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23 rue des Messageries, Paris, FR, 75010

  • Phone: (33) 1 48000011
  • Fax: (33) 1 48000836
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3.8 out of 5 (12 reviews)
83% of guests recommend this hotel



Co-owned by chef Matt Ong and bartender Hayden Clout, Albion is an airy space with walls colored in deep hues. Three large windows allow diners to view the green courtyard outside. A much visited bistro, the well-versed staff provide an informed opinion regarding the specials, based on the visitors' taste preferences. A weekly wine menu is rotated. It has an open kitchen where the patrons can watch their food being cooked.

80 rue du Faubourg Poissoniere
Paris, 75010

»Jaipur Café

Jaipur Café is a quiet traditional Indian-style restaurant that is tucked away in the 10th Arrondisement. It aims to satisfy all taste-buds with its set menu that is specially designed to include all age-groups including children. With a backdrop of soothing Indian music, one can choose from the various curries to fill up the stomach. There is Curry de Poulet or the classic chicken curry, Poisson Tikka cooked over a  charcoal flame and flavorful Garlic Naan that will leave an indelible mark on the diner. The lavish spread is accompanied by a competent staff that works hard to please the diners.

15-17 rue des Messageries
Paris, 75010

»42 Degrés

The first of its kind in Paris, this raw vegan restaurant is a dining experience to remember. 42 Degrés features not only salads, but also scrumptious and unexpected dishes like zucchini soup, stuffed portobello mushrooms, quiche, and even pizza and cheese cake. Everything is made without dairy and meat of course, perfect for a healthy and filling meal. 

109 rue du faubourg Poissonnière
Paris, 75009

»Restaurant Abri

Abri is a must visit if you're tired of typical French cooking. Set in open kitchen style interiors, this tiny Japanese cuisine restaurant serves a delicious four-course lunch and a six-course dinner which consists of dishes such as marinated mackerel, winter squash soup, along with yummy desserts such as green tea tart, millefeuille of Royal Gala apple tart and many others. But the restaurant is probably most well known for its legendary sandwiches.

92 rue du Faubourg Poissonnière
Paris, 75010

»Chez Momo

For ten years now Chez Momo has been captivating its discerning diners with an Arabian theme full of dancing, revelry and the choicest of recipes specially sourced from the heart of Morocco. Complete with tents, chandeliers and hookahs, one is at once transported to Africa and the entire celebration of a traditional desert safari comes to life in front of one's eyes. From the menu one can try the chicken tagine along with the various Moroccan wines. After the meal one can watch the belly dancers sashay in fine traditional attire.

3 rue Papillon
Paris, 75009

»Los Mexicanos

You are bound to be bored of eating mild food varieties, so its time to taste spicy meals at Los Mexicanos. This is the place, where Parisians indulge in Mexican delights and varieties. Start your meal with giant salads and you actually have 48 combos to select from, all you have to do is order and the salad will be on your table in few minutes. Try the Fajitas del Campo and the adventurous types can go in for Chili Picadillo. Mexican food is incomplete without Burritos, taste the home-made Pacifico or Caballero and you will surely order for a second round. If the stuff gets too hot for you, order a dessert seasoned with fresh fruits. Los Mexicanos also serves the regular cocktails like Margarita and Pîna Colada. Complete the perfect meal with a cup of Irish Coffee or Cappuccino. So the next time you crave to eat Mexican cuisine, you know where to head to!

10 rue Papillon
Paris, 75009

»Le Poussette Café

A unique concept, it is a cafe and store rolled into one and a great place for expectant and young parents. Le Poussette Café is a welcome break in the busy world of child rearing. Whether it is a bigger kid or a toddler, the wonderful playground outside the cafe is a great place to be in while you enjoy a lunch with friends. If you have come shopping for your tiny tot, you will find trendy clothes, cool toys, colorful books and for those expecting, everything you need after the birth of your child. You can check out their website for events like baby massage classes and parental workshops that are really helpful. With facilities like highchairs, booster seats, changing tables, children's menu and bottle warmers, it is easier to manage your kids in the cafe as well. Parenting can be stressful and they have everything to make your visit enjoyable by taking care of your little special ones.

6 Rue Pierre Sémard
Paris, 75009

»Michalak Takeaway

Michalak Takeaway, located next to Christophe Michalak's pastry school, offers a wide variety of desserts and sweet goods for customers to purchase. If you or somebody you know possesses a sweet tooth, be sure to stop by and purchase some delicious chocolate or a pastry.

60 rue du Faubourg-Poissoniere
Paris, 75010

»Cafe Pinson

Combining a dedication to healthful living with a menu packed with smoothies, juices and entrees made from seasonal ingredients, Cafe Pinson is one of Paris's best 100% organic restaurants. Vegan, vegetarian, dairy-free and gluten-free options all have a place on the menu at Pinson, allowing diners to sample unadulterated local produce through a frequently changing menu. Fresh juices, smoothies and coffee drinks complement the small plates while detox programs allow visitors to skip the meals entirely. 

58 Rue du Faubourg Poissonnière
Paris, 75010

»Big Fernand

Big Fernand in the 9th arrondissement of Paris is essentially an American restaurant. Known best for their juicy, yummy hamburgers at affordable prices, this friendly neighborhood restaurant is a smashing hit. And guess what? They also offer some vegetarian options for their veggie friends. They don't accept reservations but welcome big appetites! 

55 rue du Faubourg Poissonnière
Paris, 75009


Vivant is a quirky little bistro located in an up and coming area of the 10th arrondissement. The menu is rather small, usually offering just four starter dishes and four main courses, along with some cheese and sweet options. The wine list includes many organic and natural wines, a craze that seems to be sweeping Paris. Do try the Blood sausage or the Foi Gras Terrine and ask the waiter to pair it with a wonderful variety of wine.

43 rue des Petites Ecuries
Paris, 75010

»Thaï Richer

Paris' Richer street is famous for the various restaurants dotting its length. Amidst this cluster the tantalizing exotic aromas are sure to draw you to the doors of Thaï Richer. Thai Richer welcomes guests into its simplistic yet elegant ambiance to feast on rich flavors of Thai cuisine. A variety of herbs and spices blended into the meat and poultry preparations are sure to transport you into a whole new realm.

14 rue Richer
Paris, 75009
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