• Restaurants
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  • Le Verre Volé

    Open everyday, from 12:30 to 14:30 and from 7:30 p.m. to 10:30.p.m. A really simple bistro featuring shelves of organic/biodynamic French wines. The kitchen (read more...)

    Open everyday, from 12:30 to 14:30 and from 7:30 p.m. to 10:30.p.m. A really simple bistro featuring shelves of organic/biodynamic French wines. The kitchen pumps out the simplest of dishes. Reservation is essential, as this place gets packed, especially on weekends. The food is seasonal, simple, creative, and just great, but the place is so small that it is difficult to get a reservation at the last minute. Open on Sunday night!! (read less...)

  • Chez Marie Louise

    Chez Mary Louise, French bistro, right next to the hotel.This local place is quite affordable with quality food, our clients are always very happy with (read more...)

    Chez Mary Louise, French bistro, right next to the hotel.
    This local place is quite affordable with quality food, our clients are always very happy with their experience (closed on Sunday and Monday). (read less...)

  • Hôtel du Nord

    Very nice atmosphere, very affordable, quieter for lunch than dinner, we love it! Food & service are just perfect. Cherry on top: famous because of Marcel (read more...)

    Very nice atmosphere, very affordable, quieter for lunch than dinner, we love it! Food & service are just perfect. Cherry on top: famous because of Marcel Carné’s movie “Hotel du Nord”. Very nice restaurant; trendy and young.                            Perfect for lunch. Not too expensive, warm and efficient service. (read less...)

  • PHILOU

    Philou, the Chef, used to have the famous Square Trousseau, that he recently sold to start a new challenge in northern Paris. Excellent food with fresh (read more...)

    Philou, the Chef, used to have the famous Square Trousseau, that he recently sold to start a new challenge in northern Paris. Excellent food with fresh market ingredients chosen daily . Closed on Sundays and Mondays. (read less...)

  • Le Cambodge

    Good bo Bun, simple , efficient, always crowded even for take away. Long lines. Cheap!!

    Good bo Bun, simple , efficient, always crowded even for take away. Long lines. Cheap!! (read less...)

  • Le Petit Cambodge

    Le Petit Cambodge is located near the Canal St Martin, and it is frequented by many Parisians... so much so that there is often a line. It gets crowded (read more...)

    Le Petit Cambodge is located near the Canal St Martin, and it is frequented by many Parisians... so much so that there is often a line. It gets crowded for lunch and dinner, so we recommend going a little early or else deal with waiting.                   
    “In the big bowls: spring rolls, shrimp, pork or both, dusted with crushed peanuts… All good and honorable, the soft sesame nougat is exhilarated by ginger confit.” (read less...)

  • La Fontaine de Belleville

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  • Le Clown Bar

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  • Les Rupins

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  • La Taverne de Zhao

    This place takes you on a sensory trip to the Xi’an province without ever leaving the 10th arrondissement! The no-frills decor has amazing food at extremely (read more...)

    This place takes you on a sensory trip to the Xi’an province without ever leaving the 10th arrondissement! The no-frills decor has amazing food at extremely reasonable prices! (read less...)

  • L’Aller Retour

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  • Septime

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  • Bonhomie

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  • HAÏ KAÏ

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  • Le Galopin

    Le Galopin has an innovative, creative and modern cuisine using fresh products from the market. The menu is a surprise prix-fixe, try it at lunch for affordable (read more...)

    Le Galopin has an innovative, creative and modern cuisine using fresh products from the market. The menu is a surprise prix-fixe, try it at lunch for affordable prices.  The wait staff and ambiance is casual in this simple bistro-bar.      Open Tuesday to Saturday, from 19:15 to 22:15.  Open for lunch on Wednesday, from 12:00 to 14:00 and on Thursday, from 12:15 to 14:00. (read less...)

  • Siseng

    "Asian food bar"

    "Asian food bar" (read less...)

  • Les Enfants Perdus

    Les Enfants Perdus is a discreet and really rather chic fine-dining restaurant frequented by the bobos of the Canal Saint-Martin, and overspill from the (read more...)

    Les Enfants Perdus is a discreet and really rather chic fine-dining restaurant frequented by the bobos of the Canal Saint-Martin, and overspill from the bars L’Atmosphère and Café Bonnie. The interior is sombre but at the back, a light and airy room has been kitted out with comfortable benches strewn with white cushions – ideal for plonking yourself down on a Saturday or Sunday morning at brunch hour. And the dishes are exceptional. The best approach here is to fast for a day beforehand, in order to take full advantage of the gigantic, delicious brunch prepared by a Michelin-starred chef who is passionate about both style and substance – even when it comes to brunch. The menu is unique, and changes every six months. For €25 no fewer than three platters are brought to you. The first comprises delicious mini-viennoiseries, house orange juice and hot drinks of your choosing; the second features shirred eggs, cake, a beautiful slice of organic salmon on a bed of salad and a cup of cucumbers in white cheese with mint. After loosening your belt you will receive a final, enormous platter with vegetable soup, faisselle au miel, grapes, ham and cheese. (read less...)

  • Ten Belles

    Coffee shop.                                                                 Thomas Lehoux is one of the stars of the Paris (read more...)

    Coffee shop.                                                                 Thomas Lehoux is one of the stars of the Paris barista scene, and after working in many of the best-known coffee bars here, he finally opened his own café in September 2012. Ten Belles is perfectly located just off the funky Canal Saint-Martin. The discrete pinewood storefront is decorated with plants and herbs, a few rickety stools sit on the pavement for determined smokers, and a blackboard provocatively announces – in English – that ‘drinking good coffee is sexy’. The café is invariably packed, often with a long line queuing outside. There are only half-a-dozen tiny tables, but a narrow staircase leads up to a cosy mezzanine with another three tables looking down over the bar. A classic Mazzocco espresso machine sits on the main counter, which is lined with cakes and pastries. The food is prepared in a shiny kitchen out at the back, and is handled by Le Bal Café, a cool address just off the Place de Clichy, one of the rare restaurants which takes its coffee as seriously as the wine list. Don’t be surprised to see sausage rolls, salt beef and cauliflower soup on the menu, as chef Anne Trattles is English and used to work at St John’s in London.   (read less...)

  • Le Comptoir Général

    Le Comptoir Général is a temple dedicated to exoticism. As a curious adventurer and a voyage lover, it invites you to explore and appreciate these foreign (read more...)

    Le Comptoir Général is a temple dedicated to exoticism. As a curious adventurer and a voyage lover, it invites you to explore and appreciate these foreign and strange cultures, poorly known, sometimes underrated and often marginalized. Because exoticism does not only define itself through frontiers and territories, it is also rooted in history, traditions, communities, and exclusions...
    Thus, Le Comptoir Général explores these faraway lands, looking for the most powerful references and the best talents they might hide away. Once identified, it brings them back to life from the details of their decoration, to their slightest codes and moods. (read less...)

  • Le Pavillon des Canaux

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  • Lockwood

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  • Point Éphémère

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  • Lavomatic

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  • Le Barav

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  • Artazart

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  • Antoine et Lili

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  • agnès b.

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  • Centre Commercial

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  • renhsen

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  • POTEMKINE

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  • Merci

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  • Objet Celeste

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