Brought to you by the folks behind Verjus, Ellsworth is a more casual restaurant, and one of our favorites in Paris. If you’re looking for brunch, this would be the place to do it, but Ellsworth is also great any time of day, and day of the week. It’s not exactly modern Parisian cooking like you might expect from some of the other hot spots in town, but instead has a very vegetable heavy menu that also happens to feature an incredible fried chicken. Get it on your Paris Hit list.
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