Quality Hotel Abaca Messidor - Paris 15
330 rue de Vaugirard
Phone: (33) 1 48280374
Fax: (33) 1 48287517
330 rue de Vaugirard, Paris, FR, 75015
- Phone: (33) 1 48280374
- Fax: (33) 1 48287517
If you're looking for some peace and quiet, you will love this place. This bistro is popular among the locals for the varied, colorful and traditional French dishes it serves. The reception and service provided is also note worthy. The menu consists of simple dishes. You can try out the Filet de rouget sur tartine de Tapenade. During winter they also serve game dishes. The only draw back would be the prices of the wines which are on the expensive side.
This is a small bistro located in the 15th arrondissement. The menu changes daily and it offers classic French cuisine.
Seated in the heart of the 15th arrondissement, Jadis, headed by an extraordinary chef, dishes out elaborate bistro fare, paired with unexpected ingredients for astonishingly reasonable prices. In a muted but pleasing decor of vintage posters and gray walls, guests can enjoy dishes like the filet mignon of smoked pork or the more surprising shrimp with saté sauce. For dessert, try the rice with coconut milk and black currant mousse or the chocolate cake with guanaja sauce. The restaurant offers two additional prix fixe menus-amazing deals!
Wide use of color green, lively atmosphere and good music is definitely the trade-mark of Le Crocodile Vert. It manages to re-create Cuban colors and flavors right here in Paris. Right from the decor to the drinks served have been tailored in detail to get the feel of Cuban Bodeguitas. The deep plush sofas just beckon you to sit-back and relax with your favorite drink. Taste the varieties like Sangria, Cuba Libre or if you aren't the adventurous and wild types, simply sip the regular Mojitos along with tasty snacks and finger-food. With Latin tunes in the back-drop, bright and fresh colors surrounding you, it surely refreshes your mind and spirits. Let's do the Salsa at the Le Crocodile Vert.
Restaurant Arti brings alive the tantalizing flavors of Indian cuisine in Paris. The menu features tandoori dishes prepared with chicken and meat. The aromatic flavors are best complemented with naan, roti or parathas (Indian breads). Wood paneled walls surround green wrought iron chairs set around contrasting light pink table tops. The space is embellished with Indian artifacts to create a regal atmosphere. This truly is an elegant restaurant to feast on rich cuisine. You can even have their delectable fares delivered to you at your doorstep!
Boasting a tasteful blend of the Indian, Pakistani and Bangladeshi cuisines, the Banani restaurant has mesmerized visitors with its delectable spicy delights since 1986. The cuisine captures the inexhaustible diversity of the subcontinent with its hundreds of spices, herbs and flavorings used in the composition of unique dishes. Satiating the home longed palates of Asians in the city while introducing everyone else to a spice filled splendor, this restaurant attracts every adventurous foodie. For more details, do take a look at their website.
La Prima is a neighborhood pizza place where you can get good pizza at decent prices. The menu offers several options aside from pizza, such as classics like lasagna and ravioli. However, the real pleasure comes in the variety of pizza toppings, from fried egg to bacon to Roquefort cheese. There are several pizzas to choose from, with carefully selected combinations of ingredients, some classic in the Franco-Italian pizza style and some more unusual, like garlic-rubbed goat cheese croutons. The pizzas are nicely sized with a zesty sauce and a good amount of cheese that's never greasy. One of the best parts is sitting near the window, where the restaurant overlooks a busy corner of the street leading to the Parc des Expositions: it's prime people-watching territory. -Emily Monaco
Sushi takeout places abound in Paris; it's the new quick, inexpensive meal option amongst the younger generations, replacing typical sandwiches as a healthy meal option. With so many places in Paris -- nearly one on every block -- there are bound to be some so-so ones, but Bonzaï is one of the few that doesn't skimp on quality. You have more choice than in many other similar sushi joints, offering just salmon and tuna; here, you'll find a full sushi bar menu, prepared to order, as well as several Chinese and Japanese-inspired dishes. - Emily Monaco
Since the sixties, this bistro and bar is the hot spot of the fashion capital of France. So put on your blue suede shoes and get groovy at Bistro 121. Sip tangy coolers along with your delicious meals or relax in tranquility in the cozy seating arena. It's a great venue to hang out with friends.
Chez Clement is a chain of restaurants all over Paris. The one at Porte de Versailles is like the rest, elegant, a fun place to eat at and of course a menu that will make your mouth water within seconds. Do not for a second hesitate to try out their oyster selection from various parts of France, compliment that with an entree and end your meal like the French with frommage (cheese) and wine. Their decor is all themed and animated and they make sure you feel right at home. During warmer days you can even enjoy the sun setting with a glass of wine on their terrace restaurant. For further information do look up their website.
This is an upscale restaurant serving the best seafood. You can enjoy great quality food in a majestic ambience. Chef's recommendations include Hot Oysters in Champagne Sauce and Skewered Scallops and Prawns. Don't miss the signature item on the dessert menu - the Grand Marnier Souffle.
Le Beurre Noisette roughly translated to hazelnut butter or brown butter is a friendly restaurant that offers a pleasant meal bursting with traditional French flavors. Operating since 2001, it has pre-set menu options of starters and a main course. Relish the food with a wine from the rich selection. The bean soup and the madeleines are worth trying out here.