Restaurants

Ze Kitchen Galerie

This left bank restaurant has all the essential ingredients of a trendy eatery:minimalist décor, reminiscent of a modern art gallery, with paintings hanging here and there, atmospheric lighting and a window looking into the kitchen through which diners can watch the team in action.The kitchen team is headed up by William Ledeuil, a former pupil of Guy Savoy.The menu offers a harmonious combination of Mediterranean-inspired flavours and exotic spices from distant lands, with dishes updated each month.A short and carefully composed wine list, with a small selection served by the glass.All served by a charming team led by Cédric Maréchal.
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  • 4 Rue des Grands Augustins
  • 75006 PARIS
Route from Bel Ami

Vagenende

A traditional ‘bouillon’ restaurant at the turn of the last century, this brasserie is now the latest flagship address in Saint-Germain-des-Près in the 6th arrondissement, and one of the most beautiful brasseries in Paris.Vagenende’s recent renovation has refreshed the authentic Art Nouveau décor, listed on the supplementary inventory of historical monuments.Its many vintage frescos, mirrors and original scrolling woodwork create a stylish and glamorous atmosphere.Vagenende’s regionally-inspired, French market cuisine is packed with flavours.
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  • 142 Boulevard Saint-Germain
  • 75006 PARIS
Route from Bel Ami

Chez Papa Jazz Club

On the rue Saint Benoit, an unassuming little street between the Café Flore and Les Deux Magots, is an address well-known to Saint-Germain locals. Walk down the street until you arrive in front of number 3:you are now outside the “Jazz Café Chez Papa” restaurant in the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Près.Push open the heavy wooden door:and step into the heart of downtown New York – into a loft with walls covered with hundreds of signatures of celebrities and everyday people, some passing through, others regular visitors - the writing carved into the walls with a knife.Spend some time here, you’re sure to feel at home:there is always a pretty table with a blue tablecloth waiting for you.In the evening, “Chez Papa” is a different story.It’s time to spice things up a bit… Jazz is on the menu from 9 pm, with a wide repertoire of piano-bass duos supported by visiting musicians, a singer, flautist or famous saxophonist.And as time is a meaningless concept for night owls, it is often dawn before the heavy door of 3 rue Saint-Benoit finally closes.At the “Jazz Café Chez Papa”, the jazz scene is well and truly buzzing!
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  • 3 Rue Saint Benoit
  • 75006 PARIS
Route from Bel Ami

Café des Deux Magots

Still a prestigious name, one of Paris’ oldest cafes continues to attract celebrities from the worlds of the arts and literature, fashion and politics, and tourists from all over the planet!
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  • 6 Place Saint-Germain des Prés
  • 75006 PARIS
Route from Bel Ami

Le Relais Louis XIII

This gastronomic French restaurant is located in the heart of Paris’ 6th arrondissement, on the site of the remains of the Couvent of the Grands Augustins.The décor featuresexposed stonework and noble beams, a gallery of engravings, portraits of Louis XIII and Marie de Médicis... The Relais Louis XIII avoids the latest trends and focuses on traditional cuisine in this stylish haven brimming with historical charm.
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  • 8 Rue des Grands Augustins
  • 75006 PARIS
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Lipp

A real Parisian institution, Brasserie Lipp has been a must-visit address in Saint-Germain-des-Près for more than 120 years!
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  • 151 Boulevard Saint-Germain
  • 75006 PARIS
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Un dimanche à Paris

Because Pierre Cluizel feels that Sunday should be a special kind of day, he has come up with a concept bringing together everything you’ve always dreamed of.A dream with a chocolate theme...This large concept store houses a shop, a chocolate bar, a restaurant, a chocolate ‘tea room’, a chocolate lounge as well as cookery and pastry-making workshops.
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  • 8 Cours du Commerce Saint-André
  • 75006 PARIS
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L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon

At l'Atelier de Joël Robuchon in the 7th arrondissement, Joël Robuchon invites you to sample the finest gastronomic delights from France and around the world, sitting simply at a bar, on a very comfortable stool.The menu consists of around twenty tasting dishes, a similar number of main courses, and 200 wines, twenty or so of which are served by the glass.Reservations can be made for lunch only, between 11.30 am and 12.30 pm, or between 2.30 pm and 3.30 pm, as well as for the first dinner service at 6.30 pm.
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  • 5 Rue Montalembert
  • 75007 PARIS
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La société

A stylish and glamorous restaurant owned by the Costes brothers. The outside seating area opposite St-Germain-des-Prés church is a favourite meeting place for trendy Parisians! Reflecting its location, the menu offers classic dishes and Asian influences.
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  • 4 Place Saint-Germain des Prés
  • 75006 PARIS
Route from Bel Ami

Café de Flore

Café de Flore & Saint-Germain-Des-Prés, magical words… An iconic place, famed for its historic clientele of free spirits from the worlds of artistic design and literature.
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  • 172 Boulevard Saint-Germain
  • 75006 PARIS
Route from Bel Ami

L’Alcazar

Located in the 6th arrondissement and occupying the site of the former Alcazar Cabaret, this trendy restaurant by Sir Terence Conran invites you to relax in its contemporary décor under a glass roof.The kitchen of L’Alcazar is separated from the dining area by a window, while a bar on the mezzanine level offers the option of dining in an elegant lounge atmosphere.L’Alcazar’s head chef Guillaume Lutard, a former chef at the Taillevent, presents a fun twist on dishes ranging from sea food to traditional cuisine.
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  • 62 Rue Mazarine
  • 75006 PARIS
Route from Bel Ami