Chez Léna et Mimille
George Orwell's boarding house
Intimate, friendly alley with eight lanes and two entrances.
L’Epée de Bois
Even locals find it easy to miss the small doorway leading to rue Mouffetard’s little cinema, which screens art-house flicks such as...
Le Pot de Terre
This place was built in 1539, and legend has it that d’Artagnan and the musketeers slaked their thirst here between sword duels. The...
Lonely Planet review
One of Paris’ bonnes tables with a fabulous terrace, this intimate restaurant peeps down on a tiny park with fountain and comical equestrian statue. Its notably varied and choice-loaded menu, moreover, allows diners to decide just how fine or otherwise the experience will be. Fancy a simple plate of finely sliced Iberian salami over a lazy glass of wine? Or you want the whole multiple-course hog? Then the Menu Note à Note (€55), finely tuned to the culinary principles of molecular gastronomy, is an exquisite choice.