The Colette Dining Guide To Paris

June 17, 2017

We enlisted born and bred Parisienne Sarah Andelman, co-founder and creative director of Colette, to be our tour guide to the best bites and sites in the area.


52 Rue de Richelieu

Despite it’s location in the Palais-Royal, Verjus is truly an American in Paris—the food is inventive and the atmosphere is cozy, unpretentious, yet decidedly chic. Try the tasting menu in the dining room, or adjourn to the more casual wine bar below.


34 Rue de Richelieu

Ellsworth, just down the street from Verjus, is a more savory destination, featuring elevated spins on comfort classics (the fried chicken is a favorite). What Ellsworth really excels at is brunch; Though it’s known to be packed on Sundays, it is absolutely worth the wait.

Gyoza Bar

56 Passage des Panoramas, 75002

A destination for any gyoza lover travelling in Paris (or anybody looking to try them). The Japanese eatery has a limited menu, all the better for indecisive diners—and is perfect for a quick bite.

Restaurant Clover

5 Rue Perronet, 75007

This bistro by Jean-François Piège is perfect for those looking for a quintessentially French dining experience, boasting updated dishes and classic items alike. Indulge in mussels or maigre, with a glass of champagne.


5 Rue Villedo, 75001

For a larger Japanese menu, Kunitoraya delivers with a ride range of Far East favorites, from udon to natto to shrimp tempura.


Header image – Sarah Andelman photographed in Paris via The Rivet Press.


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