Paris is one of the most expensive cities in the world, but as everywhere else, if you know where to search, you can find where to eat well without going to fast food restaurants. Therefore, we offer a selection of Parisian restaurants, very interesting due to their prices and quality of food.
The Lozère is a small restaurant of traditional food from French namesake department. Some of its best dishes are the pasta caussenard with juniper, the steak, the rack of lamb and the caramelized apple with crisp chestnut honey. On Thursday night, you will be able to enjoy the L´aligot menu, which is a regional specialty. For meals, they offer a menu with starter, main course, dessert and drink for 17.80 Euros. For dinner, they have an a la carte menu with starter, main course and dessert for 22.70 Euros. It is advisable to book a table because it is usually full. Address: 4 rue Hautefeuille, 75006 (Metro Saint-Michel) is open from 12 to 14 and from 19:30 to 22.
The Family Restaurant de Bourgogne (Chez Maurice) has been open for 40 years and offers generous portions of traditional French dishes. Simple home-style meals served in a retro and barrio atmosphere. Try the beef bourguignon. The lunch menu costs between 9.50-10.50 Euros, the dinner from 13.50-17 Euros no drinks included, and a pint jar of an acceptable house wine costs 4 Euros. Address: 26 rue Vinaigriers 75010 (Metro Jacques Bonsergent). Open from 12 to 14:30 and from 19 to 23:30, closed on Sundays.
La Creperie des Canettes is a charming crepes restaurant decorated in marine style, where you will be able to get the genuine crepes and galettes of Britain. During the evenings, it becomes a tearoom where you can enjoy fabulous pancakes and ice cream. The basic menu includes galette with vegetables, a crepe with butter and sugar and a glass of cider, for 12.50 euros. Address: 10 rue Canettes 75006 (Metro Mabillon). Open from 12 to 15 and 19 to 22, closed on Sundays.
Au Pied de Fouet is a simple and cozy bistro. The place was formerly a coaching inn for stagecoaches and it is usually quite crowded. The tradition is to wait at the bar, while taking an appetizer, until a table becomes available somewhere. The full menu, including a drink and dessert costs around 25 Euros and the budget one 20 Euros. Address: 45 rue de Babylone 75007 (Metro Sèvres-Babylone) Open from 12 to 15 and 19 to 0, closed on Sundays.
Cojean is the fashion trend in Paris, fast food, but healthy and bio. It is the ideal choice for breakfast or a light meal. You will find several restaurants of this kind throughout the city. A hot meal is around 8-9 Euros and cold between 2.80-6.50 Euros. You can see their full menu on their website http://www.cojean.fr, as well as their locations and working hours of each store.
With all these tempting proposals, now you only need to choose one of our apartments in Paris and start your trip to the capital of France.