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Food and restaurants in 11th arrondissement of Paris

Top restaurants

French Restaurant
“Set up near Ménilmontant Métro station and nestled in a corner of Paris that’s quickly rising to become one of the city’s hip, modern hang-outs, you’ll find La Bellevilloise. By day, it’s an art and cultural center for exhibitions, film screenings, concerts and events, with a ambiently lit café. By night, it becomes a trendy indie clubbing experience. Believe it or not, the venue was the site of Paris’s first workers’ cooperative and has been an important cultural landmark since 1877. Today, the building has two levels, a terrace and sofas to snuggle on with friends.”
  • 560 locals recommend
Cocktail Bar
“People cross all the city to come to this 5 minute walk from the appartment bar ! One of the only rooftop in Paris. pretty expensive but it's a must go when the sun shines.”
  • 385 locals recommend
Cocktail Bar
“Speakeasy - go at the end of the taqueria and push the door. Carefull its a very small bar!”
  • 247 locals recommend
Cambodian Restaurant
“Well know restaurant with Cambodgian street food - small and cosy, fab food but can be quite busy, which is why they have opened a second Petit Cambodge just of Republique.”
  • 211 locals recommend
French Restaurant
“Septime is the best French restaurant, and certainly one of the best in the world. ”
  • 218 locals recommend
Bistro
“Good cheap option in the hippy neighborhood of Bastille. Very good for brunch on Saturdays and Sundays and nice cosy décor.”
  • 184 locals recommend
Trattoria/Osteria
“Very good Italian restaurant. You can also check the Big Mamma (same brand) on Rue du Faubourg Saint Antoine, 10 mn walking distance from the flat. No reservation. But worth the wait 😉”
  • 127 locals recommend
Music Venue
“La Maroquinerie's former life as a leather factory is little in evidence these days. It's now a bright café and bar in competition with La Bellevilloise, with a coveted downstairs concert venue that hosts the odd literary debate and a wealth of cool music acts. It's home to the Inrocks Indie Club nights, but there are still traces of its world music roots. The food is excellent - you can eat your way through the menu quite reasonably for around €25 - and wine sourced from across France starts at €3 a glass. The interior, with exposed brick, is cosy, and in summer chirpy locals invade the shaded terrace.”
  • 172 locals recommend

Cafes

Coffee Shop
“Lively street full of restaurants and bars. I avise you to go north, after the metro station "Parmentier".”
  • 171 locals recommend
Bistro
“In the neighborhood. Excellent place to watch the scene in the area. Buzzing and busy ”
  • 183 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Dive into the spirit of Belleville. Meet the locals. Enjoy a spectacular view on Paris, the Eifell towel and many more. Tip : perfect for the sunday brunch, having a drink in the evening, or for a romantic view of the sunset.”
  • 190 locals recommend
Bar
“Casual French cafe with patio dining serving traditional fare in stylish, airy environs. Friendly good value and tasty breakfast, lunch or dinner. Great happy hour drink. This bistrot is a drinking institution of the neighborhood. Outdoor seating. Live music some evenings.”
  • 149 locals recommend
Brasserie
“Generous French brasserie cuisine in a room with veranda and black and white checkered floor.”
  • 137 locals recommend
French Restaurant
“Great gastronomic tapas. For more details, check the website of "Le Fooding".”
  • 110 locals recommend
Bistro
“Great burgers and fries. Perfect place to take kids, and just a block from home.”
  • 84 locals recommend
Deli / Bodega
“next to merci, food from local producers in France. Best place to bring back food as gifts!”
  • 82 locals recommend

Bakeries

Pastry Shop
“one of the best bakery in Paris just around the corner. what else could i say? go taste it! ”
  • 91 locals recommend
Deli / Bodega
“next to merci, food from local producers in France. Best place to bring back food as gifts!”
  • 82 locals recommend
Bakery
“Eating your way through the best boulangeries in Paris is a natural part of any trip, but it’s only recently that the city has started to become a more welcoming place for its gluten-free visitors. Chambelland has been leading the charge and its perfectly airy breads, savory sandwiches, and delicate pastries rival any traditional bakery options. ”
  • 71 locals recommend
Bakery
“The BEST croissants in Paris (and pain au chocolat), close to Bastille or Ledru-Rollin Metro stations. Get one and eat it in the square just opposite.”
  • 68 locals recommend
Tea Room
“The time stops at Carette in front of the beautiful place des vosges. A bit expensive but a nice way to have a cafe/breakfast in the heart of le Marais.”
  • 61 locals recommend
Chocolate Shop
“the best chocolate shop in paris, amazing basilic chocolate, possible to have a hot chocolate inside the shop or just to buy the best chocolates ever, about 5 min walk from home”
  • 54 locals recommend
Pastry Shop
“Pastry my dear - world-class cakes, croissants, macarons, etc - there is a reason for the long queue!”
  • 43 locals recommend
Bakery
“One of the best boulangeries in Paris. The bread, the pastries... Get everything.”
  • 49 locals recommend