Restaurants in paris

Chef Esu Lee

Import Export C.A.M.

Phil Euell and Chef Eseu Lee’s “dirty-food, filthy wine” Korean-French hot spot.

Bistrot Paul Bert

Bertrand Auboyneau’s classic bistrot is still on the “must eat” list even after 21 years, and is world-renowned for its rustic French comfort food like eggs & black truffle shavings, peppery filet mignon in Cognac butter cream sauce, house made frites, cheese platters, soufflés & bottles of natural wine.

Rigmarole Paris

Le Rigmarole

Adventurous, open-minded + spontaneous eaters love Robert & Jess’s smoky tapas-style dishes cooked over Japanese binchotan charcoal.

Paris Restaurant

Cheval d’Or

Industry darling Taku Sekine’s beautiful new French-Asian restaurant is the talk of the town.

Marche Enfants Rouges

Les Enfants Du Marché

HOT TABLE. Michael Grosman turned a tourist market stand into a wildly popular all-day natural wine bar restaurant with gorgeous food by Chef Masa Ikuta.

Septime Restaurant Paris Wendy Lyn

Septime

Bertrand Grebaut & Théo Pourriat’s casual little charmer is also a World’s Best 50 and a 1-star Michelin restaurant, which makes it one of Paris’ toughest rez. The set menus highlight seasonal products and the natural wine list is extraordinary.

steak frites

Brutos

Lucas Baur de Campos & Ninon Leconte’s rustic little spot is a local favorite for tapas like roasted chicken (Sundays only), smoked beef croquettes with chili sauce, followed by family-style platters of grilled beef bone marrow dripping jus into pureed potatoes and generous cuts of red meat & natural wine.

Clamato Paris Wendy Lyn

Clamato

Septime’s WILDLY popular no-reservation raw seafood, farm produce + natural wine bar, right next door.

Mokonuts Cafe Paris

Mokonuts

Omar & Moko’s neighborhood bakery & café, for market lunch menus, freshly baked cookies and natural wines.

Le Servan Paris

Le Servan

Chef-Owner-Sisters Tatiana & Katia Levha’s pretty bistrot gets its culinary cues from their backgrounds in Manila, Hong Kong, Thailand & France. Think suckling pig, spicy Thai basil clams, and duck baked in brioche. A la carte tapas menus encourage sharing, and wines are all-natural.

Where to eat oysters in paris

L’Ecailler du Bistrot

Brittany native’s Gwen Cadoret’s classy bistrot is the place for fresh seafood towers, oysters, shrimp, sea snails, fish, and lobster which are sourced directly from her family’s oyster farm & region. Add bottles of natural wine from sister resto Bistrot Paul Bert’s cellar next door and you’ve got a perfect afternoon in the making.