Our quick and non-comprehensive guide to Paris

A few highlights from one of our favourite cities


Bistrot Tontine – a collaboration between Bistrot Paul Bert x Phamilyfirst (aka Julien Pham), with different chefs circling through. From Sadie & Anthony at Has Dac Biet to Ash Lee at ChungKing Noodles, it is always worth stopping by.

6 Rue Paul Bert

Café Les Deux Gares – our kind of bistrot serving simple yet modern French cuisine and a great selection of natural wines.

1 Rue des Deux Gares

Les Enfants du Marché – a dining counter set within the food market Marché des Enfants Rouges, known for its great list of natural wine and a changing daily menu of avant-garde cuisine. Don’t be fooled by the street-foody vibe of the market, this is a great lunch option!

39 Rue de Bretagne


The Bourse De Commerce – an obvious one, but a must-visit! The Bourse De Commerce shows Francois Pinault’s private collection and offers a subjective perspective on contemporary art. The building itself is worth the visit with the preservation and transformation of a symbolic Parisian building by Japanese architect Tadao Ando.

2 Rue de Viarmes

3537 – an experimental art institution and communal space located in a 17th-century Paris hôtel particulier. Open to the public, 3537 consistently offers new and interesting visions in the old buildings – when we stopped by; it was an exhibition with Lea Colombo.

35-37 Rue des Francs Bourgeois

Cimetière du Père-Lachaise – find a quiet time of the day to visit the biggest graveyard in Paris, because it is indeed a tourist attraction with many notable figures buried her – from Chopin to Édith Piaf to Oscar Wilde to Gertrude Stein and not to forget Jim Morrison.

16 Rue du Repos


Ofr. – bookshop, gallery, studio, publisher, filmmaker, this independent Parisian shop specializes in fashion, design, photography, architecture and other art titles.

Adress: 20 Rue Dupetit-Thouars

Yvon Lambert Bookshop – in its current space conceived by Dominique Perrault, Yvon Lambert presents art and photography books, posters and exhibitions. If you like (art) books, be prepared to spend hours in the shop.

Adresss: 14 rue des Filles du Calvaire,

Poilâne – The famed bakery! It is worth going out of your way for a loaf of their sourdough or a box of their biscuits. The perfect souvenir to bring back from Paris.

LÉVIS - 39 rue de lévis
BUTTES-CHAUMONT - 83 rue de Crimée
TOUR EIFFEL - 49 boulevard de Grenelle
MARAIS - 38 Rue Debelleyme
SAINT-GERMAIN-DES-PRÉS - 8 Rue du Cherche-Midi

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