Comfort Hotel Davout Nation Paris 20
110, rue des Orteaux
Phone: (33) 1 40092828
Fax: (33) 1 40097314
This cozy little classic French restaurant, under the care of the cheerful chef Pateyron and his wife Annette, makes one feel at home. It should after all, due to the generous portions of uncomplicated food served here. The modern French cuisine served is savored by the customers. The lamb confit, oyster tartare and mango cannelloni with mussels are some of the favorites. One can also rent the place for a private function.
A Spanish restaurant in Paris, La Villa serves delightful tapas and other specialties including paëlla, chili con carne, special cuts imported from Argentina, and gambas. Plentiful and delicious food combined with welcoming and attentive service win over the guests at this restaurant, which also hosts concerts of Spanish music. Indoor seating is available for up to 25, with terrace tables added whenever the night is warm enough.
His love for music and passion for food, led Marcel BOUM to establish Le Lion Indomptable in 1998. The food served here uses local produce to recreate the tantalizing flavors of authentic Cameroon cuisine. For some of the best offerings of this place, do try their specialty dishes. The bissap (hibiscus juice) or the ginger juice offer your meal a refreshing start. Follow it up with delectable meat, poultry and fish preparations. Le Lion Indomptable is a great place to drop in with your friends, gorge on food, listen to music and enjoy a good time.
La Goguette in the 20th Arrondissement of Paris is a vibrant bar, where cocktails and culture blend beautifully. A prime venue for concerts and live events, Goguette serves a traditional French platter with a creative touch. Amidst exotic spirits and tasty food, the music is refreshing. Poetry sessions, photo exhibitions, parties and more are also held here. La Goguette is a must visit, when in Paris! Visit website for program details.
Les Mondes Bohèmes offers visitors a vibrant and home-like atmosphere where they can enjoy French cuisine and brunch. Take a break from the hustle and bustle of the city and dine on the airy patio - you'll feel like you're on a short vacation! Make sure to try the brioche toast if you visit for brunch.
One of the city's oldest and most popular resto-bars, the French K-Wa, contrary to what one might expect, does not serve French cuisine. The place serves sumptuous Mediterranean dishes, albeit they do have some influences of the local fare: this further enhances the culinary experience. Besides the food, which is made up of items like Mousseline de carottes a l'orange, Tajine de poulet, and desserts like Tiramisu and Moelleux choco, the French K-Wa is also a happening spot for music lovers. For some days of the week, the resto-bar hosts performances by musicians of varying nationality and specializing in different genres. Occasionally the resto-bar also hosts cabarets and showcases the talents of DJs. Please call for details on upcoming events and further information.
L'Usine de Charonne is a bistro that is very popular among locals in the 20th arrondissement. The menu is varied, and features an array of French-style dishes. L'Usine offers both indoor and patio seating, so patrons can enjoy the very best of Parisian weather in the warmer months, or enjoy a cozy meal inside. If you stop in for a visit, be sure to try one of their popular charcuterie boards.
Located in the famous 11th Arrondissement, Le Sot l'y Laisse is a popular little French restaurant. Holding a capacity for only approximately 25-30 patrons at a time, the prices of this restaurant may seem a little much. Being owned by a Japanese couple, you will be surprised to be served the authentic French cuisine prepared with just a subtle Japanese touch. Enjoy your meal with glass of special wine or beer and get absorbed in the cosy little ambiance. For reservations and more information, call ahead.
A part of the reputed Vin & Marée seafood restaurant chain, this Voltaire outlet reinforces the standard of fresh seafood, and the equally high level of culinary prowess involving sea-fare that the chain has always claimed of. The marriage of French cuisine and sea-food makes way for a whole new gastronomic revelation which is aided by the master-chefs at work. Although, the restaurant may not have the most fluent English-speaking servers, or the most expansive dining space, Vin & Marée more than makes up for it through its all-pervading food that appeals to patrons of all faiths and nationalities.
Le Parvis de Bagnolet is a simple French restaurant in the beautiful commune of Bagnolet in east Paris. Its unpretentious decor, authentic French fare replete with salads, sandwiches, fish and meat, a warm ambiance, a vibrant clientele and some great music at night, make it one of the best dining spots of the region. The restaurant transforms itself into a concert space at night, where talented musicians and artists perform live amidst an appreciative audience. The services are brisk at the restaurant and are sure to delight you! Call for dining hours and more.
Il Pinocchio located at a conveniently accessible spot on the Gambetta Avenue is one of the more popular restaurants in the neighborhood. Serving mainly authentic Italian dishes, it will transport you to Italy, thanks to its traditional recipes. The pasta here is quite delicious and the open-air seating adds to its appeal. Moreover, the basement is available for private events such as anniversaries and business lunches. Though some find it overpriced, it is worth a try!
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.