Paris Update: Where We Ate

There really is an overwhelmingly large offering of new hot spots and old faves to choose from in Paris, so much so that it can be quite the call on where to eat!
Let us help you navigate your next trip to the City of Light with our favourite meals from our recent trip.

Balagan

This modern Israeli restaurant in the 1st is most definitely one of our favourites. Start with their bread and dips and make sure to end with the 'crashed' dessert (trust us)! This place can be chaos, but in all the right ways.
Plus, if your looking for a before-or-after dinner drink, there is a cosy hidden bar out the back serving wonderful wines and inventive cocktails - yum!

Coco

This newcomer located in the Opera Garnier is both easy on the palate and the eye! Make sure to start your night with one of their original, signature cocktails, before dining on a menu of classic French with a modern twist. 
You may be lucky and be treated to some incredible live music, but either way, the romantic lighting and spectacular setting make this the perfect Paris night out.

Hotel Costes

A Parisian institution in the heart of Rue Saint Honore, Hotel Costes has long been our go-to for a quick yet indulgent lunch in between meetings in the area. You'll find a menu of French classics and the most delicious bread basket. Make sure to keep your eyes peeled, as you're bound to spot a famous face or two.

BigLove

We adore this 100% gluten free Italian eatery (we dare you to be able to tell though!). Lively, packed, inexpensive, delicious and quick, if you're looking for a low-key location for dinner look no further than BigLove in the Marais. Serving up yummy Italian food, we can't go past a giant pizza and glass of red. You'll want to make sure you're there 15 minutes before opening as this place has a queue every night.

Anahi

If you're looking for an amazing steak with a side of the best mashed potatoes (with truffle anyone), look no further than Anahi. This tiny restaurant in the Marais serves up delicious Argentinian food all night long. Make sure to try the tostaditas to start and leave room for the dessert - souffle anyone?!


Feel free to contact us for specific tips on the cities we frequently visit, we love sharing our special places!

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