Well then, are you looking for a tasty seafood restaurant? No matter if it’s for enjoying seafood or a good fish or the famous fish and chips, we rummaged through Paris to offer you a selection of top gourmet addresses. Oysters, caviar, taramasalata, grilled fish, whatever you’re looking for, you’ll find it. The best of ocean treasures are here.
Bulot Bulot: the sea counter by Etienne Ryckeboer in Paris
If sea air suits you and seafood satisfy your taste buds, meet now in Paris 18th arrondissement to discover the new sea counter by Etienne Ryckeboer in Paris. Its name? Bulot Bulot!
Comptoir du Caviar
Till now, Comptoir du Caviar was only for professionals. Today, in order to popularize the most prestigious sea flavors, the brand opens its first Parisian showroom in La Madeleine area.
Ostrea & Perdition: sea bar and hidden cocktail bar in Paris
A friendly oyster bar on the ground floor and a cocktail bar hidden underground? Sea Bar Ostrea and Perdition cocktail bar have come to Paris 1st arrondissement with a very cool concept to be discovered as soon as possible!
Polpo: the seafood brasserie by the Seine
Polpo is this ultra-trendy barge like a seafood brasserie that moored by the Seine in Levallois-Perret. A spot that looks like the Croisette and covering 600-sqm with a wonderful view on the Île de la Jatte.
Grand Bistro Breteuil by Dorr
With its “Grand Bistro”, Garry Dorr welcomes you in the relaxing spirit of a family house. No matter if it’s for an everyday lunch, a business meeting or a family reunion, Dorr’s generous cuisine and fresh products will fulfill all needs.
Istr: a new oyster and cocktail bar in Paris
Istr is a new bar-restaurant moored in rue Notre-Dame de Nazareth in Paris 3rd arrondissement. On the menu: fleshy oysters, delightful cocktails, small and original dishes and natural wines – to be enjoyed at the counter or in a corner of the room papered with patterned wallpaper depicting big crabs and turnips.
Paris Le Bar à Huîtres: a formidable selection of oysters
Genuine institution in the Parisian landscape, Le Bar à Huîtres offer the greatest selection of this seafood in Paris. Fleshy, creamy, briny or copper, to each mouth its oyster.
When one loves wine as much as fish, one goes to Fichon! Set a stone’s throw from Paris 18th arrondissement hall, this restaurant specialized in fish treats us well: iodic dishes we wash down with a thoroughly selected wine.
La Reine Mer, the fish shop-restaurant fresher than fresh
La Reine Mer, here’s the name of this new fish shop-restaurant-caterer that opened in Paris 14th arrondissement. Fishes, crustaceans from small French fishermen, tasty products from sustainable fishing and nice gourmet recipes, here are what offers this new counter to delight true lovers of oysters, tartares, ceviche and other fresh fishes.
There are not many Parisian brasseries that can say they are 100 years old. It’s the case of the Le Vaudeville brasserie, a true institution set in Paris 2nd arrondissement, facing the Parisian Stock Exchange. With its classic Parisian brasserie dishes, seafood and crustaceans, Brasserie Vaudeville isn’t over fulfilling our taste buds.
At Nana Bistrot, fish bar in Paris 11th arrondissement, we enjoy marvelous dishes, based on thoroughly selected ingredients. Mostly inspired by Japanese cuisine, the chef of this marine bistro offers an explosive menu that changes every day, at lunchtime and dinnertime. The top and tasty address of the neighborhood.
Feel like experiencing a real Japanese restaurant, and a gastronomic one moreover? Orient Extrême welcomes you with open arms. On the menu, fishes of all kinds and in all forms: maki, sushi, sashimi, chirashi, steamed fish, grilled fish, pan-fried fish… the menu is delicious, the food is sophisticated. Your new favorite Japanese restaurant.