Restaurants reviews

Restaurants reviews
cassoulet at L'Assiette

BP take: Simply put, this is one of our favorite bistrots in Paris. The 14th arrondissement still retains the air of "the Paris of Parisians"-- an authentic neighborhood of living, working urbanites who enjoy...

Le Taillevent-- created in 1946 by André Vrinat and subsequently directed by his son Jean-Claude (who went to the great restaurant in the sky in 2008)-- is located on a quiet street near the Arc...

Recently opened, Juvia (meaning "full of joy") replaces the Bar 105 with cool colonial style decor by Bettina Irlandini. In the kitchen is Guillaume Delage-- who you may remember from his time with Michelin-starred chefs...
"Miel de Corse" dessert

BP take: It was a dark and stormy night when we arrived at 10 Avenue d'Iéna. Umbrellas were pointless against the relentless rain- falling in sheets as the wind lashed the Paris streets. What...
Restaurant Astier, Paris

BP take: Astier is a legendary institution in Paris- and a long-time favorite for the writers at Bonjour Paris. This is the way a classic bistrot should be: a convivial ambiance, cheery staff, quality...
Maison Blanche Paris

BP take: There’s an old adage that any restaurant with great views will have bad, overpriced food. We’re happy to report that that’s not the case at Maison Blanche, the chic eatery that’s perched atop the...
114 Faubourg, Paris

BP take: Located inside Le Bristol-- the famous palace hotel on rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, this brasserie was awarded a Michelin star in 2013. (Le Bristol is also home to Epicure, chef Eric Frechon's Michelin...
Restaurant Pages, Paris

BP take: When Pages first opened in the 16th arrondissement in Fall 2014, the city’s esteemed food critics unanimously clamored, "the sensation of la rentrée!" Not far from the avenue Kléber and the Arc de...
Chef Julien Boscus at Les Climats

BP take: A meal at Les Climats checks off all the boxes for a memorable dining experience. The dining room is absolutely beautiful; inside a Belle Epoque building that used to serve as a...
Terroir Parisien

BP take: Yannick Alléno, the renowned Michelin three-star chef, opened this excellent bistro in the Latin Quarter with the mission of offering classic French dishes made with as much seasonal local produce as possible. Meals display...
Les Papilles, Paris

BP take: A tiny, unpretentious neighborhood bistrot, wine shop and gourmet grocery in the Latin Quarter—the name means taste buds. The excellent, reasonably-priced four-course dinner menu offers dishes like artichoke soup with foie gras...
Sola restaurant, Paris

BP take: Just steps from Notre-Dame cathedral, Sola is a coveted address: one you need to book as far in advance as you can. Japanese chef Hiroki Yoshitake has earned a Michelin star for his exquisitely...