Usually, people getting out of my tasting room at 7.30 after tasting 6 excellent wines have only one idea in mind: where can I get something to eat, quick!

Here’s a list and good restaurants in the neighborhood, with different styles and price level:

BUISSON ARDENT
25 rue Jussieu 5th district. Buisson-Ardent-2

It’s just at 2 minutes by walk from Wine Tasting In Paris.
Gastronomic French Bistrot. Good quality Classical French food, out of the touristic streets.

Starters are around 10 euros and Main courses around 25-30 euros. Good wine selection
Nice little dining room decorate in art deco style.

Manager and staff are very nice.
30-50 euro

http://lebuissonardent.fr

 

HUGO & CO

48 rue Monge, 5th district
Phone: +33 (0)9 53 92 62 77
This new restaurant has been created by a young chef who worked in Michelin star restaurants in Paris and New York. Small and design interior. It’s located just 5 minutes from Wine Tasting In Paris. Excellent inventive food. Starters at 10-15 euros, Main Course 16-20 euros, dessert at 9 euros. 2 services at 7h30 and 21h30. Very nice wine list (Menetou Salon from Domaine Pellé, Faugeres from Domaine Barral, Cotes du Rhone etc…)  Hugo &Co

Reservations recommended.

http://tomygousset.com/hugo-and-co

 

 

BONVIVANT

7 rue des écoles, 5th district
Phone: +33 (0)1 43 26 51 34
Good local restaurant and wine bar, just 10 minutes always from the tasting room.bonvivant

Classical French food, (like codfish and vegetables, beef tartare, duck parmentier, lamb with spices,…) and also charcuterie and cheeses boards (those ones are really good!)

Good selection of Organics and Naturals wines.

Wood & Design interior, freindly staff.

http://www.bonvivant.paris/


 

BRASSERIE BALZAR
49 rue des écoles, 5th districtBalzar
Phone +33 (0)1 43 54 13 61
Typical old fashion classy French brasserie, with premium quality service
Established in 1886.

Main courses around 30-35 euro  50-60 for a complete meal

( -15% if coming from Wine Tasting In Paris)

http://www.brasseriebalzar.com/en/

 

CAFE DE LA NOUVELLE MAIRIE
19 rue des fosses saint Jacques, 5th districtCafé  nelle mairie
Phone +33 (0)144 07 04 41
Just behind Pantheon square, Nice terrace.
Good quality French bistrot with a short menu with only home-made dishes
Very good wine selection, often renewed, and good advises from the sommelier

Café de la Nouvelle Mairie on tripadvisor

 

 

CHEZ LENA ET MIMILE
32 rue tournefort, 5th districtchez-lena-et-mimile
Phone +33 (0)147 07 72 47
A cute restaurant in a quiet street, just behind rue Mouffetard. the terrace is amazing in spring and summer.
French food medium price point (starter at 10-20 euros and main course at 22-35 Euros) with Pierre Hermé desserts.

Better to make a reservation especially if you want to be seated outside.

http://www.chezlenaetmimile.fr/

 

 

SMALL RESTAURANTS OF RUE MOUFFETARD

Rue Mouffetard is avery old street of Paris, famous for its resturants,  food stores, and open market.mouffetard
All along the street, from Place de la Contrescarpe to square Saint Medard, you will find dozens of small restaurants of all styles, including crepes, greeks, burgers, bistrot, and Italian food. Most of them are cheap.
Maybe not the best restaurants in town, but simple food and nice place to be.

A little bit farer: on the other side of the Seine:

CHEZ MADEMOISELLE

A small nice restaurant located in a quiet street of 4th district/Marais.
Good quality food, nice interior design, nice staff and a lovely terrace for sunny days.
A short menu with fiew quality and home made courses.
You’ll enjoy it!
16 Rue CharlemagneMademoiselle
75004 Paris
http://www.restaurantchezmademoiselle.fr/

AU BOURGUIGNON DU MARAIS

If you dream about tasting snails, Boeuf Bourguignon, and other classical Burgundy food, this is a place for you. This small Brasserie located close to Saint Paul metro station has also a very large choice of Burgundy wines.

Au Bourguignon du Marais
52 Rue François Miron
75004 Parisau-bourguignon-du-marais-john-galbo
http://www.facebook.com/au-bourguignon-du-marais