Time Out says
This friendly restaurant offers international cuisine and a brilliant getaway from the bustling Paris crowds.
Everyone seems to be smiling at this colourful stop on the Rue Sainte-Marthe. And for good reason: it’s hard not to feel like you’re on holiday in some peaceful Mediterranean village when you're sitting out on Dixième Degré’s quaint, relaxing terrace.
To maintain that holiday feeling, order a mojito (€7) and the homemade guacamole (€6.50), but also make sure to sample whatever aperitifs they’re offering on the day (always made with fresh produce). As for mains, our Méga Burger with Reblochon was a little overcooked but still very pleasant, while a side of lightly browned potatoes was impeccable. A pot of homemade chilli sauce was one of the spiciest we’ve ever tasted, but fortunately, the yellowfin tuna tartare makes a fresh and soothing counterpart. To finish, an artisanal cherry digestif. Despite its central location, this is an excellent spot to get away from the bustling Paris crowds.
19 rue Sainte-Marthe
|Transport:||Metro: Colonel Fabien or Goncourt|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Sun 5pm-2am|