Comptoir de la Gastronomie
A regular in Elle and other French glossies, this recently overhauled spa lounging in a medieval wine cellar with old stone walls and...
Just north of the gardens snuggling up to the city’s old marketplace, now the bustling Forum des Halles, is one of the most beautiful...
Le Cochon à l’Oreille
A Parisian bijou, this heritage-listed hole-in-the wall retains its belle époque tiles with market scenes of Les Halles and just eight...
This bakery was opened in 1730 by the Polish pastry chef of queen consort Marie Leczinska (wife of Louis XV). Specialities include its...
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Lonely Planet review
This elegant épicerie fine (specialist grocer) stocks a scrumptious array of gourmet goods to take away (particularly in the foie-gras department); it adjoins a striking art-nouveau dining room dating to 1894.