Petite Ceinture du 15e
Opened in late 2013, this former railway corridor of Paris' historic Petite Ceinture steam railway stretches for 1.3km, with biodiverse...
École Le Cordon Bleu
One of the world’s foremost culinary arts schools.
La Cave de l’Os à Moëlle
Warming the cockles with a vin chaud (mulled wine) and pain d’épice (honey spiced bread) around a wine-barrel-turned-table on the...
Les Trois Garçons
Service can be hit-and-miss but the blackboard-chalked menu – crab and avocado millefeuille, tartare, cod with tapenade – is more hit...
Lonely Planet review
This classy, crimson-fronted neobistro on the corner of a very unassuming street remains one of Paris’ most revered (ie reserve in advance). Traditional French dishes pack a modern punch thanks to risk-taking young chef Guillaume Delage. The lunch menu is extraordinarily good value and the chocolate soufflé – order it at the start of your meal – is divine.