You want a delicious restaurant in Paris 17th arrondissement? It’s perfect since we’re happy to share nice addresses with you. And the least we can say is that this Parisian neighborhood doesn’t lack excellent restaurants suiting all budgets. From the small local gem to the smart addresses, whether it’s near Ternes, Batignolles, Monceau or Pereire, we’ve selected you the best of Paris 17th arrondissement restaurants!
Mamma Primi offers great quality products coming straight from Italian producers. In addition to the famous cooked in a wood-fired oven, the Parma DOP 24 Mesi ham, the creamy Burrata and even Paris biggest burrata (500g for 4 persons for €32), Mamma Primi decided to emphases the “Primi Piatti”.
Tired of looking for tasty addresses with a vegan offer in Paris? Don’t panic, Super Vegan is here to help! Nestled in Paris 17th arrondissement, this restaurant offers a 100% vegan experience.
If you are looking for a tantalizing address with Mexican hints, head to Paris 17th arrondissement, a stone’s throw from the Arc de Triomphe and enter restaurant Oxte.
La Cantine du Troquet
La Cantine du Troquet is now definitely part of the Parisian gourmet landscape. Clearly recognizable with its bright red sign, Christian Etchebest’s restaurants keep on conquering the French capital by opening a new address in the 17th arrondissement. Welcome to La Cantine du Troquet Pereire.
Among Lou Bistrot specialties, you have the terrine based on pork belly seasoned with pepper and pistachio, the chestnut soup, hazelnut espuma, cod crumble and butternut purée, rib steak, homemade French fries and its sauce of the month to end with the exotic fruit minestrone, citrus fruit sorbet and the chocolate cake with its orange coulis.
Rural by Marc Veyrat
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!
Vincent, Flo and Edouard, 3 life-long friends, have decided to put their concept down in Paris 17th arrondissement. Coming from Normandy, they wanted to create their business in tribute to their grand-fathers, “dad”. This is why they opened the place, Café Dad, and made it a place where one’s feel at home.
James Bun is a lovely Vietnamese canteen that settled down within walking distance from Place de Clichy. Delicious Bo-buns, eggrolls, sandwiches to take out or to enjoy on the spot at any time of the day, in its bubbly atmosphere featuring a sunny terrace.
Aux Saveurs du Marché
Within walking distance from Place de l’Etoile and avenue des Ternes, the restaurant Aux Saveurs du Marché offers a quality French cuisine.
Lovers of tasty Italian cuisine go to Little Nonna, a restaurant in Paris 17th arrondissement that offers recipes taken from the chef Marco Casali’s grand-mother’s ancient grimoire. A cuisine likely to please everyone since it’s gluten-free.
About every six months, a new chef comes to take the helm in the kitchen, for guests’ greatest happiness especially when they are looking for culinary experiences.
After Ma Biche, here’s Mon Loup! The two friends and associates, Serge and Pascal, gave birth to their second gourmet address in Paris this past February 2018. On the menu? Quality and local ingredients, lovingly cooked for a guaranteed gustative and without fuss pleasure!