10th Arrondissement Restaurants
22 Rue d'Enghien, 10th
If you've overindulged on steak frites and can't handle the thought of another buttery sole meunière, eschew the delicious but heavy bistro classics for some Mediterranean at Bonhomie. A café-meets-cocktail-bar-meets-restaurant near the chic Le Marais district, sitting on a royal blue leather stool in the beautiful, modern, white, and gold interior feels like a breath of fresh air. The menu leans on Moroccan influences with a former Frenchie chef at the helm, dishes like minty chickpeas and labneh and harissa lamb with tabbouleh take center stage. If you happen to pass by at an odd afternoon hour, a coup de champagne at the long marble bar is the way to go.
58 Rue du Faubourg Poissonnière, 10th
The focus here is on California-style, organic vegetarian fare; healthy, wheat-free, veggie-centric dishes that don’t skimp on taste. The interior is all wood floors, stone walls, and mix-and-match seating. Come for lunch on weekdays, as dinner can get a little hectic. There's another location in the 4th.
31 Rue de Paradis, 10th
Rose Bakery alum Kaori Endo’s creative spin on traditional, Japanese bento boxes is a huge hit in Paris—and she has a mini-chainlet of restaurants to prove it. We like the Marais location best, as its bigger than her original spot in the 10th. There’s a grocery and takeaway in the front, and a handful of tables in the back, where you can feast on really beautiful plates of veggies, carefully prepared meat and fish, chirashis, and soup. There's another location in the 3rd.
43 Rue des Petites-Ecuries, 10th
Pierre Jancou, who honed his skills at Paris’s popular Racines, opened this hip little mural-tiled restaurant on a windy street in the 10th. While there’s a reasonably-priced lunch and dinner prix-fixe, he also offers a 7-8 course carte blanche. There’s a heavy focus on provenance here, especially with the wines, many of which are natural.
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