La Savoyarde restaurant really looks the Parisian part. Set down a small side street of the historic Latin Quarter, near the Seine and iconic Notre Dame, it has an irresistibly old fashioned wood façade - decorated with gold lettering and lamps. Inside is as cosy as you’d hope. Couples, friends and families sit snugly around neat tables filled with wine and water glasses and half-empty bread baskets. La Savoyarde specialises in traditional hearty French peasant food from the French Alps, so expect a simple, old-fashioned and filling meal, best matched with a rich red.
Food is served after 10.30pm at La Savoyarde, so if you’re hungry late at night in the Latin Quarter, you can tell your friends you know of somewhere great to go.