Yoga is quite popular among Parisians; if you’re in Paris for an extended stay you should be able to locate neighbourhood classes fairly...
The largest and liveliest of Paris' new wave of barista-run coffee shops, this soulful hangout features distressed decor and a serious...
Bistrot des Faubourgs
A tiny 1920s-style bistro with chequerboard floor, red banquettes and an oak-and-tin bar, this local fave fills up in the blink of an...
Lonely Planet review
This homely place, which almost feels like a buzzy café (especially on weekend nights), specialises in Spain’s most famous culinary export – though it does a mean zarzuela de pescado (Spanish ‘bouillabaisse’; €27) as well. The paella is cooked to order so count on at least a 30-minute wait and don’t overdo the tapas.