Mosquée Noor E Islam
One of St-Denis' most iconic buildings, the Grande Mosquée dominates the centre with its tall minaret. Its cool white-and-green interior...
This colonial structure dating from the 1830s was the family home of former French prime minister Raymond Barre and the birthplace of...
A funky drinking spot right in the centre. The streetside terrace allows for a dash of people-watching. Food is only so-so. Tapas are...
Perlin Pain Pain
Hands-down the best bakery-deli in St-Denis, with a tantalising array of brioches, croissants, macatias (a variety of bun), sandwiches,...
41 Rue Pasteur · interesting places nearby
Le Zanzibar information
Part bar, part restaurant, this 'tropical bistro' is the hang-out of well-connected locals and serves devilishly good tropical potions. Feeling peckish? Keep up your strength with a tuna tartare or a homemade burger.