The best restaurants in Paris Latin Quarter

From Saint-Germain to Odéon without forgetting Saint-Michel, Mabillon and even Saint-Sulpice, here’s the crème de la crème of the restaurants in Paris Latin Quarter! To stuff your face, follow the guide!

It’s easy to get lost in the Latin Quarter, there are so many things to do and see. These long walks easily whet the appetite. Good news, this Parisian area doesn’t lack tasty addresses. To stuff your face, keep reading, you’ll find the best restaurants in Paris Latin Quarter!

Kodawari
For a total Japanese immersion, head to a restaurant hidden in Paris Odéon neighborhood, the Kodawari Ramen. On the menu? A unique atmosphere worthy of the best Yokocho in Tokyo and delicious ramen cooked like in the Land of the Rising Sun. We love it!

Kodawari Ramen Paris

KBG
David Ly decided to mix Korean and French flavors, add his whim and modernity to traditions, while playing on spices and subtleties. The outcome: recipes are inventive, sophisticated, and the plates are always more surprising!

KBG : Korean Barbecue Grill

Shinseki
Within walking distance from Saint-Germain covered market, Shinseki offers you to come and enjoy a traditional and inventive Japanese cuisine accompanied by a wine list full of great French vintages.

Shinseki : nouveau restaurant japonais à Saint Germain des Près

Margherita
At Margherita, conviviality is the watchword. From the starter, we discover cooks who are available and close to their clients, revealing their secrets when it comes to the pizzas they cook in their open-plan kitchen: a stock room reveals Margherita’s treasures, charcuteries and cheese coming straight from Italy, that you can find on boards, in pastas and pizzas.

Margherita Restaurant Paris

Bistrot Family
Bistrot Family aims at being a French-American family address thought up by Rémi Lebon and Dimitri Labaye, to whom, we owe the bistro Chez Fernand. Here, they promise us a tasty quality cuisine thanks to a varied menu with fresh products, the whole in a laid-back and relaxed atmosphere.

Bistrot family - baba

The Butchers of Paname
Vegan-eaters, stop reading this article now! In this restaurant nestled on rue de l’Ecole de Médecine, meat is given pride of place! Without forgetting a wonderful selection of wines to perfectly pair with your dish. The atmosphere is very laid-back, the place delicious. Here’s for meat lovers!

The Butchers of Paname

Le Méchoui du Prince
Le Méchoui du Prince is a Moroccan restaurant in Paris where we feel really… like a prince. Here, you enjoy a genuine Moroccan cuisine, a flavorful and hearty cuisine that makes us feel like travelling!

Le Méchoui du Prince, le restaurant marocain qui envoûte les papilles

Figue & Olive
At Figue et Olive, everything is in the name! you’re offered a cuisine mixing Tunisian and Italian specialties… Rush to Paris 5th arrondissement for a complete Mediterranean meal!

Figue et Olive : restaurant italo/tunisien

 

Rizhlaine F.
Last updated on 21 June 2018

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