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11 expert recommendations
Local bargain-hunters and tourists (it’s in every guide) come for grandmotherly classics like rabbit in a pot.
Frédéric Hubig-Schall is the eleventh arrondissement's restaurant pioneer: his redo of this 50s bistro put the area on the food map. Full review →Have the Foie Gras Royale if it's on the menu.
Quality here is among the best for the price in Paris, and the dining rooms are always full in this hugely popular bistro.
There are three good reasons to go to Astier: the generous cheese platter, the exceptional wine cellar, and the French bistro fare. Full review →
Open since 1956, old-fashioned Astier has managed to avoid becoming a relic thanks to thoughtful preparations of classics like wild boar terrine. Full review →
The decor and the cuisine draw as many locals as tourists --- basically anyone who is fond of "plats canaille" and the classics. Full review →
A relaxed atmosphere prevails in this lively traditional bistro. There is a wide choice of wines that are unusually categorised: thirsty wines, thinking wines... Full review →
Traditional food and friendly place. For neighboors. Full review →
You just have to look at the regulars’ crimson faces to know you’re onto a good thing at Astier. Full review →
Three-course menus, which change every few months, feature French favorites such as foie gras with pressed leeks. Full review →
"Extraordinary" meal-ending cheese platter; "warm" service and a "movie-set" Parisian ambiance (think "checked tablecloths") make up for being packed "too close together". Full review →