9to9 City guide: the best places to eat in Paris

Many of you have asked, where should you be eating when visiting Paris. So as an ex-Parisian and in true French fashion, here is my list of non-touristy best places to eat when in Paris.

The list is purposely petite, because niche is very Parisian! So here is on where to eat like a local in Paris. You are most welcome!


Here is where you need to have breakfast in Paris

Chez Carette, 25 Place des Vosges. Paris 3eme

Order the hot chocolate, the omelette and the croissant aux amandes. Simple, divine and very chic!

chez carette breakfast menu


La Palette, 43 Rue de Seine , Paris 6eme

Amazing setting, delicious food.

Chez Marianne, 2 Rue des Hospitalières Saint-Gervais , Paris 4eme

The best jewish food in Paris. Take the sharing plates with 10 items to share. The tarama is to die for. Oh and the falafels are insane.


La Maison Rose, 2 Rue de l'Abreuvoir (Montmartre)

Honestly the best dinner place in Paris. Tiny tiny, homemade everything, simple local products and very friendly service. It may look touristy from the outside, but trust me - the setting is prestine.

la maison rose paris review

L’Avenue, 41 Avenue Montaigne , Paris 8eme

The newest trendy place in town. Beautiful view. Must for a fancy shabang.

Chez Julien

Very private setting by the river Seine. Delicious cuisine for a very bustle-chic-Parisian-vibe


Bar Hemingway at the Ritz, Place des Vosges, Paris 4eme

Old school bar. Cigars, whiskey and chesterfield vibe. And well… the place we got engaged!

Hotel Costes, 239-241 Rue Saint Honoré, Paris 1er

If you are looking for a hip-trendy-fashiony-high-end drinks ambiance, there is NO other spot!

Le Lipp, 151 Boulevard Saint-Germain, Paris 6eme

Stop by for a beer or a glass of wine. Order some rosette, brie and baguette for a chic, super French break. Part of my old hood and iconic Parisian brasserie - this is the spot for a pick-me up!

le lipp paris brasserie review

Evodie x