Paris: Restaurant Frenchie

Eating a gorgeous meal in an alley is completely cool, especially at Greg Marchand’s Frenchie. Despite it’s huge success, it retains its neighborhood vibe. Expect beautiful seasonal tasting menus, farm-to table-products, top-notch wines and friendly professional service.

Insider Tip:

There are two bar seats you can request to watch the chefs.

What to Order:

The seasonal set menu features farm-to-table dishes such as fig and duck foie gras drizzled with Xeres sherry vinegar, or combawa & shoulder of Basque pork, and short horn beef with cepes mushrooms and crispy green salt marsh beans.

The wine list features international small batch producers.

Getting In:

Frenchie's demand often exceeds the 20+ chairs. Try calling a month in advance between 5-7pm Monday - Friday OR use the reservation link.

What to know before you go:

The menu is a set tasting menu – if you have any food allergies, let them know when you make the reservation, not last minute at the table.

Respect Your Reservation:

Confirm your booking the day of or in case you need to cancel, do so in advance.

If they don’t hear from you or if you don’t show up, not only do they lose business, they deny others who want to dine.

If you don’t confirm your table, they cannot guarantee your booking, and fifteen minutes after the time of your booking, the table can be replaced.

Restaurant Frenchie

Restaurant Frenchie