French Cuisine: Restaurants Not To Miss Out On In Paris

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French Cuisine: Restaurants Not To Miss Out On In Paris

If you’re planning on visiting Paris this year, then you’ve certainly got a lot to look forward to. With a wealth of amazing historical attractions, museums, art galleries and shopping districts, there’s plenty to keep you and your loved one occupied when touring the city. One of the best things about Paris however is the spectacular cuisine, so let’s take a look at some of the top restaurants not to miss out on!

 

Brasserie Mollard

 

Not only is this a protected building, but its interior is something to be admired. With classy art decorating the walls, polished oak floors and a charming atmosphere, time simply stands still at the Brasserie Mollard. Offering traditional French dishes that were popular during the 70s and 80s, the cocktails here are a particular highlight.

 

Terminus Nord

 

This restaurant is the epitome of Parisian cuisine, and with such a seamless combination of luxury and contemporary style, there’s no doubt you’ll have an evening to remember at Terminus Nord. Famous for their fish and other coastal dishes, this fantastic brasserie offers a great selection of French and international cuisine.

 

Bistro Volnay

 

Bistro Volnay is an art deco-inspired eatery, and with its owners opening up another bistro at the end of the road, its popularity is evident. From breakfast to lunch, light bites to creamy coffee, this is a great place to simply sit and enjoy the Parisian air. Be sure to call in advance if you’re dining with a group, as Bistro Volnay is a little on the small side.

 

Café Constant

 

Having chased Michelin stars for many years, Christian Constant – owner and head chef at Café Constant – knows what he wants, and that’s perfection. This cute two level bistro only uses the freshest ingredients in their traditional French dishes, and with a wonderful selection of fine wines as well as passionate Parisian interior décor, Café Constant is popular with locals and tourists alike.

 

Breizh Café

 

For the best regional cuisine in Paris, there’s only one place to dine, and that’s Breizh Café. Offering their own home brewed ciders, the freshest oysters and superb table service, its no wonder why this café is continuously busy. Highlights include the baked potato with smoked herring filling, and lets not forget the crepes. Ensure you get the best deals to Paris this year by booking at http://www.cheapflights.co.uk/flights/Paris/ – there are plenty of great offers to choose from!

 

L’Ambassade d’Auvergne

 

Offering hearty French cuisine and a rustic, traditional atmosphere, a trip to L’Ambassade d’Auvergne is a must for any tourist visiting Paris. One of the best things about this restaurant are the starters, with the cured ham and great selection of cheeses a particular highlight. Appearing on Time Out’s 50 top places to dine in Paris, be sure to experience the handmade deserts!

 

Akrame

Since opening in 2011, Akrame is still one of the hottest places to eat in Paris – if you can get a table! With Akrame Bellalal at the helm, one of the city’s top young chefs, the dishes here are nothing less than amazing, and the menu offers a wealth of French and international cuisines.

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