Top 10 bistrots in 7th arrondissement of Paris by True Foodies


Visiting Paris is always a special experience. Once you take care of accommodation by booking one of our wonderful Parisian curated apartments, your other main concern would be where to eat. Paris is small but has a huge restaurant offer for all tastes. However, it can be tricky to experience a good French bistronomy (bistro + gastronomy) cuisine without falling into the many tourist traps or taking a 40 minutes trip to a recommended restaurant.

The 7th arrondissement is a posh and beautiful neighborhood, close to all the main attractions like Tour Eiffel, Champs Elysées, St germain…  Therefore, a very practical place to stay in order to visit Paris ( see our selection of property in the 7th arrondissement ) as well as a quiet spot filled with delicious restaurants.  Here’s a wonderful selection of the best Bistronomy experience in the 7th arrondissement by True Foodies ! Hope you like it.

Top 10 bistrots in 7th arrondissement of Paris

  • Sylvestre Wahid2 Michelin stars, for an incredible unforgettable meal in the super elegant Thoumieux hotel.

Sylvestre Wahid, 79 Rue Saint-Dominique
  • Les Cocottes – one of the best bistros in Paris or perhaps anywhere, this is one of chef Christian Constant’s many bistro’s (Violon d’Ingres is also on this list!). You will find deliciously prepared classic bistro cuisine with a twist ! 



  • Tomy & Co – modern & creative food in a cool laid back space. The chef deliciously enhances locally sourced seasonal products. You will love it! 

Tomy & Co, 22 rue Surcouf, 75007 Paris
  • David Toutain – Michelin starred, mostly fish restaurant with sophisticated gastro-bistro cuisine. We love the modern & beautiful design.

David Toutain, 29 Rue Surcouf, 75007 Paris
  • Chez l’Ami Jean – On a more traditional note, try this classic Basque cuisine in an authentic Basque surrounding – very Bistro!

27, rue Malar, 75007 Paris
  • Le Violon d’Ingres – Michelin starred – Chef Christian Constant’s star address. Tasty classic French dishes with a twist. Delicious. 

Le Violon d’Ingres, 133 rue Saint-Dominique, 75007 Paris

  • Divellec – Michelin starred fish & seafood restaurant – classy, elegant place. The dishes taste as good as they look !

Divellec, 18 rue Fabert 75007 Paris
  • Arpège – on the world’s 50 best restaurants list – with 3 Michelin stars – Chef Alain Passard’s organic vegetarian cuisine changed the world of gastronomy.

Arpège, 84, Rue de Varenne 75007 Paris
  • Bistro Belhara – an absolutely classic French Bistro hidden away on a small street near the rue Cler market street. Experience the true French bistro atmosphere with great classic French food and a cosy, discreet dining room.

Bistro Belharra, 23 rue Duvivier, 75007 Paris
  • Pottoka – another Basque concept – delicious audacious food in a boisterous tiny dining room – don’t eat lunch before you come here…

Pottoka, 4, rue de l’exposition 75007 Paris

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