The best restaurants in the 11th arrondissement of Paris

A pleasant district with a thousand faces, the 11th is full of good addresses! Cradle of theLights Workshopthe museum and the Arts and Crafts station or even the City of the Fig treefor a stroll or a cultural outing, there’s nothing like a trip to the 11th… But foodies will find just as much to enjoy in this corner in the heart of Paris, here are the best restaurants.

After having terrified the taste buds of all of Paris with the brasseries Bellanger and Dubillotthe New Guard triple the bet with the opening of the Martin Brewery last July. A vegetated terrace, honest recipes and a well-stocked cellar: there are of course all the assets that attract crowds and make the success of the group.

The Biscuit by Alain Ducasse

Definitely, Alain Ducasse has not finished delighting us in Paris. The three-starred chef, world monument of gastronomyopened a new address in the capital September 1st: The biscuit. Here, you will have understood, the biscuit is in the spotlight with the promise of a thirty exceptional recipesmade with the concern for quality and authentic taste that characterize the cuisine of this man who marked the menus of the greatest palaces.

The Biscuit by Alain Ducasse – 42 avenue de la Roquette, 75011

bidoche

Bidoche restaurant butcher Paris

In its back shop, the Bidoche butcher hides a restaurant. At the heart of a confidential dining room on the stone walls, a few meat lovers are seated. À la carte, we begin hostilities with copious charcuterie boards to share with our friends, around a good bottle of red. Then, back to the butcher’s area to choose THE piece that will end up in our bellies.

Bidoche – 7 Rue Jean-Pierre Timbaud, 75011 Paris

Pride

Restaurant Pride Paris
Pride Paris

Halfway between gourmet bistro and speakeasy gourmet, the restaurant Pride thought out its concept down to the smallest detail. In his mysterious and whimsical atmospherewe order using cards that look like divinatory tarot and treat yourself to the chef’s daring cuisine Eloy Spinner !

Pride, 6 Rue Popincourt, 75011 Paris

Impact Berliner

If you are a fan of kebabyou are not unaware that the doner has been on the rise for a few months. Served in a big crusty bread, the Berlin version of the meat sandwich drives all the gourmets of the capital crazy. And if more and more of them are getting started, few establishments can offer a Berliner as does Impact !

Impact Berliner Kebap – 119, rue du Chemin-Vert, 75011

Unico

argentinian restaurant unico
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Emblem of the quasi-religious culture of asado, Unico shines on both sides of the Seine thanks to two Parisian addresses acclaimed by local residents. On the right bank side, the meat lovers paradise is located rue Paul-Bert. In a setting 70swe taste the best of the Argentinian meat. Ribs, tenderloin, rib steak or flank steak: the tastiest cuts of beef have been selected and put on the establishment’s menu!

Unico- 15, rue Paul Bert, 75011

East Side Burger

Cheap, delicious, and vegetarian (therefore a little healthier to keep our summer bodysuits). What more ? Even the name comes straight out of the US of A. In addition to burgers, you’ll find other classics from our American friends: hot dogs, “nuggets”, coleslaw, cheesecakes… Something for everyone.

East Side Burger, 60 Boulevard Voltaire, 75011

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