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 Ramen: Japan in full heart of Paris
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!
The Butchers of Paname: the place to be for meat lovers
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 Cod House, the Japanese tapas bar in Paris
Like Izakaya bars Japanese style, The Cod House is a new place of life in Paris 6th arrondissement where it feels good to stop by to sip a wonderful cocktail and eat tapas-like dishes. Japanese-French dishes as good as original are yours. To taste asap!
Le Méchoui du Prince, the Moroccan restaurant in Paris to enchant your taste buds
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 Choupinet, the new brasserie near the Jardin du Luxembourg
Open earlier in June, Le Choupinet is a brand-new brasserie set across the Jardin du Luxembourg. It serves typically French bistro gastronomy in a warm and modern atmosphere.
La Terrasse de Madame, a new restaurant in the heart of the Jardin du Luxembourg
La Terrasse de Madame is the new gourmet headquarters in the Jardin du Luxembourg to enjoy the summer sun all day long!
Figue et Olive: the Italian-Tunisian restaurant in Paris
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!
Mordu, the new table at Marché Saint-Germain
Near Marché Saint-Germain has just opened a brand-new table. Called Mordu, it serves small plates to share, nice meat dishes and creation cocktails to enjoy on the nice and green terrace.