W ell-received independent language school with two-/four-week intensive courses of four hours’ instruction a day for €410/695; evening...
Aux Deux Amis
From the well-worn, tiled floor to the day’s menu scrawled in marker on the vintage mirror behind the bar (two-/three-course lunch menu...
Pierre Sang Boyer
Top Chef finalist Pierre Sang Boyer stars at his kitchen restaurant where foodies sit on bar stools and watch the French-South Korean...
13 rue Ternaux · interesting places nearby
Le Villaret information
A twinset of boxed bay leaf trees herald the entrance to this discreet neighbourhood bistro that gets packed out with a wealthy suited clientele at lunchtime. Indeed diners are said to cross Paris to sample Le Villaret’s rich specialities such as velouté de cèpes (mushroom soup) and jarret de veau à la poudre foie gras (veal shank sprinkled with foie gras).