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Budget[edit]

  • Le Grenier de Notre Dame, 18 rue de la Bûcherie (Métro: St. Michel), +33 1 43 29 98 29. A vegetarian restaurant with a great selection including a number of vegan items, the Grenier is, as the name suggests, just around the corner from the cathedral. The English-speaking staff is super friendly. Dinner ''menus'' start at 12 €.  edit
  • Jardin des Pâtes, 4 rue Lacépède (Métro: Monge), +33 1 43 31 50 71. Open every day from noon to 2:30PM and 7PM to 11PM.. The range of pasta dishes is just fantastic at this cute little restaurant tucked away near the Jardin des Plantes. Although some meat dishes are served there is a huge range of choice for vegetarians as well. Menus around 12€.  edit

Mid-range[edit]

  • Ambiance De L'Inde, 12 Rue Thouin, +33 1 40 46 03 76 (), [1]. Daily. Indian/Pakistani with many vegan dishes.  edit
  • Le Volcan, 10, rue Thouin (Near to rue Descartes), +33 1 46 33 38 33, [2]. Tuesday-Sunday 12PM-11PM. Serves delicious traditional French dishes in a welcoming environment. Excellent service. The set meals are very varied and represent superb value. 25€ per person without wine.  edit
  • Chez Ernest, 31, rue de la parcheminerie (Métro Cluny-Sorbonne). Very nice little restaurant in a small side-street. Typical and less typical French food. Complete dinner, including beverages, for €25.  edit
  • Les cinq saveurs d'Anada, 72 rue du cardinal Lemoine, +33 1 43 29 58 54, [3]. Macrobiotic and vegitarian specialties, cooked mainly in the French tradition but with some fun additions from around the world. Lunch menu:€12 or €16; dinner plates for €14-€15.  edit
  • Kootchi, 40, Rue du Cardinal Lemoine (metro: Cardinal Lemoine), 01 44 07 20 56. Mon-Sat: 12pm-2:30pm, 7pm-10:30pm. Afghan cuisine, small and cosy, food is not too spicy, good value for money. Lunch menu: €9.20 or €12.20, dinner menu €15.50.  edit
  • Le Petit Prince de Paris, 12, rue de Lanneau (close to Pantheon), +33 1 43 54 77 26, [4]. Open every evening from 7:30PM to midnight (to 12:30AM Fri and Sat). A notably Parisian restaurant experience, but with friendly and warm service. Traditional French food (try the duck with feathers) and deliciously complicated sauces. Relaxed and uncrowded, but reserve in the morning for a weekend night. Reasonable wine selection. Set menu (starter+main) 16€-23€; extra 6€ for dessert.  edit

Splurge[edit]

  • Le Petit Pontoise, 9, rue de Pontoise - 75005 (Parallel with the separation of lle de la cite and lle de la Saint-Louis), 01 43 29 25 20. Open lunch and dinner. Nice restaurant with a homely feel, on a quiet street. Popular enough to have an 'also' section next door. Expatriate Americans mingle with native Parisians, and a few tourists. The food is of the local French standard (i.e. high) but does included vegetables, which many other non-tourist restaurants do not. The balance and spicing of the sauces is the main draw. The pig's cheeks stew is notably delicious - and one of the cheaper items to boot! Main courses for 18-28 euro, starters and desserts 7-11 euro, wine 20 euro/bottle up..  edit
  • La Tour d'Argent, 15-17 quai de la Tournelle (Métro: Cardinal Lemoine or St Paul), +33 1 43 54 23 31, [5]. For fat wallets La Tour d'Argent is a must-see. One of the oldest restaurants in Paris, located along the iSeine, it is famous for its duck recipes.  edit

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Budget[edit]

  • Le Grenier de Notre Dame, 18 rue de la Bûcherie (Métro: St. Michel), +33 1 43 29 98 29. A vegetarian restaurant with a great selection including a number of vegan items, the Grenier is, as the name suggests, just around the corner from the cathedral. The English-speaking staff is super friendly. Dinner ''menus'' start at 12 €.  edit
  • Jardin des Pâtes, 4 rue Lacépède (Métro: Monge), +33 1 43 31 50 71. Open every day from noon to 2:30PM and 7PM to 11PM.. The range of pasta dishes is just fantastic at this cute little restaurant tucked away near the Jardin des Plantes. Although some meat dishes are served there is a huge range of choice for vegetarians as well. Menus around 12€.  edit

Mid-range[edit]

  • Ambiance De L'Inde, 12 Rue Thouin, +33 1 40 46 03 76 (), [6]. Daily. Indian/Pakistani with many vegan dishes.  edit
  • Le Volcan, 10, rue Thouin (Near to rue Descartes), +33 1 46 33 38 33, [7]. Tuesday-Sunday 12PM-11PM. Serves delicious traditional French dishes in a welcoming environment. Excellent service. The set meals are very varied and represent superb value. 25€ per person without wine.  edit
  • Chez Ernest, 31, rue de la parcheminerie (Métro Cluny-Sorbonne). Very nice little restaurant in a small side-street. Typical and less typical French food. Complete dinner, including beverages, for €25.  edit
  • Les cinq saveurs d'Anada, 72 rue du cardinal Lemoine, +33 1 43 29 58 54, [8]. Macrobiotic and vegitarian specialties, cooked mainly in the French tradition but with some fun additions from around the world. Lunch menu:€12 or €16; dinner plates for €14-€15.  edit
  • Kootchi, 40, Rue du Cardinal Lemoine (metro: Cardinal Lemoine), 01 44 07 20 56. Mon-Sat: 12pm-2:30pm, 7pm-10:30pm. Afghan cuisine, small and cosy, food is not too spicy, good value for money. Lunch menu: €9.20 or €12.20, dinner menu €15.50.  edit
  • Le Petit Prince de Paris, 12, rue de Lanneau (close to Pantheon), +33 1 43 54 77 26, [9]. Open every evening from 7:30PM to midnight (to 12:30AM Fri and Sat). A notably Parisian restaurant experience, but with friendly and warm service. Traditional French food (try the duck with feathers) and deliciously complicated sauces. Relaxed and uncrowded, but reserve in the morning for a weekend night. Reasonable wine selection. Set menu (starter+main) 16€-23€; extra 6€ for dessert.  edit

Splurge[edit]

  • Le Petit Pontoise, 9, rue de Pontoise - 75005 (Parallel with the separation of lle de la cite and lle de la Saint-Louis), 01 43 29 25 20. Open lunch and dinner. Nice restaurant with a homely feel, on a quiet street. Popular enough to have an 'also' section next door. Expatriate Americans mingle with native Parisians, and a few tourists. The food is of the local French standard (i.e. high) but does included vegetables, which many other non-tourist restaurants do not. The balance and spicing of the sauces is the main draw. The pig's cheeks stew is notably delicious - and one of the cheaper items to boot! Main courses for 18-28 euro, starters and desserts 7-11 euro, wine 20 euro/bottle up..  edit
  • La Tour d'Argent, 15-17 quai de la Tournelle (Métro: Cardinal Lemoine or St Paul), +33 1 43 54 23 31, [10]. For fat wallets La Tour d'Argent is a must-see. One of the oldest restaurants in Paris, located along the iSeine, it is famous for its duck recipes.  edit

bold KWs-underline names[edit]

Budget[edit]

  • Le Grenier de Notre Dame 18 rue de la Bûcherie (Métro: St. Michel), +33 1 43 29 98 29. A vegetarian restaurant with a great selection including a number of vegan items, the Grenier is, as the name suggests, just around the corner from the cathedral. The English-speaking staff is super friendly. Dinner ''menus'' start at 12 €.
  • Jardin des Pâtes 4 rue Lacépède (Métro: Monge), +33 1 43 31 50 71. Open every day from noon to 2:30PM and 7PM to 11PM.. The range of pasta dishes is just fantastic at this cute little restaurant tucked away near the Jardin des Plantes. Although some meat dishes are served there is a huge range of choice for vegetarians as well. Menus around 12€.

Mid-range[edit]

  • Ambiance De L'Inde 12 Rue Thouin, +33 1 40 46 03 76 (), [11]. Daily. Indian/Pakistani with many vegan dishes.
  • Le Volcan 10, rue Thouin (Near to rue Descartes), +33 1 46 33 38 33, [12]. Tuesday-Sunday 12PM-11PM. Serves delicious traditional French dishes in a welcoming environment. Excellent service. The set meals are very varied and represent superb value. 25€ per person without wine.
  • Chez Ernest 31, rue de la parcheminerie (Métro Cluny-Sorbonne). Very nice little restaurant in a small side-street. Typical and less typical French food. Complete dinner, including beverages, for €25.
  • Les cinq saveurs d'Anada 72 rue du cardinal Lemoine, +33 1 43 29 58 54, [13]. Macrobiotic and vegitarian specialties, cooked mainly in the French tradition but with some fun additions from around the world. Lunch menu:€12 or €16; dinner plates for €14-€15.
  • Kootchi 40, Rue du Cardinal Lemoine (metro: Cardinal Lemoine), 01 44 07 20 56. Mon-Sat: 12pm-2:30pm, 7pm-10:30pm. Afghan cuisine, small and cosy, food is not too spicy, good value for money. Lunch menu: €9.20 or €12.20, dinner menu €15.50.
  • Le Petit Prince de Paris 12, rue de Lanneau (close to Pantheon), +33 1 43 54 77 26, [14]. Open every evening from 7:30PM to midnight (to 12:30AM Fri and Sat). A notably Parisian restaurant experience, but with friendly and warm service. Traditional French food (try the duck with feathers) and deliciously complicated sauces. Relaxed and uncrowded, but reserve in the morning for a weekend night. Reasonable wine selection. Set menu (starter+main) 16€-23€; extra 6€ for dessert.

Splurge[edit]

  • Le Petit Pontoise 9, rue de Pontoise - 75005 (Parallel with the separation of lle de la cite and lle de la Saint-Louis), 01 43 29 25 20. Open lunch and dinner. Nice restaurant with a homely feel, on a quiet street. Popular enough to have an 'also' section next door. Expatriate Americans mingle with native Parisians, and a few tourists. The food is of the local French standard (i.e. high) but does included vegetables, which many other non-tourist restaurants do not. The balance and spicing of the sauces is the main draw. The pig's cheeks stew is notably delicious - and one of the cheaper items to boot! Main courses for 18-28 euro, starters and desserts 7-11 euro, wine 20 euro/bottle up..
  • La Tour d'Argent 15-17 quai de la Tournelle (Métro: Cardinal Lemoine or St Paul), +33 1 43 54 23 31, [15]. For fat wallets La Tour d'Argent is a must-see. One of the oldest restaurants in Paris, located along the iSeine, it is famous for its duck recipes.

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