Stop by Auberge Nicolas Flamel both for its location in the "oldest building in Paris" and, of course, for its cuisine. This restaurant is one of the best known in the city; from the kitchen you can expect gourmet cuisine that is refined, original, and light. The menu features such items as veal stew and cod, as well as a vast number of wines that are located in the restaurant's wine cellar.
Le Dauphin serves modern French cuisine in a small-plate, tapas sort of style. It's side-by-side... Read more