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The best restaurants in Paris, including restaurant reviews and editors’ picks

The best restaurants for meat-lovers in Paris
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The best restaurants for meat-lovers in Paris

Satisfy all your carnivorous cravings.

The best international brunches in Paris
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The best international brunches in Paris

Brunch is even better when served with a side order of escapism.

The best Vietnamese restaurants in Paris
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The best Vietnamese restaurants in Paris

Bo bun, steaming bowls of pho and crispy nems.

The best afternoon tea in Paris
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The best afternoon tea in Paris

From quintessential eclairs and macaroons, to classic English scones and jam, here are the best addresses for afternoon tea in Paris to get your cake on.

The best Lebanese restaurants in Paris
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The best Lebanese restaurants in Paris

First-rate falafel, mouthwatering meats and heart-stopping hummus.

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radioeat
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radioeat

Eric Wapler and chef Thierry Bassard join forces to create radioeat, a new restaurant in Maison de la Radio. 

Balagan
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Balagan

Sexy and transportative dishes from the Experimental Group.

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5 out of 5 stars
Les Grands Verres
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Les Grands Verres

Palais de Tokyo - Paris’ seat of contemporary art - often divides opinion. From stark minimalism to outlandish "what is it?" creations, exhibitions often conjure a love-it or hate-it reaction. Would Les Grands Verres, the institution's latest foray into cuisine, have the same result? On paper, it seems to be a winner in teaming up with Quixotic Projects (the innovative group behind bars and restaurants Candelaria, Glass, Mary Celeste and Hero) and Lina Ghotmeh for the design. With 170 covers, the space already has one thing in common with the exhibitions - it’s giant. A sea of hanging lightbulbs, light wooden tables, artisanal crockery - Les Grands Verres is divided into two. Intimate box-style seating fills the first section, with the bar to the right and kitchen to the left. Beyond, there are larger, open plan tables with a more convivial spirit. The crowd is chic but diverse; couples, big groups of friends, and families. Given the location near big attractions and arty types that Palais de Tokyo brings in, you can envisage all sorts here. Right, onto the serious stuff. It's classed as Neo-Mediterranean, although the menu seems open to artistic interpretation. Mussels with Indian spices, celery and parsley butter; fattoush salad; a whole baked artichoke. We plumped for the fresh sounding melons and tomatoes - a colour pop of watermelon, yellow, black and red tomatoes, and honeydew melon. Pollock-flicked with bright green olive oil, it’s a masterpiece on the plate and in

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4 out of 5 stars
Breizh Café, Odeon
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Breizh Café, Odeon

If Café de Flore is synonymous for the croque monsieur, then BREIZH Café is renowned for the galette. The history of the Breton institution begins in Japan, not France. After opening the country’s first crêperie - Le Bretagne - in the Kagurazaka neighborhood of Tokyo, then two more in Yokohama and Kawasaki, the word BREIZH was the international marker point for an excellent crêpe. In 2006 the name finally came to Paris with the Marais opening steadfastly popular with locals and die-hard Japanese fans. Starting the now popular wave of no-reservations, BREIZH Marais is famed for its snaking queue*, well before opening.  More chains arrived, including Saint-Malo and Cancale in France, and a cider bar in Japan, proving that BREIZH Café hasn’t lost it’s touch. Now, BREIZH Cafe Odéon arrives, can it replicate the success of the Marais outpost? Do we need another crêperie in Paris? Well, yes, when they’re done this well. Top quality trimmings like succulent ham inside the classic fried egg and Shiitake mushrooms; decadent langoustines paired with spinach, leeks and Comte cheese; or a rich blend of ham, truffle and cauliflower purée. Some come in a typical galette, others in a new Breizh roll - which is, as you might fathom, a rolled galette, chopped up into morsels. There’s a nod to Japan in the form of the Breizh Tsukemono made with fermented vegetables, and a crêpe Suzette flambéed in Yuzu and matcha ice cream for dessert. And if you’re not into crêpes (not 100% sure why you’d

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4 out of 5 stars

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Wine and spirits
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Wine and spirits

Where to stock up on the good stuff.

Organic markets in Paris
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Organic markets in Paris

’Bio’ produce is unquestionably on the up and up in France, with fashionable menus gasping to emphasise their additive-free meat, locally sourced veg and 'natural' wine lists. You might find that the craze for all things organic hasn't quite filtered down to your local corner shop, though, so in the mean time these lovely markets are a lifeline for ethically conscious cooks.

The best hot chocolates in Paris
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The best hot chocolates in Paris

Banish those memories of milky bedtime cocoa.

The best cheese shops in Paris
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The best cheese shops in Paris

More than just a few fantastic fromageries.

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Dining alone in Paris

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