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FRENCHIE RESTAURANT 
5 Rue du Nil - 75002 Paris
01 40 39 96 19
Open Monday to Saturday 12-2.30pm and 8-11pm for dinner
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PIERE HERME
Chocolate aficionados will find an incomparable selection of chocolate cakes, pastries and macaroons at Pierre Hermé. Try ‘Death by Chocolate’ or pralines with caramelized sesame seeds. Heaven!
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LADUREE 
Paris’ grand cafe with a jaw-dropping collection of the famous delicious Parisian macaroons in an exquisite Belle-Epoque setting. Our tip: Don’t expect good service from wait-staff just enjoy the ambience and sweetness! Four locations in Paris www.laduree.frhttp://www.laduree.frshapeimage_23_link_0
BUDDHA BAR
    8 Rue Boissy d’Anglais M. Concorde - 75008 Paris
    01 53 05 90 00
    Open Monday to Saturday 12-2.30pm and 8-11pm for dinner
    www.buddha-bar.com. 
You might think it's the huge Buddha that attracts the oh-so-trendy set here, but there's more to it than that. A popular haunt with drinkers and diners alike, it's easy to sit for hours here over cocktails or with a dish from their well-balanced international menu while the best DJs distill their musical selections to infuse your evening with exotic beats.http://www.frenchie-restaurant.comshapeimage_24_link_0

CAFE DE FLORE
 Extremely touristy but still a must-do! Tables still snuggly wrap around the corner and they serve traditional favourites. Tip: order one of the excellent French wines or simply sit back over a coffee or 2 or 3 and watch the street traffic.  www.cafedeflore.fr
172, blvd st-Germain - 75006 Paris
01 45 48 55 26
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LE DEUX MAGOTS 
This is a legendary hangout for sophisticated residents who claim it in the off season and a tourist favourite in summer. You can order salads, pastries, ice cream and one of the daily specials. www.lesdeuxmagots.fr 
 6 place St-Germain-des-Pres - 75006 Paris
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BRASSERIE LIPP 
Another of the 3 most famous cafes in  st Germain Brasserie Lipp is a favourite haunt for the intelligent minds with it’s clientele that includes Hollywood stars, artists and has an interesting melange of French cuisine.  
www.ila-chateau.com/lipp 
151Bld. St Germain - 75006 Paris
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LE COMPTOIR DU RELAIS    
55 Carrefour de l’Odeon - 75006 Paris
    01 44 27 07 97
    www.hotel-paris-relais-saint-germain.com 
Do not miss in the heart of Left Bank Paris, the Le Comptoir du Relais. This restaurant is a brasserie by day and a gastro restaurant by night. By night time there is one menu that changes daily. There are no choices and we like that; so pleasant not to have to choose between equally delicious dishes. The style is delectable and enthusiastic, with a little twist to keep things interesting. The Cremeux of celery, foie gras and truffles, marinated Coquilles St Jacques with cream of caviar and Fricasées of calf rice are all delicious. Or for lunch the Salad Nicoise is divine! The best we’ve tried in Paris.
Service staff is near perfect though no english speakers in here, chart of wines are interesting and decoration is typically French bistro with Art Deco details and a little terrace which is very pleasant.  Advice: Better to book as it’s always crowed.http://www.hotel-paris-relais-saint-germain.comshapeimage_28_link_0
SACHA FINKISZTAJN 
:ocated on Rue des Rosiers, Paris’ Jewish neighbourhood, you will find that people line up for a falafel or pick up the signature sandwiches at this renowned bakery. The bakery has been family owned and operated since 1946 and Sacha, the current owner, still whips up recipes passed down from his grandparents (the original founders of the bakery) and once you’ve had a Finkelsztajn sandwich, there’s no going back. It also provides a welcome break from traditional, buttery French fare.











    

 
The sandwich is a heavenly combination of lean spiced beef (or turkey), a layer of smoky (but not too smoky) eggplant 
spread, another layer of spicy (but not crazy spicy) red chili 
paste, thinly sliced pickles, cucumbers, and tomatoes, all 
layered on a soft onion roll. They don’t come cheap—they’re 
7.80€ a pop. In addition, the bakery has a bunch of traditional Jewish desserts—like a particularly fluffy looking cheesecake.
    
ADDRESS: 27 Rue des Rosiers, 4th arrondissement. 
TEL: 01 42 72  78 91
OPEN: Wed-Mon 10am - 7pm. Closed Tuesday.
LES OMBRES
Enjoying dinner with a view of the Eiffel Tower. Food is decent though not the reason to come. On the rooftop of the Musée du Quai Branly, the restaurant's glass latticework ceiling makes the most of its tall neighbour by enabling diners to feast their eyes on the tower in its gorgeous entirety while dining on French classics. The view is at its most magical at night, when the tower glows ethereally and bursts into a glamorous sparkle every hour. At dinner, main courses start at about 25€. 
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BISTROT DU PEINTRE
Like something out of a typical French film this is the quintessential Parisian Bistro. An old-school establishment that offer exquisite traditional cuisine in pretension-free (and mostly tourist-free) setting. In a two-story Art Nouveau eatery since 1902 iIt’s located in the 11th, a short walk from the Bastille and the Marais'. Its a case of tradition trumps trendiness. Reasonably priced too! Click here to go to the website
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MON ONCLE LE VIGNERON
This restaurant is a wine store, that looks like someone’s kitchen? Tucked away in the 19th the owners have turned their home/wine store into a home/restaurant. Bottles of wine and jars of honey line the walls, tables are simple (often only two set at a time) and if you don’t book ahead, they won’t have enough food for you.  As the chef prepares the meal, her husband handles the 100% organic wine (made by his cousin in Germany). Ingredients are bought fresh every day and each meal is a surprise. Address: 2 Rue Pradier, 75019 Paris, France
TOP 5 SWEET SPOTS - By David Lebovitz

Patrick Roger - for honey filled chocolate, made with honey from his hives www.patrickroger.com

Jean-Charles Rochoux - for the chocolates filled with liquid Carteuse www.jcrochoux.fr

La Maison du Chocolat for Rigoletto Noir - for chocolate-enrobed rectanges of caramelised butter mousse www.lamaisonduchocolat.com

Eric Kayser - for chocolate financiers www.maison-kayser.com

A L'Etoile d'Or - for Bernachon Kalouga bars; dark-sweet tabelts of chocolate filled with gooey salted butter caramel. www.bernachon.comhttp://www.patrickroger.com/http://www.jcrochoux.fr/http://www.lamaisonduchocolat.com/http://www.maison-kayser.com/http://www.maison-kayser.com/http://www.bernachon.com/shapeimage_33_link_0shapeimage_33_link_1shapeimage_33_link_2shapeimage_33_link_3shapeimage_33_link_4shapeimage_33_link_5
BEST COFFEE SPOTS IN PARIS

La Caféothèque - 52, rue de l’Hôtel-de-Ville, 75004 Telephone: 01 53 01 83 84, Metro: Pont Marie or Hotel de Ville 

Ten Belles - 10 rue de la Grange aux Belles, 75010 

Kooka  Boora
62, rue des Martyrs 75009 Telephone : 01 56 92 12 41, Metro : Pigalle, Notre-Dame-de-Lorette or Anvers

 Coutume Café - 47, Rue de Babylone 75007 Telephone: 01 45 51 50 47, Metro: Sevres Bablyone

Telescope - 5 rue Villedo 75002http://www.lacafeotheque.com/http://www.facebook.com/pages/Kooka-Boora-Caf%C3%A9-Shop-Paris/147081261997852http://coutumecafe.com/shapeimage_35_link_0shapeimage_35_link_1shapeimage_35_link_2
LES PHILOSOPHES
A popular 'typical' Marais cafe which serves good, solid food with a versatile menu of salads, sandwiches, eggs and omelets, breakfast, and main courses. Smack in the heart of the Marais, it's a mix of Parisians and tourists and terrific for people watching with its long outdoor cafe. Try their specialty dessert - the espresso cake!












28 Rue Vieille du Temple,75004 
Open 7 days 9AM to 2AM 
Metro: St. Paul or Hotel de Ville
MUSEE DU VIN
Enjoy lunch in the vaulted cellars of this museum dating back to XV century! A beautiful romantic setting with delicious food and wine of course/ Free entry into the musee if you have lunch here! Wine Tasting Classes are also offered!












5/7 Square Charles Dickens
Rue des Eaux 75016
info@museeduvininparis.com  
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ANGELINA’S
Find the best Hot Chocolate in Paris here as well as a range of indulgent chocolate desserts. Located on the Rue Rivoli across from the Tuileries Garden you can buy a Hot Chocolate to go and enjoy sipping it as you stroll through the gardens or along the seine.
LA SANCERRE
An old-fashioned wine bar and cosy family run restaurant, friendly atmosphere and delicious home cooking. Also a gourmet food store.

















22 Avenue Rapp
35 rue Abbesses
CAFE CONSTANT









Open since July 2003, Café Constant, located on the corner of rue Saint Dominique & rue Augereau, a few steps away from Le Violon d’Ingres, is where the Constants have created a buzzing bistro which the French call “a little troquet”.

This is another great local haunt, at local (not touristy) prices. 
Address: 139 rue St. Dominique, 75007
Nearest Metros: Ècole Militaire (8) or Pont de l’Alma (RER C)
CLOSED MONDAYS
Reservations not accepted
JACQUES GRENIN
133 rue de turenne 75003
Rated as the most elusive chocolatier in Paris, Jacques Grenin has a chocolat boutique on the fringes of the marais -  indulge in a creamy eclair au chocolat or a chocolat chaud
MAISON BLANCHE

15, ave Montaigne
At the top of the Champs Elysées Theatre ,enjoy a magnificent Parisian view  of the eiffel and the rooftops of Paris and excellent food. Stick around for DJs later in the evening.
MOSQUE de PARIS
This city mosque, with its oriental tiles, ornate wood carvings and gleaming brass tables makes a wonderful place to linger over a classic mint tea. Enjoy its atmospheric interior courtyard, or any one of the elaborately-decorated rooms and be tempted by one of the delicious honey and almond-based pastries. 39 rue St-Hilaire, 5e, Metro Censier-Daubenton.
PERSHING HALL

Brunch or dine at Pershing Hall Hotel; also a restauant, lounge/bar and at night djs arrive for the trendy crowd. With its famous floor to ceiling 4-storey green live wall plant. this restaurant is both romantic and fun. Not to mention having amazing food. 49 Rue Pierre Charron 75008.
CAFE CHARLOT
Cosy but convival; traditional Parisian bistro with a retro charm; fantastic people watching, chic crowd, you can sit and read over endless cups of coffee, meet friends or work (free wifi) thats if your lucky enough to nab a coveted table; and the food is traditional delicious - absolutment gastronomique
Sunday brunch set menu 15euro - every thing from eggs, smoked salmon, fresh coffee to champagne.. 
38 rue de Bretange 75003
www.cafecharlotparis.com
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CAFE DU NORD
Like a trip back to Paris of the 1920s. Zinc bar, velvet curtains, low lamplight and an extensive library imbue the premises with a retro charm. Located on the Canal Saint-Martin. It is the best spot for a coffee and a book when the sun comes out.
102 Quai de Jemmapes 75010.
Website
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OUR FAVOURITE BOULANGERIES

Le Grenier a Pain - 38 rue des abbesses 75018 website











Du Pain et des Idees - 34 rue Yves Toudic 75010 website













Poliane - 8 Rue Cherche Midi 75006 - Try the pain aux raisins.











Ble Sucree - 7 rue antoine Vollon (12th) Try the glazed Madeleines












Gontran Cherrier - 22 Rue Caulaincourt 75018 Paris



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LES JARDIN PLEIN CIEL RESTAURANT
@ l'hotel raphael terrasse.
 
A champagne glass, fresh Parisienne salad and fresh pain on the side of this spectacular views of the Arc de Triomphe, eiffel and the Paris skyline.
17 avenue Klebe 75016
HOTEL de CRILLON PATIO
@ 10 place de la Condorde
 
COQUELICOT
Montmartre rustic boulangerie. A cosy and lively [lace to eat. Brunch is famous with s variety of pastries, soft-boiled egg, toast, smoked salmon, fruit salad and bowls of coffee - served all day long.  24 rue dea Abbesses. website.http://www.coquelicot-montmartre.com/intro.phpshapeimage_65_link_0
LE BARON ROUGE (The quintessential Paris Bistro)
@ 1 rueTheophile-Roussel (12th)
Closed Mondays
 
KONG











It’s the eaterie where Carrie met her beau’s ex in the final double episode of Sex and the City and if that isn’t reason enough to drop by, perhaps the unique Paris-meets-Tokyo décor, with orchid adornments and Louis XV armchairs is. The views alone attract diners: book a table on the second floor where you can gaze through the glass rooftop at the Parisian scene below.
1 Rue du Pont Neuf  75001 Paris
 
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First reason to visit this restaurant is for the views since it is on the top of the Eiffel Tower. Dont let this seemingly touristy detail deter you, because reason 2 is to experience the Michelin starred cuisine of Alain Ducasse. The Monégasque chef is one of the most highly respected chefs in the world. Recommended to any serious foodie this is a guaranteed gastronomic affair.

Tour Eiffel  5 Avenue Anatole France, 75007 Paris
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