Thanks to its status as the hottest/best restaurant in Paris for several years now, Septime is damn near impossible to get into. That means calling for a reservation well in advance of your trip is essential. But once you do get a table, you’ll be blown away by the ingredient-driven cuisine and excellent wine list. The people here are nice too, so feel free to try out a few of those French words you’ve just added to your vocabulary. Actually, don’t.
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La Cave de Septime
Septime La Cave in the 11th is an excellent place to grab a bottle of natural wine, some meats, and some cheese before a meal at Septime or Clamato.
Le Chateaubriand is a famous Paris restaurant, with a reasonably priced, improvisational tasting menu, and a list full of natural wine. Do it once.
Brutos in the 11th is a sort of Brazilian steakhouse without the all-you-can-eat meat option on the menu - and it's actually charming with good food.
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L’Ami Jean is a lively French bistro in the 7th, and it’s on the expensive side, but the food is excellent, exciting, and worth your time.
Verjus is one of our favorite restaurants in Paris, simply because their seasonal tasting menu is consistently excellent. Don’t miss it.
Famous for their buckwheat crepes from Brittany, Breizh Cafe is a perfect affordable lunch in the Marais.
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Le Servan is of our favorite little bistros in all of Paris, and we’re not alone in that sentiment. Hit it for lunch and some unexpected flavors.
Clown Bar is not the theme of your latest sweaty nightmare - it’s one of best Modern French restaurants in Paris.
Owned and operated by the very same people behind Septime, Clamato is another must-have restaurant experience.
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