charming bistros are today the Parisian favourite restaurants either for
lunch or dinner. The bistro classics are the Boeuf bourguignon, the
blanquette de veau, the piece of meat (tenderloin) with blue cheese sauce or
wine sauce and of course french fries, The wine bar are usually reserved for
dinner only... Coming to Paris for the first time ? You should try one of
them - Welcome to the true soul of Paris. See also the place where to taste
wine with the comments of a French Sommelier.
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Created in 1890, this
traditional bouchon parisien offers an innovative and inventive Lyonnaise
cuisine - typical French cuisine of tradition : farm-fresh poultry, beef,
cheese, Lyonnaise butcher meats, wines from the south of Macon to the
northern Rhône area...
Lyonnais Bistro Paris
Bazart Cafe in Bastille
A nice place to eat in
Bastille ? Here it is ! An inexpensive good table close to Le Marais.
Warm welcome and simple nice menu (very good bargain for lunch) - A
respectable wine list.
Bazart Cafe - Bistro in Bastille
Petit Pontoise bistro
Le Petit Pontoise bistro is
nestled in a discreet and quite street of the 5th district meters away
from the Quai de la Tournelle and the Seine River banks - 10 minutes walk
from Notre Dame Cathedral.
Petit Pontoise bistro
Ecluse Bar a Vin
A place to taste the most
famous French wines ? Ecluse Bar a Vin is a little wine bar chain
enjoying quite good reputation in Paris - A good Bordeaux wines list,
French specialities and cheese... Our favorite location is the one of
Faubourg Saint Honore.
Full list of reviewed and selected Bistros and Wine Bars
The Paris Restaurants Guide is an excellent ressource to find and book online
Restaurants in Paris. Currently featuring several hundred
restaurants in Paris, including all the top restaurants but also the
famous Paris Brasseries and Bistros, it is the definitive online guide
that offers free online reviews and booking facilities... Just like in
the theatre, a red velvet curtain in the brasserie entrance is drawn
back to reveal a scene of different kind, one where an usher, dressed
in sober attire, takes your coat and guides you to your table to
present the culinary program. See our selected bistros and wine bars in Paris.