Le Petit Dakar
This museum in Hôtel de Donon brings together oil paintings, pastels, sculpture, objets d’art, jewellery, porcelain and furniture from...
Bibliothèque Historique de la Ville de Paris
Continue north on rue Pavée (Paved Street), the first cobbled road in Paris. At No 24 stands Hôtel Lamoignon, built between 1585 and...
This enormous museum, subtitled Histoire de Paris (History of Paris), is housed in two hôtels particuliers : the mid-16th-century...
Housed in the beautiful 16th-century Hôtel de Marle, this gorgeous cafe in the Swedish Cultural Institute lures Parisians like bees to a...
L’As du Felafel
The lunchtime queue stretching halfway down the street from this place says it all! This Parisian favourite, 100% worth the inevitable...
Lonely Planet review
Many consider this to be the most authentic Senegalese restaurant in Paris, and its tiéboudienne (rice, fish and vegetables; €18) – served Fridays and Saturdays – is definitely worth a return trip. It also runs cooking courses should you have the urge to cook the same back home.