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Fourth address of Cyril Lignac rue du Dragon and it is not to displease us : Dragon could be a mix of the other three. Same cozy and intimate atmosphere as at the Dragon, his cocktail bar that we love so much, the decor is once again signed by the Studio KO duo.

A menu with Asian accents like at the Bar des Prés, with Gyozas, tataki, tartare, dumplings or bao burger, in an absolutely succulent gastronomic version and always the chic but friendly spirit that seduced us from the opening of Aux Prés.

Dragon par Cyril Lignac

29 rue du Dragon 75006 Paris



Another bistronomic address for Jean-Baptiste Varenne (La Laiterie Sainte-Clotilde, La Calèche, Le Petit Varenne) dedicated, this time, to succulent Thai cuisine. Lemongrass, coconut milk, bergamot, mint, Thai basil, lime, mango, avocado, pomegranate or peanuts, with curries (the famous “Mikati” with red chicken curry and coconut milk), Pat Thaï, ravioli, soups, salads, or the delicious “spicy” Angus beef. You have pretty much the menu, it’s up to you to taste!

Le Petit Thaï

62 Rue de Bellechasse 75007 Paris

01 45 51 33 42

Closed Sunday



An excellent address for lovers of Franco-Japanese fusion food. From the Bento de Shiro at lunch, which offers 9 small plates to discover this unique cuisine, to the Omakasé Menu, which, in the evening, leaves carte Blanche to the chef to amaze us with a 6-course dinner. Each dish is a profusion of colors and flavors that Hiroyuki Ushiro wanted to compose by paying homage to French gastronomy with which he fell madly in love, and to his origins in a small Japanese village by the sea.


168 bd St Germain 75006 Paris

01 56 81 91 62



A small restaurant created by Jean-Baptiste Varenne (after the Laiterie Sainte Clotilde), which has once again become the stronghold of the antique dealers of the Carré Rive Gauche and decorators (Vincent Darré has also added a few small touches such as mirrors. You can also privatize the place for small receptions.

Between two galleries, you can savor delicious cuisine, simple but local, from the market, as we love them: a carpaccio (to die for!), original salads, a fish or a meat every day, foie gras or sashimi, with always surprising combinations, cheeses from Androuet and desserts from our childhood!

La Calèche

8 rue de Lille 75007 Paris

01 40 20 94 21



A festive, joyful atmosphere in an incredible setting, an old church. On two floors, a Ceviche counter, a Pisco Bar & Lounge and a terrace. After London, Dubai, Abu Dhabi or Monte Carlo, it is in Paris that we enjoy a fusion food inspired by the Peruvian origins of Sanjay Dwivedi, the chef of Coya, but also by the Indian cuisine he has known during his childhood in New Delhi, to which he added Asian touches, especially Japanese.


83 rue du Bac 75007 Paris

01 43 22 00 65



For his first restaurant after twelve years in the Costes group, Quentin de Fleuriau wanted to create a truly unique place, in this corner of the Faubourg Saint-Germain that he particularly likes since it is here that he grew up.

For the decoration, he chose decorator and antique dealer Florence Lopez, who created a multi-faceted place, whose atmosphere changes throughout the day, bucolic during the day and more intimate in the evening. A deliciously shaded terrace, a bar worthy of the wildest Parisian years and, here and there, cozy spaces that lend themselves as well to conversation as to tasting.

In the kitchen, Quentin de Fleuriau wanted to preserve the values of a true French bistronomy even if the chef often likes to revisit it. Delicious savory and sweet surprises for foodies, including those who have chosen to be vegan.

But we also come here for exceptional events since Ma Kiss Room, created by the artist Mathias Kiss, can be privatized.


31 rue Saint Dominique  75007 Paris

01 86 64 06 06



It’s simple it is unanimous! Everyone, or rather all the worlds, meet at La Laiterie Sainte-Clotilde. Head known or not, it feels at home. The menu is simple, it’s the market, and every dish is delicious. Jean-Baptiste Varenne and his team always welcome you with the same kindness, the conversations are sometimes tied between the tables, in short it is a place that gives fishing and which is quickly a haven.


64 rue de Bellechasse 75007 Paris

01 45 51 74 61

Monday thru Friday Noon – 02.30 p.m and 08.00 p.m – 11.00 p.m
Saturday 08.00 p.m – 11.00 p.m


Under the historic glass roof of the Hotel Lutetia brought to light and in color by Fabrice Hyber or in the Art-Deco patio, the Saint-Germain is both a restaurant and a real place to live throughout the day.

The chef, Benjamin Brial, says of his cooking that it is inspired by all his travels around the world, but it also proposes to a more hurried customers an excellent Carte Bistrot.

For the Tea time, a spirit both Germanopratin and British with a selection of mini sandwiches but also very French pastries !


Hôtel Lutetia

45 Boulevard Raspail 75006 Paris
01 49 54 46 00

Open every day – 07.00 a.m – à 02.00 a.m



The sole Parisian representative of the Arts and Crafts movement, Les Climats is a mythical venue with its classified Art Nouveau architecture.





The bar boasts a spectacular selection of Burgundy red wines and both traditional and utterly creative cuisine by Julien Boscus, who worked under Yannick Alléno and Pierre Gagnaire.




41 rue de Lille 75007 Paris

01 58 62 10 08

Tueday thru Saturday
Noon – 02.30 p.m and 07.00 p.m – 10.00 p.m

1 étoile Michelin


A mythical table of Parisian Japanese gastronomy in a setting designed by Gilles & Boissier. Kinugawa is the place dedicated to the traditional cuisine of Kyoto. An abundant menu made up of sashimi, sushi and maki, soups, raw fish or seafood salads, grilled meats, poultry and fish and tempura.

At lunchtime, the bentos are an opportunity to taste an anthology and for dessert we absolutely choose the Kyoto-Brest, accompanied by a green tea.


9 Rue du Mont Thabor 75001 Paris

01 42 60 65 07

Tous les jours de 12h à 14h30 et de 19h30 à 23h



A breathtaking view of the pyramid and the Louvre from the terrace where it is good to have lunch or dinner. But the Napoleon III interior decor created by Olivier Gagnère from the listed woodwork is also worth the detour.

Of course, some like to see or be seen at Café Marly, which is very popular especially during Fashion Week, but that’s not counting the delicious bistro cuisine. All these trappings make it an unmissable place when you arrive on the Right Bank.


93, rue de Rivoli 75001 Paris

01 49 26 06 60

Every day
08.00 p.m – 02.00 a.m. à 2h00


The most illustrious café in Saint-Germain-des-Prés. It was the favourite spot of the intelligentsia of the 30’s, from Surrealists to editors, artists and filmmakers and it became the meeting point of post-war Existentialists. There gathered Simone de Beauvoir, Jean-Paul Sartre, Boris Vian, writers and artists such as Ernest Hemingway, Juliette Gréco Brigitte Bardot, Roman Polanski, Françoise Sagan, Romain Gary as well as the world of fashion. Nowadays the Café de Flore still caters for a subtle blend or artists, writers, intellectuals, politics and anonymous people.


172 Boulevard Saint-Germain  75006 Paris

01 45 48 55 26