Comfort Hotel Nation-Paris 11
12, rue Leon Frot
Phone: (33) 1 43716600
Fax: (33) 1 43718844
12, rue Leon Frot, Paris, FR, 75011
- Phone: (33) 1 43716600
- Fax: (33) 1 43718844
Café Titon is a French-German bar that aims to unite people from both cultures. It is a place where one can find German beer, good pretzels and curry wurst accompanied by a good ambiance. Café Titon offers year-round events that are inspired by the traditional festivities in Germany, such as Biergarten. The bar is a special place for German and French people who have an affinity for their neighboring country, as well as everybody else who wants to enjoy this cultural encounter or just a German beer. For more details, call at +33 9 5317 9410
Enjoy wine while you dine because that's what Jacques Mélac wants from his customers. His restaurant is named after him. What makes it unique is that vines are planted in the wine cellar and all around the restaurant. In mid-September, it's grape harvest time and there's always a party out here. So if you're planning a trip to Paris, then be sure to join in. Don't expect to find the known wines like Château Petrus or Château Iquem as lesser known wines from the Languedoc or Loire regions are available.
This transvestite cabaret is situated in Paris' nightlife-rich 11th arrondissement. It offers an evening of drinking and dining along with a first rate cabaret show complete with impersonations, choreographed routines and all sorts of comedic frills.
Le Bistrot Paul Bert is more than a bistrot; it's a steakhouse done the French way. The prix fixe menu is brought to your table on a chalkboard, and the famous filet of beef cannot be ordered any way besides saignant: rare. It's worth it, but if you're looking for something a little bit more cooked, the other menu options are just as incredible. In season, the rabbit terrine is delicious, and it's the best place to try the pigeon that the French are always touting. The wine list is quite extensive and definitely worth a look.
This is a tiny bistro frequented by the locals for its scrumptious French food. It specializes in innovative French dishes, with different blends and flavors. Some of the best dishes include Duck Marget Salad and Salmon with a Creamy Sauce. For those with a sweet tooth try the Lemon and Vodka ice cream.
The Leopard Cafe is where the local musicians of Paris come and jam for the diners and the drinkers. It's a small, quaint bar, a typical run of the mill kind, where you visit after a hard day's work to chill out. So drop by, enjoy a lager and some fine music and get into the Parisian feel of things.
This hidden gem of a restaurant is sometimes confused with its neighbor, Bistrot Paul Bert, even though the cuisine is worlds apart! With hanging wine bottles serving as light fixtures above the bar, an open kitchen concept and large wooden grid windows overlooking the street this charming eatery and wine bar has an ambiance locals flock to. The menu focuses on small plate dishes with seasonal ingredients used at the whim of the chef.
With so many tourist traps offering raclette, La Serpent qui Danse stands out, serving the traditional Savoyard dish properly. La Serpent Qui Danse seats just 42 people, serving an ever-changing menu of specials. What really matters, though, is the raclette cheese, served on the traditional apparatus that melts the huge wedge just fast enough for diners to scrape it onto plates of unlimited potatoes, a choice of meat plates (or a vegetarian option), and bread, with a simple side of green salad. It helps that it's a deal: just EUR18 for the meal before wine. -Emily Monaco
Enter Fatima Hal's Moroccan restaurant and you'll find yourself in a palace from 1001 Nights. Just as perfect as the decor is the cuisine, from its various couscous dishes to its tajines, and its unforgettable entrees. Try the Momouzia (piece of roasted lamb perfumed, after a 13th-century recipe, with Ros El Hamat's 27 spices). Delicious Middle-East pastries are on offer for dessert.
Mamie Tevennec cultivates great taste. In this old fashioned grocery-crêperie located in the 11th arrondissement of Paris, you can bring home Corsica-style cooked meats, groceries, wines, butter and milk products, but you can also stay and eat fantastic crêpes stuffed with that high quality cooked meat. Whether you try the galette (crêpe of Brittany) with andouille de Guéméné (pork sausage) or the sweet crêpe with homemade whipped cream, you will make many delicious discoveries. Mamie Tevennec knows how to mix cooked meats with crêpes de Brittany.
Nestled in the Bastille area, this 100 year old restaurant boasts of retro décor in a Parisian atmosphere. It serves traditional French cuisine including fresh Cod Steak with Lemon and Chicken with vinegar.
With two dining rooms and a show to fill each of them, the Restaurant Mazazic welcomes hungry guests every night for an evening of Lebanese specialties and dance performances to live music. The space is ideal for celebrations, such as Ramadan, the New Year, marriage receptions, anniversaries, or business events and meetings. A memorable night is guaranteed at this unique venue. Fixed menu available.