK Eyewitness

La Rôtisserie Restaurant Review: André Terrail of La Tour d'Argent (across the road) owns this Lyonnais-style bistro, a nice little place to spend a lively evening with friends over... — Gayot

  • 17
  • 21

Tour d'Argent

French   0.17 miles from Hotel du Jeu de Paume 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

In the kitchen, Breton-born Stéphane Haissant has brought a welcome creative touch to the menu, bringing in unique dishes such as a giant langoustine dabbed with kumquat purée. — Time Out

The menu is still composed of the celebrated specialties of this well-established institution, such as pike dumplings and canard au sang. — Gayot

La Tour d'Argent has had a rocky time in recent years with the death of owner Claude Terrail, but chef Laurent Delarbre has found his footing, and there's no denying the splendor of the setting overlooking the Seine. — Fodor's

Established in 1582, the Tour appears to be eternal. Owner André Terrail has hired young chefs who have rejuvenated the classic menu. — DK Eyewitness

"What history, what a location, what a view, what they do with a duck" sigh fans of this "stately and elegant" Haute Cuisine "landmark." — Zagat

La Cafeotheque

Cafés   0.17 miles from Hotel du Jeu de Paume 71 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Homey coffeeshop, often touted for serving the best brew in Paris, is the brainchild of Gloria Montenegro de Chirouze, former Guatemalan ambassador to France. — BlackBook

Paris's first and most famous coffee bar, La Caféothèque is where the city's initial wave of baristas came to worship and train. — Fodor's

The Caféothèque is where the coffee revolution in Paris first kicked off seven years ago. They stock and roast coffee from 23 different countries. — Time Out

  • 22
  • 6
  • 9

Chez Rene

Fast Food   0.18 miles from Hotel du Jeu de Paume 73 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Located next to the Tour d’Argent, Chez Rene is a quintessential Parisian bistrot complete with white cotton tablecloths, worn mosaic flooring, leather banquettes and welcoming staff. — Time Out

The president Francois Mitterand had the habit of taking his daughter, Mazarine, to lunch in this characteristic bistro on the banks of the Seine. — Gayot

Chez Rene, near the Sorbonne, Pont Marie, and Ile St. Louis, is a popular bistro for the rich and powerful; President Mitterand used to frequently dine with his daughter here. — Travel + Leisure

Old regulars keep coming back, including the former owners, who live upstairs. — Fodor's

Proud owner of one of blvd St-Germain’s busiest pavement terraces, Chez René has been an institution since the 1950s. — Lonely Planet

  • 9
  • 21
  • 12
  • 6
  • 2

L'Atlas

Fast Food   0.18 miles from Hotel du Jeu de Paume 72 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Everyone knows that in Morocco the kitchen is the woman's domain, but Benjamin Eljaziri is above all a professional. — Gayot

"Terrific tagines" and "correct couscous" are on the "authentic" menu at this long-standing Latin Quarter Moroccan. — Zagat

Despite a few Art Deco details, the decor at L'Atlas is functional rather than classic. — Rough Guide

  • 21
  • 19
  • 10

Bel Canto

French   0.2 miles from Hotel du Jeu de Paume 66 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

If London, New York and even Budapest can have one – a restaurant where the waiters sing (arias) for their supper – why can’t Paris have one too? So if you fancy Rossini with your roast,... — Lonely Planet

A large choice of wines while you listen to opera — Not For Tourists

  • 2
  • 57

l' Ebouillante

French   0.21 miles from Hotel du Jeu de Paume 69 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

In nice weather, this two-storey cafe spills onto a picturesque, cobbled street behind the church of St- Gervais. You can choose from an extensive choice of drinks, from home-made hot... — Rough Guide

Drink a tea or try a pastry in a medieval spirit. — Not For Tourists

Sitting outside on the cobbled terrace of this brightly-painted café, it feels more like being in Provence than the heart of Paris. Yet on one side of this quiet pedestrian square is the... — Time Out

  • 10
  • 57
  • 9

Itineraires

French   0.21 miles from Hotel du Jeu de Paume 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The seasonal menu features lots of organic ingredients and might include a lamb confit with sweet spices and cauliflower couscous. — Frommer's

Sendra's cooking... is as inspired as ever. Menu highlights include a tart of foie gras, duck confit, and nutmeg; cod poached in a vegetable and sage bouillon; and a deconstructed lemon tart with a touch of celery. — Fodor's

Chef Sylvain Sendra had a hard act to follow when he opened this modern bistro in 2008: his own success with his first restaurant Le Temps au Temps near the Bastille. — DK Eyewitness

A brand-new address from the duo that made Le Temps au Temps a critical darling. — BlackBook

Chef Sylvain Sendra played to a full house every night at his little bistro Le Temps au Temps near the Bastille before moving to this larger space near Notre Dame. — Time Out

L'AOC

French   0.23 miles from Hotel du Jeu de Paume 69 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

‘Bistrot carnivore’ is the strapline of this ingenious restaurant concocted around France’s most respected culinary products. The concept is Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée (AOC), the... — Lonely Planet

Definitely an address for carnivores! All the meat served here is 'appellation d'origine controlee' (AOC) and matured by the owner personally. The grill at the entrance sets the tone with... — Michelin Guide

First sight upon entering: roasted meats turning tricks on a spit and dripping hot juice into the potato pan. Immediate orgasm. Move into the grandmotherly dining room to appreciate the... — BlackBook

  • 2
  • 11
  • 22

Le Zyriab by Noura

  0.23 miles from Hotel du Jeu de Paume 69 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This café with an outdoor terrace on the top floor of the Institut du Monde Arabe has a fantastic view — Fodor's

Le Zyriab Restaurant Review: Lebanese mezes (Middle Eastern appetizers), Moroccan briouates (small, sweet or savory phyllo pastry triangles), roasted lamb or mechoui, Fassi (from Fes)... — Gayot

The rooftop of the Jean Nouvel-designed Institut du Monde Arabe is the site of three eateries, all run by Noura, the city's best-known Lebanese traiteur: an outdoor terrace that serves... — Condé Nast Traveler

  • 6
  • 21
  • 8

Le Petit Pontoise

French   0.23 miles from Hotel du Jeu de Paume 70 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Sit down at a wooden table behind the lace curtains hiding you from the world and indulge in fantastic old-fashioned classics like rognons de veau à l’ancienne. — Lonely Planet

Popular neighborhood venue. Inventive use of herbs and spices: pan-fried quail with honey, dried fruits and nuts, and prawns Provençal. — DK Eyewitness

This relaxed, young bistrot is as authentically Parisian as you can get this close to the river. — Rough Guide

"Everything one dreams about" in a "Parisian bistro" is reality at this "warm" and "welcoming" Latin Quarter "neighborhood" place serving "spectacular" French "comfort food." — Zagat

  • 2
  • 17
  • 10
  • 19
Back to Search Results

Filters

 

or use your email address:

Register Login

Already have an account?

Log in →
Forgot password?

Don't have an account yet?

Register →