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Hotel Le Bailli de Suffren



It was in 2015 on Boulevard Garibaldi in Paris that chef Jérôme Bonnet found the perfect site for his restaurant.
Radis Beurre offers a "bistro" cuisine for our pleasure! He prepares tasty, carefully created food that bears the hallmark of his southern upbringing. An example? Pig's trotters with duck foie gras and meat juices. You may even get to nibble on a few radishes with butter while you wait. At the heart of this refuge for gourmets, all dishes are homemade from fresh and seasonal products, selected from the best producers.
The traditional dishes are fancy, the portions generous, and the "gourmet cuisine" combines authentic simplicity with the delicacy of the great houses.

Adresse : 51 Boulevard Garibaldi - 75015 Paris ... less than one minute from Le Bailli !
Opening hours :From mondy to friday / From 12:00 to 2:30 pm and from 7:30 pm to 10:30 pm
Métro : Line 6: Sèvres-Lecourbe

Le radis beurre


A wonderful, sophisticated yet convivial restaurant tucked away in the pleasant and residential neighborhood of Place De Breteuil, steps away from Le Bailli.
The chic dining room in shades of tea and chocolate with design-led lighting and modern art works is a bubbling spot to enjoy thoughtful French cuisine that’s both traditional and inventive. In the Michel Caraca's chic bistro,you find a single menu that varies almost every day. Tasty creations highlighting the desire of the chef to work with local or organic products.
There’s a shady terrace and care has been taken with the wine list.

Adresse : 9, rue Bouchut - 75015 Paris... two steps from Le Bailli Metro : Ligne 6 : Sèvres-Lecourbe. Opening hours : Close on week-ends

L'antre amis



Welcome to the bustling Brasserie Thoumieux, formerly the Bouillon Chartier, bought in 1923 by Martial Thoumieux and transformed in 2009 by Chef Jean-François Piège and his associate Thierry Costes.
A mix of collectables and modern design makes for a less formal brasserie with a contemporary, laid-back atmosphere !
Despite its location in the sedate 7e arrondissement, this has quickly become the place to be seen, with food that's a good notch above brasserie fare. A juicy Angus beef hamburger comes with a superfluous shower of Parmesan and ultra skinny fries, while the more sophisticated slow-cooked salmon is accompanied by vegetables from star market gardener Joël Thiébault. For dessert, try the piping-hot churros with chocolate sauce.

Adresse : 79 rue Saint-Dominique, 75007 Paris Opening hours : Everyday no stop from 12:00 am until 12:00 pm.