The largest and liveliest of Paris' new wave of barista-run coffee shops, this soulful hangout features distressed decor and a serious...
This darling dining room, anchored by the vintage corkscrew staircase in the back and an open kitchen facing the street, offers one of...
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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.