Quirky restaurants in Paris

Looking for a quirky and unusual restaurant in Paris? You want something new, spectacular, and something awe-inspiring in your plate? Enjoying a meal in a unique setting or context? For uncommon culinary experiences, keep reading!

There are some days, we just want to be surprised. Some days we feel like taking up some challenges. Days we want something new especially in our plates. Yes, there are days we simply feel like hitting a quirky restaurant! And it’s perfect since in Paris, there’s a lot to discover. What, when, where? To know where to go to meet your culinary needs, follow the guide!

Eating in the dark? A unique sensory experience to live out in Paris
Dans le Noir? The restaurant celebrates its 10th anniversary this year. Already acclaimed by over one million foodies from all over the world, the concept intrigues and calls out. Eating in total darkness, it’s surprising, disturbing and so exciting!

Manger dans le noir ? Une expérience sensorielle insolite à vivre à Paris 

O’Naturel, Paris first naturist restaurant
O’Naturel, here’s the name of the first restaurant in Paris where you can eat naked. Discreetly opened this Thursday November 2, this new place invites us to leave our clothes in the cloakroom before enjoying a bistronomic meal.

O'Naturel, le premier restaurant naturiste de Paris 

Fuumi, when sushi and burrito meet
Do you like Japanese cuisine? Do you like Mexican cuisine as much? You’ll love Fuumi that offers a very curious but oh-so delicious concept: the maki-burrito. A concept developed in the three restaurants in Paris 2nd arrondissement, 9th and 11th.

Restaurant Fuumi 

The first Maison de la Poutine in Paris
Quebec specialty par excellence, you can now enjoy poutine in Paris. Head to Maison de la Poutine near Montorgueil, the first spot devoted to this specialty likely to please fries and cheddar lovers!

La Maison de la Poutine 

Rural by Marc Veyrat in Paris
Marc Veyrat opens his very first restaurant in Paris! It’s within Palais des Congrès that opens Rural by Marc Veyrat, a great restaurant that takes us straight to Savoy. Think natural, authentic, friendly and hearty, here’s what to expect!

Le Rural by Marc Veyrat

Bidoche: the butcher’s shop hiding a meat restaurant in Paris
Vegan, pescatarian and vegetarian friends, please refrain from reading what follows! As its name says it, Bidoche promotes good meats coming from French terroirs and carefully selected by offering an original concept: a restaurant hidden behind a butcher’s shop!

Bidoche : la boucherie qui cache un restaurant à Paris 

Shandika, Sri-Lankan street food in Paris
Shandika is this new address that will have your taste buds travel. This Sri Lankan street food restaurant has just opened in Paris in the Montorgueil area and it aims at making you discover a cuisine that’s still unknown.

Shandika, le resto street food Sri Lankais 

Yikou, the French-Chinese restaurant with revisited dim sum
Yikou is a restaurant that creates a lovely blend of Chinese gastronomy and French ingredients. Come along and discover this super restaurant with an eclectic décor that promotes diversity in a delicious way. You’ll make short work of it!

Yikou, le resto de  

The Cure, the mood restaurant in Paris
The Cure is a brand-new restaurant in the 9th arrondissement of Paris offering you to eat in accordance with your mood and to correct it if need be. Food can play a major role on your state of mind. We don’t only eat to treat ourselves or to stay in shape but also to recover, be more serene…

The Cure Restaurant Paris 

Chilam, the excellent Mexican gastrobar restaurant in Paris
What if we treat ourselves with a beautiful immersion in the land of the Mayas? How about living an incredible culinary getaway in Mexico without leaving Paris? If you’re in, head to the Marais neighborhood and push the doors of Chilam Gastrobar to discover its delicious tacos, acclaimed by the well-considered connoisseurs!

Chilam : l’excellent Gastrobar mexicain de la capitale 

Miss Ko, restaurant and bar designed by Starck
Miss Ko is a place that looks like: a curiosity bar, a trendy store, a gallery, a grocery store, a pastry store, a tea parlor and a restaurant that is now opening in Paris 8th arrondissement. Come along and discover this new Asian cuisine concept in an atypical setting designed by Philippe Starck.

Les délices du Miss Kô

L’Improbab’, the quality revisited kebab in Paris
A kebab, of course, but quality kebab please. L’Improbab’ is the new fast good in Paris 9th arrondissement likely to seduce foodies. Everything is homemade based on fresh products with original recipes the whole cooked on order, we love it.

L'ImproBab', le Kebab revisité de qualité à Paris 

Après, the ''Jungle'' table at Kube Hotel Paris
Nestled in a quiet street out of the hustle and bustle of La Chapelle, Kube Hôtel Paris new restaurant revisits dishes from yesteryear in a luxuriant nature.

Après, la table à l'esprit  

Bus Toqué, a tasty restaurant with an incredible view of Paris
Bus Toqué offers you to discover the most beautiful corners in Paris while being comfortably seated in an ultra-design bus. Whether it’s for lunch, a romantic aperitif or a dinner, Bus Toqué promises you a delicious meal, and a table with a view.

Bus Toqué : les photos 

Pancake Sisters, pancakes in every shape and form!
At Pancake Sisters, one loves pancakes. Better than this, pancake is enjoyed for breakfast, lunch and dinner, in sweet or savory version, but always with fresh ingredients and original recipes, the whole in a friendly and eclectic atmosphere!

Pancake Sisters 

Touch’In Paris, the technologic bar-restaurant
Among the original restaurants, here’s one that sticks to the spirit of the times. Touch’In Paris that has just opened offers us a restaurant-bar with touch-in and interactive tables. At the digital era, where everyone swears by touch-in tablets, Touch’In Paris could be the place to be.

Bar-Restaurant Touch'In Paris 

Les Petits Rolls de Paris, the place to be for cordons bleus lovers
Cordons Bleus lovers have found their new place to be! Nestled in Paris 2nd arrondissement, Les Petits Rolls de Paris managed to revisit this major dish we used to eat as children, in the shape of a fried roll, easy to eat in the street. A very warm and friendly restaurant that will delight street-food enthusiasts.

Les Petits Rolls de Paris, le spot pour les amateurs de cordons bleus 

La Station Damrémont, the restaurant that looks like a metro station in Paris
Rolling since September 2017, La Station Damrémont is an address crazy about burgers that uses the code of the Parisian subway. The whole in the heart of the always moving 18th arrondissement.

La Station Damrémont

Les Résidents, the Parisian restaurant that renews every six months
Open earlier this year, Les Résidents has the particularity to see its chef change every six months. We have tasted the cuisine of the first resident, Mathieu Moity.

Les Résidents

Rizhlaine F.
Last updated on 12 July 2018

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