Angie Eats Paris! – The Restaurants

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Although our visit to Paris is not until June, I am already salivating at the thought of all the delicious food we will hopefully eat while there. When I started researching restaurants and other food establishments in Paris, I began with the most near and dear to my heart: bakeries and patisseries. While there may seemingly be a bakery on every corner in Paris, they are certainly not all created equal. I spent a huge chunk of time researching the best places to get baguettes and baked goods. And because I guess we will have to eat something besides pastries at some point, I’ve also included a list of crepe places, cheese shops, coffee shops, and affordable wine bars and restaurants – most of which are under 20 Euro per person.

Below is a map of all the restaurants that we are considering visiting while in Paris. While we will definitely not make it to all of the restaurants featured in the list, this is our starting point when exploring Paris for five days this June. The restaurants and their color coding follow.


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Blue: Bakeries and Sweets
Poilane – 8 Rue du Cherche-Midi
Jacques Genin – 133 Rue de Turenne
Pierre Herme – 40 Boulevard Haussmann
Laduree – 16 Rue Royale
Maison Kayser
Boulangerie au 140
La Boulangerie Par Veronique Mauclerc – 83 Rue de Crimée
Boulangerie Mauvieux -159 Rue Ordener
Au Levain d’Antan – 6 Rue des Abbesses
Boulangerie Julien – 1st location: 75 Rue Saint-Honoré, 2nd location: 24 Rue Saint-Martin

Red: Crepes
Creperie Broceliande – 15 Rue des 3 Frères
Breizh Cafe – 111 Rue Vieille du Temple
Creperie Bretonne Fluerie – 67 Rue de Charonne
La Creperie de Josselin – 67 Rue du Montparnasse
West Country Girl – 6 Passage Saint-Ambroise
Little Breizh – 11 Rue Grégoire de Tours
Le Pot o’Lait – 41 Rue Censier
Ty Breiz – 52 Boulevard de Vaugirard

Green: Cheese Shops
Fromagerie Quatrehomme – 62 Rue de Sèvres
Laurent Dubois – 47 Boulevard Saint-Germain
Alleosse – 13 Rue Poncelet
Androuet – 134 Rue Mouffetard
Fromagerie Damremont – Chez Virginie – 54 Rue Damrémont
Barthelemy – 51 Rue de Grenelle
Marie-Anne Cantin – 12 Rue du Champ de Mars

Coffee Cup Symbol: Coffee Shops
Sugarplum Cake Shop – 68 Rue du Cardinal Lemoine
Caldo Freddo – 34-36 Rue Montorgueil
Espressamente Illy – 13 Rue Auber
Cafes Verlet – 256 Rue Saint-Honoré
Comptoirs Richard – 48 Rue du Cherche-Midi
Cafes Amazone – 11 Rue Rambuteau
Comme a Lisbonne – 37 Rue du Roi de Sicile
Soluna Cafes – 52 Rue de l’Hôtel de ville
Pozzetto – 39 Rue du Roi de Sicile

Yellow: Restaurants under 20 Euro per plate
Cuisine de Bar – 38 Rue Debelleyme
L’Avant-Comptoir – 3 Carrefour de l’Odéon
Verjus – 52 Rue de Richelieu
Le Rubis – 10 Rue du Marché Saint-Honoré
Le Garde Robe – 41 Rue de l’Arbre Sec
Clasico Argentino – 56 Rue de Saintonge
Gyoza Bar -56 Passage des Panoramas
La Barav – 6 Rue Charles-François Dupuis
Le Petit Cambodge – 20 Rue Alibert
El Guacamole – 37 Rue Yves Toudic
L’estaminet – 39 Rue de Bretagne
Le Celeste Gourmand – 8 Rue de la Tacherie
Entre Deux Rives -1 Rue de Hanovre
Le Petit Vendome – 8 Rue des Capucines
Tartes Kluger – 6 Rue du Forez
Chez Marianne – 2 Rue des Hospitalières Saint-Gervais
Cosi – 54 Rue de Seine
L’As du Fallafel – 34 Rue des Rosiers

House Symbol: Where We Are Staying (within 1,000 ft)

Where will we end up in our upcoming five day adventure in Paris? Look out for our next post, Angie Eats Paris! The Verdict in mid-June where we’ll reveal just how many places we were able to visit, and give our reviews of them!

For a fully integrated map to download and use yourself while visiting Paris, click here!

Angie

Angie is the resident foodie of Living the Dream. She seeks out local food, restaurants, farmers markets, and cooking classes wherever she travels. Angie has been on one long-term trip of 465 days along with her husband Jeremy.

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4 Comments

  1. @Katharina – Thanks for the input! Are you going to be around Europe later this year? Angie will send you a message with more info on our plans 🙂

    @Rebecca – Thanks! What time in June are you going? Maybe we’ll be there during the same dates. Our reviews will likely be up by the end of June too 🙂

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  2. This is so helpful! Paris is on the list for this year as well – June too! I am printing this out for my eating pleasure 🙂

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  3. Hey,
    While you are in Paris, you have to go to the restaurant Brasserie Wepler http://www.wepler.com/ for some seafood. It’s awesome!
    Greetings from Germany, Katharina

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