🇫🇷 Tasting France: Paris
Some of my favorite spots in the city of light! All of these I’ve visited and loved. Note that some are repeats - if they have multiple locations, I saved all of them for you to find what’s nearby!
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Creperie

Breizh Café
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It's a chain with multiple locations around the city. Their Breton crepes are delicious! It's a surprisingly filling meal too. Don't skip the cider - traditional version is dry, but the sweet version is good too.
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Breizh Café Abbesses | La Crêpe Autrement
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It's a chain with multiple locations around the city. Their Breton crepes are delicious! It's a surprisingly filling meal too. Don't skip the cider - traditional version is dry, but the sweet version is good too.
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BREIZH Café Montorgueil | Restaurant & Cave à Cidre
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It's a chain with multiple locations around the city. Their Breton crepes are delicious! It's a surprisingly filling meal too. Don't skip the cider - traditional version is dry, but the sweet version is good too.
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Crêperie Chez Suzette
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Good hole in the wall creperie in one of the oldest parts of Paris.
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Restaurants

Cafe Central
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Great for breakfast for dinner! Rue Cler is a fun street, so sit at a table outside and peoplewatch.
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La Terrasse du 7ᵉ
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Popular bistro just outside the Ecole Militaire with a large selection of classic French dishes. Everything was great - don't skip the creme brulee!
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Le Primerose
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In the Grenelle neighborhood and packed with locals. Classic bistro fare, and most dishes have a fantastic sauce or condiment to accompany.
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Café Du Marché
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On the iconic rue Cler, another great lunch or dinner option. Their cheese plate is an amazing option to pair with apertif with friends!
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Jade Coffee
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I've been here a few times and loved it every time. This place had some amazing beouf borguinon! For drinks, the spritz Parisienne is really nice: light, fruity, and a little sweet.
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Aux Ministères
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Great little bistro with a view of the Eiffel tower, making it the perfect spot to enjoy a relaxing sunset dinner. The charcuterie was amazing and perfect for a light shared dinner.
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Le Bouquet de Grenelle
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Close to a metro stop and off a major Grenelle shopping street, it's a popular choice. Great for lunch or a drink to take a break.
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Breakfast, Bakeries and Patisseries

Merci Jérôme
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One of those breat boulangerie that offer no frills options for a perfect, quick french breakfast! They have coffee as well, and a few tables outside to enjoy your pastry.
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Angelina Paris
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Iconic fancy cafe and patisserie! They're most known for their European style hot chocolate and Mont Blanc dessert.
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Ladurée
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Gorgeous fancy patisserie with great macarons!
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Le Rostand
@teaspoonofnose
Beautiful spot facing the Jardin du Luxembourg! If you want that classic cafe sit down breakfast, it's a good choice.
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PIERRE HERMÉ PARIS
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Really nice patisserie! If you want some of the best macarons in the city, head here.
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Amateur Italian, travel advisor, and adventurous eater! I’m a travel creative living in small town northern Italy, and I've been planning travel for over 15 years. I've lived on three continents and visited over 40 countries, so I'm passionate about helping travelers experience the best of a location, no matter where! I love both/and travel: I want to see the big sights AND the local hangouts, the big cities AND the small towns. I’d love to help you do it too! If you’re going to Rome for the first time, you don’t need me to tell you to see the Colosseum. But you might want me to tell you if it’s better as a guided tour or on your own, what add-on’s are worth the money, and what are the extra secret things your ticket can get you! My favorite part of travel is eating well: finding the local haunts, tasting a new wine, and trying the local dishes. Amazing food doesn't have to be expensive: sometimes the best of a place is in the street food! But if it is a splurge, I'll make sure it's worth every penny. I'd love to work with you to create the trip of your dreams!
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🇫🇷 Tasting France: Paris
Some of my favorite spots in the city of light! All of these I’ve visited and loved. Note that some are repeats - if they have multiple locations, I saved all of them for you to find what’s nearby!
16 Places • 60 Saves • ago
Free

Creperie

Breizh Café
@teaspoonofnose
It's a chain with multiple locations around the city. Their Breton crepes are delicious! It's a surprisingly filling meal too. Don't skip the cider - traditional version is dry, but the sweet version is good too.
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Breizh Café Abbesses | La Crêpe Autrement
@teaspoonofnose
It's a chain with multiple locations around the city. Their Breton crepes are delicious! It's a surprisingly filling meal too. Don't skip the cider - traditional version is dry, but the sweet version is good too.
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BREIZH Café Montorgueil | Restaurant & Cave à Cidre
@teaspoonofnose
It's a chain with multiple locations around the city. Their Breton crepes are delicious! It's a surprisingly filling meal too. Don't skip the cider - traditional version is dry, but the sweet version is good too.
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Details
Crêperie Chez Suzette
@teaspoonofnose
Good hole in the wall creperie in one of the oldest parts of Paris.
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Details

Restaurants

Cafe Central
@teaspoonofnose
Great for breakfast for dinner! Rue Cler is a fun street, so sit at a table outside and peoplewatch.
Add to
Details
La Terrasse du 7ᵉ
@teaspoonofnose
Popular bistro just outside the Ecole Militaire with a large selection of classic French dishes. Everything was great - don't skip the creme brulee!
Add to
Details
Le Primerose
@teaspoonofnose
In the Grenelle neighborhood and packed with locals. Classic bistro fare, and most dishes have a fantastic sauce or condiment to accompany.
Add to
Details
Café Du Marché
@teaspoonofnose
On the iconic rue Cler, another great lunch or dinner option. Their cheese plate is an amazing option to pair with apertif with friends!
Add to
Details
Jade Coffee
@teaspoonofnose
I've been here a few times and loved it every time. This place had some amazing beouf borguinon! For drinks, the spritz Parisienne is really nice: light, fruity, and a little sweet.
Add to
Details
Aux Ministères
@teaspoonofnose
Great little bistro with a view of the Eiffel tower, making it the perfect spot to enjoy a relaxing sunset dinner. The charcuterie was amazing and perfect for a light shared dinner.
Add to
Details
Le Bouquet de Grenelle
@teaspoonofnose
Close to a metro stop and off a major Grenelle shopping street, it's a popular choice. Great for lunch or a drink to take a break.
Add to
Details

Breakfast, Bakeries and Patisseries

Merci Jérôme
@teaspoonofnose
One of those breat boulangerie that offer no frills options for a perfect, quick french breakfast! They have coffee as well, and a few tables outside to enjoy your pastry.
Add to
Details
Angelina Paris
@teaspoonofnose
Iconic fancy cafe and patisserie! They're most known for their European style hot chocolate and Mont Blanc dessert.
Add to
Details
Ladurée
@teaspoonofnose
Gorgeous fancy patisserie with great macarons!
Add to
Details
Le Rostand
@teaspoonofnose
Beautiful spot facing the Jardin du Luxembourg! If you want that classic cafe sit down breakfast, it's a good choice.
Add to
Details
PIERRE HERMÉ PARIS
@teaspoonofnose
Really nice patisserie! If you want some of the best macarons in the city, head here.
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Details
* * *
CURATED BY
Amateur Italian, travel advisor, and adventurous eater! I’m a travel creative living in small town northern Italy, and I've been planning travel for over 15 years. I've lived on three continents and visited over 40 countries, so I'm passionate about helping travelers experience the best of a location, no matter where! I love both/and travel: I want to see the big sights AND the local hangouts, the big cities AND the small towns. I’d love to help you do it too! If you’re going to Rome for the first time, you don’t need me to tell you to see the Colosseum. But you might want me to tell you if it’s better as a guided tour or on your own, what add-on’s are worth the money, and what are the extra secret things your ticket can get you! My favorite part of travel is eating well: finding the local haunts, tasting a new wine, and trying the local dishes. Amazing food doesn't have to be expensive: sometimes the best of a place is in the street food! But if it is a splurge, I'll make sure it's worth every penny. I'd love to work with you to create the trip of your dreams!
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