Finally, we were in Paris during this year summer.
This time, I had to make sure we visited the places never before.
It was a family trip hence it was a little hard to manage the group, pleasing everyone in their personal palettes.
During this course over 5 days, unfortunately we ran into two bad restaurants due to now research done beforehand. Yes, you could have nasty meals in Paris too.
Anyways, browse through for the run down – where to note and where to avoid especially.
L’as du Falafel (32-34 Rue des Rosiers, 75004 Paris)
Creperie Framboise (7 Rue de Ponthieu, 75008 Paris; Champ Elysees area)
Bouillon Chartier (7 Rue du Faubourg Montmartre, 75009 Paris; Opera area)
Les Deux Magots (6 Place Saint-Germain des Prés, 75006 Paris; near Rue de Bonaparte)
Le Carrousel (8 Rue Trois Freres, 75018 Paris; Montmatre area – a nice treat after Sacre Coeur Basilica visit)
Tribeca (Museum Des Invalids)
We had nice pizza, crispy flavourful pan fried salmon, worst was bro’s lasagne which tasted rubbery and bland…
Le Solferino ( to avoid! 262 Boulevard Saint-Germain, 75007 Paris; near Musee D’orsay)
No picture taken, was in such a bad mood having such bad subpar food here.
We took flavourless French Onion Soup and salad then left.
Chez Clement (to avoid! 17 Boulevard des Capucines, 75002 Paris;Opera)
In fairness, the interior was pretty cozy filled with kitchen utensils decorative pieces seemingly could be used.
Too bad the food in general was so so. Only roast chicken and the silky dense mashed potatoes were the highlights.
A very simple 3 halved eggs salad from the set menu.
Le Sarah-Bernhardt (so so experience – near Notre Dame area) – see my past post here.
Le Flore en Ile (mediocre experience – near Ile Saint Louis area) – see my past post here.
Hope this list serves you some good during your next trip to Paris, as a tourist.