Paris, Part 2: Restaurants not to miss

After the Sweet Parisian Cafés, here are some restaurants -with awesome food- where you should check-in when in Paris.

Note: Risk of heavy drooling😉.

Le Relais De Venise (L’Entrecôte) 

THE one and only!! Do not confuse it with the Entrecôte restaurants on the Champs-Elysées. This one is on 271 Boulevard Pereire, Porte-Maillot (Metro Porte-Maillot). This is where you’ll have the most amazing entrecôte, in addition to the 2 other locations in London and New York. You can read all about it here

This is what you get. Twice. With free refill of french fries. It is amazing.
Sauce recipe is kept secret.

Chez Gladines

For hearty, authentic French-Basque and southwest dishes.
PS. Not suitable for romantic têtes-à-têtes. 

30 Rue des Cinq Diamants, 75013. Metro Place d'Italie or Corvisart.

Enormous mixed salads served in giant metal bowls and generous portions at reasonable prices.

Pub Saint-Germain

It’s a huge pub yes, but food is amazing there.
17 Rue de l’Ancienne Comédie, 75006. Metro Odéon.

Penne avec fois gras et magret de canard. Delicious!

Try the Risotto as well!

Flam’s

For the flammekueche à gogo menus.
They have 5 addresses in Paris. I went to the one in Montparnasse.
Metro: Montparnasse Bienvenue (sortie 2).

Go with an empty stomach!

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3 Responses to Paris, Part 2: Restaurants not to miss

  1. Pingback: Paris, Part 3: My “coup de coeur” desserts | Countless Little Things

  2. Sahar says:

    Yum brought back memories! I went to that Entrecote last year, it was freezing outside we had to wait for over an hour in the cold!But totally worth it! Thank you for sharing😉

  3. Pingback: Paris: My “coup de coeur” desserts, 2013 edition | Countless Little Things

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