La Rotisserie d'Argent
Riverside bistro near Notre Dame. Sister restaurant of the great Tour d'Argent.
19 Quai de la Tournelle, 75005 Paris
Contemporary Gastronomic New bistrot.
Huge wine list (mostly organics).
18 rue de Chaillot, 16th Arrondissement, Paris
La Fontaine de Mars
Southwestern french cuisine served with traditional dishes such as foie gras, duck confit and cassoulet along with the cosy atmosphere and vintage furnishings.
The best Basque ( southwestern French cuisine ) bistro of Paris, short walk from Les Invalides.
Closed Sunday & Monday
Upscale traditional bistro next to Invalides. Authentic country comford food served in a cozy country ambiance.
Le Vieux Crapaud
Local chef Bistrot style restaurant, tastefully affordable cuisine in a friendly athmospère.
6 rue d'Armaillé - Paris 17e
The chef Hide Kobayashi propose a traditionnal french cuisine in a convivial atmosphere in his tiny restaurant, 2 steps from the Champs Elysées.
Open everyday except on Sunday, from 6.00 PM ( dinner only ).
Le Petit Rétro
French dishes served in a "Belle Epoque" atmosphere. Good traditional and typical French Bistro in a hidden tiny street. Moderate prices
Exceptional 1900 decoration and the cheapest dishes in Paris have the clients wait in line outside this immense institution. Excellent popular brasserie.
The famous chef Michel Bosshard, also known as Bobosse, serves fabulous regional specialties (Burgundy, Berry, Ardèche) in his bistrot, located Gare de Lyon.
This bistrot has a delightful location with its terrace facing one of Bofill's feats of architecture.
The 'à la carte' menu is the polished work of the long experience of its owners, Michel and Caroline Rostang.
Excellent wine list.
Joséphine Chez Dumonet
Stylish and convivial, this venerable bistro with amber walls, moleskin banquettes, and frosted glass lamps is poular with theatre people and politicians. Generous portions of classic French cuisine are served; the wine list is excellent.
Chez L'Ami Louis
This classic luxury bistro is located on a side street near Place de la République. Nothing much has changed since the opening in 1924. Over the years, it keeps drawing famous names, tourists as well as locals.
L'Ami Louis is renowned for French classics such as snails, scallops, foie gras, roast chicken... and its huge portions. A hefty bill is to be expected.
Closed monday & tuesday.
Reservations only two weeks ahead.
True traditional bistrot, high end, located near Place des Victoires.
Traditional and irreproachable cuisine.
For the Paris of past times.
The true high end and Parisian bistrot with its authentic turn of-the-century decor with the courtesy of the waiters with long black aprons and with the exceptional traditional cuisine.
Nowadays owned by Alain Ducasse, high quality in the pure Bistrot Spirit.