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An can’t-miss two-week event for foodies! From November 7th to 22nd: 150 chefs open their restaurant doors to help you discover their most precious recipes at exclusive cut prices!

Here are a few restaurants we like you to discover among these 150 venues (All are at a special menu rate of 30€ for starter+main+desert).

Square Marcadet – North Montmartre

square marcadet, by the tourist in paris

The perfect romantic or friendly gateway in North Paris.

Nested at the north foot of Montmartre, Square Marcadet is a green terrace and a hidden patio (the best place to be seated – heated during the cold days), an intimate “feel at home” setting in the inside, a charming bistrot and restaurant serving great French cuisine.

square marcadet, by the tourist in paris

A true peaceful haven, away from the street, to discover a home made creative and daring combination of French and world tastes like small raviolis and mushrooms, duckling, mashed potatoes and cabbage, chocolate-caramel cheesecake. The menu is changing depending on season to get you the freshest produces (daily delivery).

The two owners and their staff are very welcoming and dynamic (and they speak English).

When? From Tuesday to Saturday, from noon to 2:30pm and from 8pm to 10:30pm. Brunch on Sunday from 11am to 4pm (24€). (Phone: +33 1 53 11 08 41)

Where? Square Marcadet
227 bis Rue Marcadet, 75018 Paris
Metro: Guy Moquet (Line 13)

Book here to get your special Restaurant Week rate


Le Sâotico – Opéra

Le Sâotico, by the tourist in paris

Your timeless typical French wine bar and great original French brasserie in center Paris, close to the Opera and La Bourse.

With market-fresh seasonal produces, daily deliveries of carefully selected quality ingredients like meat sourced exclusively from French farms, line-caught fish (from the fishmonger’s at Le Dôme) and a selection of regional small wine makers, your stomach and tastebuds are in excellent hands.

Subtle and distinctive pairings of flavours and textures is the philosophy of Normandy chef Hugues Gournay and his staff (look at this duck and mirabelle plums).

Le Sâotico, by the tourist in paris

Providing attentive service with meticulous attention to detail and an eagerness to meet and welcome guests are the essential goals of the owner Anne Surcouf and her team. All in a jazzy blues musical atmosphere in an elegant setting (and they speak English).

When? From Monday Friday, from 8:30am to 11:30pm (Phone: +33 1 42 96 03 20)

Where? Le Sâotico
96 Rue de Richelieu, 75002 Paris
Metro: Richelieu-Drouot (Lines 8 & 9), Quatre Septembre or Bourse (Line 3)

Book here to get your special Restaurant Week rate


Le Buisson Ardent – Latin Quarter

Le Buisson ardent, by the tourist in paris

Your true Parisian romantic gastronomic bistrot in a French 1920s setting (actually an old post office decorated with untouched murals from 1925).

From 7am  until midnight, Le Buisson lives at a throbbing rhythm of deliveries, preparing the menu and laying the tables, and of course serving lunch then dinner. They can handle up to 100 people a day!

The owner’s pride is the high quality of the wines that accompany the dishes. Feel free to ask for advice about the best possible pairing with your food like your pumpkin soup with crispy bacon and emulsion of ewe cheese or your swordfish steak semi-cooked on a plancha with sweet potatoes cream and lime.

Le Buisson ardent, by the tourist in paris

Love of tradition, a passion for wine and conviviality are the recipe for success of an authentic Paris bistro (and they speak English).

When? Everyday from 12pm to 2pm / From 7:30pm to 10pm from Sunday (Brunch) to Wednesday. (Phone: +33 1 43 54 93 02)

Where? Le Buisson Ardent
25 rue Jussieu, 75005 Paris
Metro: Jussieu (Line 7 or 10)

> Book here to get your special Restaurant Week rate


Le Petit Bordelais – Invalides

Le Petit Bordelais, by the tourist in paris

Your chic and exquisite romantic bistrot by the Invalides and the Musée d’Orsay, on the Left Bank.

Discover there the spirit of Saint-Emilion, a small village in South West France where one of our best red wine is produced (Saint-Emilion) and where the chef and owner of this warm and gourmet restaurant is actually from.

The menu includes traditional and regional favorites with Chef Philippe’s personal touch and original dishes such as monkfish, Girolle mushrooms fricassee (picture below) entrecôte with Bordelaise sauce, or the special dessert, Cannelet Bordelais.

Le Petit Bordelais, by the tourist in paris

The restaurant features wines from Bordeaux of course, but all the regions of France are represented in the wine menu.

As for the atmosphere, soft lighting of Le Petit Bordelais (soft shades of mocha and red) offers an intimate setting and quiet ambiance. Very welcoming staff and Chef Philippe usually makes an appearance for a quick chat (and they speak English).

When? From Tuesday to Saturday from 12:00pm to 2:30pm and from 7:30pm to 10:30pm (Phone: +33 1 45 51 46 93)

Where? Le Petit Bordelais
22 rue Surcouf, 75007
Metro: La Tour Maubourg (Line 8) or Invalides (Line 13)

Book here to get your special Restaurant Week rate

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When:
Tuesday to Saturday (lunch and dinner)

Where: Le Petit Bordelais, Rue Surcouf, Paris, France
Metro: La Tour Maubourg (Line 8) or Invalides (Line 13)