Paris Community Guide

Travel guide to Paris, France by Trippin Community
Paris

Paris Community Guide

Paris is a city of a thousand faces, romantic and modern. Parisians navigate everyday through profound culture and history. The city has always been a haven for the creatives of the world, from jazz artists of Saint-Germain-des-près, to the Beaux-Arts painters, sketching on the Quais in front of the Louvre and to the designers of the Marais neighbourhood, through to the youth of Pigalle and Barbes who stay reinventing the city. With help from Daniel Groh, check out our Community guide to Paris.

DREAMIN MAN

"If you're up early with some extra time to spare, head over to Dreamin Man to visit owner/barista Yui and get (what we would say) one of the best coffees in Paris. Oh and get the scone too"

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Miznon

Embrace the chaos and be sure to try the beef bourguignon pita, as well as the legendary roasted cauliflower

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Le Potager de Charlotte

Le Potager de Charlotte serves seasonal and local vegan produce in innovative ways. Whatever you choose, rest assured that you’ll be leaving a more positive impact on the environment than many of the less sustainable restaurants in Paris

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Vivant 2

A restaurant for those who like an intimate experience with their food. Be prepared to have dishes recommended, explained, prepared and served right before your very eyes

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El Nopal

Who doesn’t love tacos? No one! This is the go to lunch spot if you're in the neighbourhood. They always change up the menu with daily specials so best to head over and check it out. It’s takeaway only, but don’t stress, Canal Saint Martin is right around the corner so just post up there. Say hello to Manu when you head over

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Le Servan

A proper foodie spot - make sure you book a table well in advance as its super popular

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Clamato

One of Paris’ best seafood restaurants. Be sure to try one of their orange wines if you’re feeling adventurous

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Pink Mamma

Pizza and pasta as delicious as the decor - try anything with truffle on it

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Urfa Durum

The best Turkish sandwich in town: inexpensive and incomparable (AND they make their own pitta on site)

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Pontochoux

Probably the best kept secret. No fancy words needed for this joint - Japanese curry done well. Super small so get in early or expect to wait. The Pork Katsu Curry is my go to. The Karaage Donburi has a special place in my heart too

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Les Papilles

Les Papilles offers a 4-course set menu which changes every day, so be prepared to try new and totally delicious seasonal dishes

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The Broken Arm

Their selection never really fails to disappoint. Inside is a constant mix of high fashion and streetwear. It’s attached to their own café so if you’re looking for a bite before or after, it’s a nice place to catch a breath

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Résistance

With so many flaming drinks on the menu, it would be rude not to try one. However if you want something a bit less theatrical, then their signature mojito is certainly something to write home about

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