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Photographe : Catherine Balet

Throughout Paris, outside of normal opening hours, certain shops remain open very late at night. There you can find all sorts of everyday items and some fresh food.






Below is a list of some currently fashionable restaurants and bistros. You can find more addresses if you consult the Paris Tourism Office.


10, rue de l'Ancienne Comédie 75006 PARIS
Métro : Odéon


1, rue Lepic 75018 PARIS
Métro : Blanche


327, rue de Vaugirard 75015 PARIS
Métro : Convention


38, rue de Sèvres 75007 PARIS
Métro : Sèvres Babylone


Paris, the gastronomic capital, is replete with restaurants just waiting to open their arms to you!


Le Carnet Gourmand

Find a guide to all of the restaurants that subscribe to the Tourism Office and the Congrès de Paris with the Carnet Gourmand!

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Published in association with the Société des Bonnes Tables (Good Dining Society), this illustrated, bilingual (French & English) guidebook will prove useful in your search for a good place to eat.

Over 200 restaurants are listed, classed by arrondissement, many of which subscribe to the Tourism Office or the Congrès de Paris.

The guide will give you an indication of the setting, atmosphere and culinary specialities of each restaurant, as well as accepted methods of payment, opening hours and any extra facilities offered, such as access for handicapped persons, terraces, wine cellars, parking, etc.

If you are dining on a budget, you will be interested in the price indication for each restaurant, which divides establishments into three categories: average menu below €30.00, average menu below €45.00, average menu above €45.00.

You can pick up the Carnet Gourmand for free at any branch of the Office de Tourisme or the Congrès de Paris. Equally, it can be found in any of the restaurants that are featured in the guidebook, as well as in many hotels.

For more information : category "Eating out".