Dalva restaurant is a cosy little haven of quintessential Paris café life. Sat invitingly on the corner of Rue du Louvre and Rue d’Argot, it’s a lovely looking thing dressed in bright red walls, a curving old wood bar, rows of twinkling tealights and a welcoming atmosphere. Dalva’s main dining room and bar are on the ground floor and make a homely spot for a skilfully prepared seasonal French meal, fuss-free, fresh and fantastic. Both the portions and prices are generous. Come summer, a sofa on Dalva’s street terrace makes the perfect spot for a chilled glass of wine or cocktail.
48 rue d'Argout