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A secret blown by every food writer in the past year, Le Baratin’s location still keeps tourists away.
"The lovely veal brains with lemon butter sauce, chives, and soft baby potatoes are simple and perfect." —Dominique Ansel. Full review →
The haunt of top Paris chefs such as pastry maestro Pierre Hermé, this wine bar-bistro focusing on small producers is worth the hike to the top of Belleville.
The key to its success is the combination of inventive yet comforting cooking... and a lovingly selected list of organic and natural wines from small producers. Full review →
Argentina-born Chef Raquel Carena has created a neighborhood institution with Le Baratin, serving her imaginative bistro fare to both locals and foodies. Full review →
Offers some of the best (and very affordable) French food in the 20e. Full review →
A Cult wine bar specialized in bio and natural wines from Loire, Bourgogne and Rhône. Full review →
At first glance there's little to distinguish Le Baratin from any other local bistrot à vins: the chalkboard menu, tiled floor and black-and-white photos are all in place.
Star pastry chef Pierre Hermé visits this cheerful little bistro and wine bar high up in Belleville at least every two weeks to fill up on Raquel Carena's homely cooking. Full review →
In his book Hungry for Paris, Alexander Lobrano says “this is the type of place that Parisians guardedly share with friends.” Full review →
"Wonderful" "home cooking" at an "awesome price", matched with an "audacious selection of natural wines", is on the menu at this "unpretentious" Belleville bistrot à vins; the... Full review →
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