Roland Garros | Paris Restaurants

Where to Find a Great Meal in Paris


  :: The Hard Rock Cafe ::

The Hard Rock Cafe Paris offers more than just great food and service. Our Cafe is  a museum of popular culture, with authentic memorabilia from rock 'n' roll legends covering our walls, 21 screens showing videos, and an unbelievable sound system. In our restaurant and famous cocktail bar all is done to give our international clientele an American experience.

14 boulevard Montmartre, 75009 Paris
+33 1 53 24 60 12

  :: JOE ALLEN, Les Halles & Grill ::

Joe Allen opened in 1972 and since then patrons have considered this their home away from home for many people when they visit Paris. When you walk in, you would swear you were in New York City where Joe was raised and this restaurant prides itself in the history and food that it serves.

30 Rue Pierre Lescot, 75001 Paris
+33 1 42 36 70 13

  ::PDG Rive Gauche-American Restaurant, Saint Germain des Prés ::

Want American food while your visiting Paris? Here is the place to go!

5 Rue Dragon, 75006 Paris
+33 1 45 48 94 40


  :: Fellini ::

"Little brother" of restaurant in 15th arrondissement; Higer end Italian restaurant; Warm and professional service; Three Italian chefs or more; Well balanced menu; Slightly expensive

47, rue de l'Arbre Sec, Paris 75001
01 42 60 90 66

   :: Le Grand Venise ::

Looking for a rich Italian meal followed with a block of ice cream to follow? This restaurant will have you bursting out of your trousers after your done.

171, rue de la Convention, Paris 75015
01 45 32 49 71



  :: L’Arpege ::

Chef Alain Passard has been known to be a chef that could be compared to an impressionist painter, and his work of French Cuisine has been called an inspiration to others.

84, rue de Varenne / 75007
+33 (0) 1 47 05 09 06

  :: Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athénée ::

In his Plaza Athénée restaurant, Alain Ducasse offers his guests modern and authentic French dishes in which the flavors of the ingredients are given pride of place.

25, Avenue Montaigne / 75008
33 (0) 1 53 67 65 00

  :: L’Ambroisie ::

“If ever there was a master craftsman in the old-time sense of the word, he is it: tradition at its glorious and soaring heights, tradition which follows the "rules" that gave French cuisine its name. Each dish is flawlessly finished... Noblesse oblige!"

9, place des Vosges / 75005
+33 (0) 1 42 78 51 45

  :: Benoit ::

Benoit is an address that is renowned for its warm, friendly, atmosphere so typical of a family business. Just a stone’s throw from the Hôtel de Ville (Town Hall), the Pompidou Centre and the famous Tour Saint-Jacques, Benoit has been welcoming fans of traditional French cuisine since the early XXth century: “Chez toi Benoît, on boit, festoie, en rois” (“Come over to Benoît’s and once you’re in you’ll drink and feast just like a king”).

20, rue Saint-Martin, Paris 75004
01 42 72 25 76

  :: Jules Verne ::

The menu at Jules Verne is the showcase of exceptional ingredients and proven techniques of the French tradition in which the flavors change and the seasons turn.

La Tour Eiffel, 2ème étage, Paris 75007
01 45 55 61 44


  :: Patisserie Lenotre ::

Internationally renowned pastry chef Gaston Lênotre is a master of light sweets and chocolate confections. However, regulars advise that you shouldn't take anyone's word for the quality of goods but try everything for yourself! Other decadent possibilities include scrumptious cakes, breads, and ice creams. The meringue mousse is a particular favorite

44, rue d'Auteuil, Paris 75016
01 45 24 52 52


  :: Ozu ::

Jacques Cousteau goes to Asia at this tiny Japanese restaurant inside the new CinéAqua aquarium. Flanked by a huge fish tank, the blond wood dining room fills with Marc Jacobs-clad couples and Japanese globe-trotters who dine on thick-cut blocks of sashimi, beignet of monkfish with ginger, and cheesecake flavored with shiso.

2 avenue des Nations Unies, Paris, 75016


  :: L'As Du Falafel ::

Most famous Falafel Restaurant in Paris; Esteemed for good food

34, 5ue des Rosiers, 75004 Paris
33 1 48876360

  :: Liza ::

Tucked near the former stock exchange, this high-end Lebanese restaurant is a worthy place to unload some euros. Within the cool white and turquoise space, servers deliver beautifully presented mezze dishes (the lamb tartare and the pomegranate-seed-topped purée of aubergine are standouts) and robust main courses like lamb confit and salty-sweet grilled meatballs.

14 rue de la Banque, Paris, 75002