pluto77

Parisien Dining - Le Marais.  Any suggestions?

Discussion created by pluto77 on Feb 22, 2012
Latest reply on Nov 14, 2012 by gemprincess

Looking for suggestions for dining in Le Marais.  Here's my research for the 3rd/4th.  Haven't dined at any of them except for Chez Omar, which served up delicious North African fare.  If anyone has dined at any of these, please share your opinion.  I wouldn't consider any of these fancy dining, but they sounded good.  Again, this visit is going to be a tricky one, having such very young children along.

 

So.  Back to Le Marais... (sorry, no pics)

 

3rd. Arr.

 

Ami Louis

32 rue du Vertbois, just up the street from 50 rue Volta, corner of Volta/Vertbois

Wed - Sun. 12pm-1:30pm, 8pm-11pm

+33 1 4887 7748

 

 

404 (le)

69 rue de Gravilliers, off of rue Turbigo, down from rue Reaumur

Morrocan, great for authentic northern African food, sights and sounds.

+33 1 4274 5781

 

Amici Miei

53 blvd beaumarchais

North of Place des Voges, btwn rue des France-borgeois

+33 1 4271 8262

Mon-Sun 12pm-2:30pm, ?:30pm-11pm

Sardinian provencial Italian, noisy crowded, 20 varieties pizza, good pasta.

 

Chez Omar

47 rue de Bretagne

+33 1 4272 3626

Best North African food in Paris

Arrive wel l before 8pm to be seated promptly.  Very popular.

Mon-Sat 12pm-2:30pm, Mon-Sun, 7pm-11:30pm

 

Chez Jenny

39 blvd du Temple, metro  Rue Rambuteau

+33 1 4454 3900

Quiet, peaceful Alsace regional food, sausage, potatoes, pork, sauerkraut

Not to be confused with rue du Temple.  Go up rue de Turbigo to Place de la Republique,

Right to end of place, then right on blvd du Temple, right side.

Mon-Sun, 12pm-1am

 

Le Vertbois

38 rue du vertbois, right up on the corner from rue Volta!

+33 1 4271 6695

Village life remains in Paris.  Café, simple menu, fresh, friendly, warm

 

I didn't include Nicolas Flamel, but am aware of that one.

 

Thanks.

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