7 Best Restaurants in Le Marais in Paris…


Fashionable, trendy, filled with local tourists, Le Marais is a neighborhood filled with a maze of streets that are flanked by stores and restaurants dazzling with meaning. How do you choose where to satisfy your palate? Below are seven solid choices.

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Embassy of Auvergne

A solid base in the Marais for the rustic and quality Gallic cuisine of central France. From the slow-cooked shoulder of lamb to the required foie gras terrine and everything that goes with aligot – whipped potatoes mixed with garlic and cheese curds.

22 Rue du Grenier Saint-Lazare

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Café Breizh

Breton pancakes are the thing to do in this café. The tasty pancakes are made with buckwheat flour and Bordier butter. The ham and cheese pancake is a classic. Just like the smoked salmon with salmon eggs. But the variety of scallops will amaze your palate. And don’t forget to start with fresh oysters.

109 Rue Vieille du Temple

Chez L’Ami Louis

Almost a century after its creation, the Marais is a culinary monument of the oldest Parisian school. And as divisible as possible, as gastronomic columnists have said, it is both the best and the worst restaurant on the planet. For that reason alone, it’s worth trying to get your hands on one of the dozens of tables in this bistro and see for yourself.

32 Rue du Vertbois

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At Omar’s

Come for the couscous and stay for the roast lamb in this legendary North African bistro. The line is long and not everyone thinks it’s worth the wait, but Omar is one of those famous Parisian bistros that everyone should try at least once in his life.

47 Rue de Bretagne

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The Ace of Fallafel

Lovers of Middle Eastern cuisine agree that this casual restaurant in Le Marais serves the best falafels in Paris. Some even say that in Europe. Here, falafels are crispy on the outside and sticky on the inside, and so good you’ll come back for more. You don’t believe us? Ask Lenny Kravitz. Apparently, he loves this place. And the restaurant isn’t afraid: They’ve got a sign on the wall showing how much Mr. Kravitz loves to eat here.

32 Rue des Rosiers

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The Spiral

This classic Parisian bistro is also one of the best in the neighborhood. It starts with foie gras and smoked duck breast before moving on to fried beef tartare and finishing with succulent bourbon and vanilla crème brûlée.

44 Rue Vieille du Temple

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Le Russeau, The Burger Joint

The best burger in Paris? Maybe. The Burger Joint goes a mile further to offer its customers an incredible burger experience. For example, they use premium beef, bake their own buns and double fry their fries to ensure that they reach a superior level of crispness.

22 Rambuteau Street


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