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
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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



More than 300 different wines. And to accompany your wine while comfortably sat close to the fireplace, assorted iberico de bellota, truffle boiled ham, cheeses or Italian sausage are offered.


7 rue Lobineau  75006 Paris

KGB – Kitchen Galerie Bis

25 rue des Grands-Augustins 75006 Paris


Tuesday thru Saurday : noon – 2.00 p.m  and  7.00 P.m – 11.00 p.m

After the Kitchen Gallery, the new address of William Ledeuil adopts the same style from and the Chef still prefers cocomilk to single light cream, Thaï basil to parsley and boycotts butter, salt and flour ! To not miss under no circumstances, the “zors-d’oeuvre” specially created for KGB, to share with one, two or three friends and which are all more delicious than the others.



For almost seventy years Thoumieux has been the Brasserie of the whole Politic and Gourmet Paris. Taken over by Thierry Costes and of especially by Jean-François Piège in 2009, the typical setting of the 1930s is decorated with mirrors, red wall seats, many lightings which give the Brasserie a more rushed atmosphere. And concerning the food, still Brasserie… but reinterpreted by Sylvestre Wahid.


79, rue Saint Dominique 75007 Paris

Open every day
Noon – 3.00 p.m and 7.00 p.m – 11.00 p.m