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The best tapas and small plates in Paris

Snack and sip at these trendy small plates restaurants, serving everything from Portuguese cheeses to briny oysters

Tapas might be thought of as a Spanish art but Paris has quickly caught onto the small plates trend - no longer are salted peanuts the only option for snacking while you drink. The city is bursting with trendy joints which put as much thought into satisfying our hunger, as quenching our thirst. Not to mention that Parisian stronghold: wine bars serving quality charcuterie and cheese. Prepare to have your tastebuds tickled by the best small plates spots in Paris.

Le Mary Céleste

What should I order? Oysters or other less fishy tapas dishes with one of their zingy cocktails.

Where?
 
1 rue Commines, 3rd

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L’avant comptoir du marché

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What should I order? All things big (pâtés, terrines, rillettes, fried pig's ears) and some good wine.

Where? 14 rue Lobineau, 6th

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6th arrondissement

Palissade

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What should I order? Chorizo squid and seaweed coulis, octopus with olives, bone marrow and pâté, accompanied by one of their delicious and surprising cocktails.  

Where? 36 rue de Sambre-et-Meuse, 10th

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10th arrondissement

La méduse

What should I order? Delicious mezcal cocktails and a few well-balanced, bistronomic small plates. 

Where? 177 quai de Valmy, 10e

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10th arrondissement

Pássarito

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What should I order? The best Portuguese products, like sardines on toast or the uber-creamy Serra da Estrela cheese, washed down with excellent Portuguese wine.

Where? 10 rue des Goncourt, 11th

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11th arrondissement

Bespoke

What should I order? Croquettas, calamari, burrata, fried chicken - washed down with some super cocktails. 

Where? 3 rue Oberkampf, 11th

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11th arrondissement

Squatt Wine Shop

What should I order? Incredible Italian products like burrata – soft and marvellously creamy, with crushed nuts, basil and olive oil, washed down with Italian rosé (the best we've ever tried).

Where? 112 rue de la Roquette, 11th

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11th arrondissement

Pasdeloup

What should I order? The delicious food-cocktail pairings concocted by the chefs and barmen. 

Where? 108 rue Amelot, 11e

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11th arrondissement

SUNSET

What should I order? Small plates between €5 and €10, such as pork pâté in a crispy filo parcel, fresh hake and chips and home made beef ravioli in a smoky sauce. Pick one of their artisanal beers, house cocktails or wines. 

Where? 100 rue Ordener, 18th

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18th arrondissement

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Clotilde G
Clotilde G

The surroundings of Saint Paul metro are also full of good little addresses (Bodega 64, Casa San Pablo, etc.)

And, after having well eating, go to the Double Fond, a magic bar in every senses...