Two-floor gallery specialising in contemporary photography exhibits, with ties to Magnum Photos. It's not central, but there's an...
This large cafe-brasserie founded in 1892 is celebrated for its oysters. Great people-watching and friendly service.
Charlot, Roi des Coquillages
‘Charlot, the King of Shellfish’ is an art-deco palace that is one of the best places in town for no-nonsense seafood. The platters and...
65 rue de Douai, 9e · interesting places nearby
Crêperie Pen-Ty information
Hailed as the best crêperie in northern Paris, Pen-Ty is worth the detour – but be sure to book ahead. Need to brush up on Breton Cuisine 101? A galette is a savoury crêpe made from buckwheat flour; a regular crêpe is sweet and made from white flour. Hit the take-away window if you can't get a table.