Places I Can't Wait to Eat During My Month in Paris
End of June to end of July. Avec les enfants. Come say hi, ListAppers? (Also, @SaraKippur, we've got to start making reservations!)
- •Le ServanHaven't been yet, but it sounds great.
- •Bistrot Paul BertHands-down best damn steak au poivre. Only problem is that they cost a fortune and we have to order at least three now, because of the way our kids eat steak.
- •West Country GirlHaven't been lately--always end up at other, more convenient creperies--but I do love this place, and it's closer to our apartment this time.
- •PhilouStill the bistro to beat.
- •BonesA little hesitant about an Australian cooking in an Irish pub in Paris. But it's nearby and worth a try.
- •Chez AlineSandwich shop right near our apartment? Here's hoping it lives up the recommendation.
- •Come a CasaA new Italian place to try? Okay!
- •Septime.Been a couple times, always very good. Probably for lunch?
- •Random Vietnamese place.Near our friend Laure's apartment, killer bo bun. I don't even remember what arrondissement this is in.
- •La Bocca Della VeritaAmazingly delicious (and light!) Italian food in a very hip and intimate environmentSuggested by @Nicholas
- •Pierre Sang Boyer.I wasn't in love with it the last time we went, but @SaraKippur swears by it, and I'm willing to give it another go.
- •Ellsworth. (h/t @stellastahl)
- •Vivant (h/t @zoe).
- •Le ChateaubriandSuggested by @celesteballard
- •L'Ami Louis.We're definitely not going there this time, because it's best for a group of six (with the person paying on an expense account or really rich), but in case you're referring to this list, have a big group, and can drop about €500, I regularly dream of the escargot from this place, which are about four times the size of any others I've ever seen. Classic, slightly cheesy old-school bistro.
- •MiznonSuggested by @joshthecook