Top 15 Best Restaurants of the 15th District of Paris (for All Budgets)

Life is enjoyable in the 15th arrondissement. Known for its green spaces, churches and grand boulevards, and now even for its restaurants. Gourmets, prepare your taste buds, as we are going to present you with 15 restaurants of the 15th arrondissement where you’ll be able to taste the excellence of the district’s gastronomy.

 

L’Atelier du Parc

The Atelier du Parc is a true sunbeam shining from Porte de Versailles, right in front of the Parc des Expositions. Aesthetically pleasing cuisine with innovating flavors, the chef takes the care of his dishes very seriously.

The decor is plain yet classy, accompanied with a touch of modernity. The entire staff is very caring for its customers, demonstrating professionalism and efficiency night in and night out.

From now on, you know where to have lunch when going to your next expo.

Good to know: the establishment offers a kid’s menu, as well as gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan ones.

Opening hours:
From Tuesday to Saturday (and Monday on request)
12:00 pm – 14:30 pm
7:30 pm – 10:30 pm

Price range: from €17 to €85.

Address: 35, boulevard Lefèbvre 75015 Paris

Booking: +33 1 42 50 68 85

– TripAdvisor rating: 4.5/5
– LaFourchette rating: 9/10
– Google rating: 4.4/5

Website: L’Atelier du Parc (switch to English from the ‘Menu’ tab)

 

Le Quinzième

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If there is one restaurant you cannot miss in the 15th arrondissement, it most certainly is the eponymous restaurant Le Quinzième.

You can easily tell that excellence is the key word within the establishment. With the famous chef Cyril Lignac in charge, flavor is guaranteed.

Enjoy the classy and elegant decor, but also the equally magnificent and aesthetic dishes.

Good to know: Vegetarian and vegan dishes.

Opening hours:
From Monday to Friday
12 pm – 1:30 pm
7:45 am – 9 pm

Price range: from €69 to €110.

Address: 14 rue Cauchy, 75015 Paris

Booking: +33 1 45 54 43 43

– TripAdvisor rating: 4.5/5
– LaFourchette rating: 9.6/10
– Google rating: 4.7/5

Website: Le Quinzième

 

Neige d’Été

‘An alliance between Japanese finesse and French savoir-faire’ – that’s how one could try to describe Neige d’Été.

This small restaurant, looking like a family home, is run by Hideki Nishi and his wife Nirei as head waiter, and it has a warm-hearted way of making you feel at ease.

There are no better conditions in which you could savor the exquisite dishes offered on the menu.

Good to know: the recipes favor the fresh arrivals of food from Brittany.

Opening hours:
From Tuesday to Saturday
12:30 pm – 2:00 pm
7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Price range: from €65 to €100.

Address: 12 Rue de l’Amiral Roussin, 75015 Paris

Booking: +33 1 42 73 66 66

– TripAdvisor: 4.5/5
– LaFourchette: 9.5/10
– Google: 4.5/5

Website: Neige d’Été

 

Chez Mademoiselle

 

For those who desire a generous meal, Joe Ascione’s Chez Mademoiselle is definitely the place to go. Give way to Central Asian culture, Russian and Kazahk specialties that will make your mouth water.

Let yourself get tempted by the famous ‘Bortsch’, the typical Slav specialty. It is the result of a mastery acquired through long years of learning and passion.

A restaurant to try without ever looking back. Let yourself be guided by your appetite and enjoy.

Good to know: the house makes succulent desserts. We recommend the Medovik (honey cake).

Opening hours:
From Tuesday to Saturday
12:00 pm – 2:30 pm
7:00 pm – 10:30 pm

Price range: from €32 to €40.

Address: 21 Rue Mademoiselle, 75015 Paris

Booking: +33 1 48 28 50 79

– TripAdvisor: 4.5/5
– LaFourchette: 8.9/10
– Google: 4.5/5

Website: Chez Mademoiselle

 

Le Beurre Noisette

Le Beurre Noisette is a little gem from the 15th arrondissement which Thierry Blanqui keeps refining each day with the same eagerness. His mission: to serve delicious dishes made with fresh and local produce.

The mix between tradition and modern creativity is genuinely succulent and a feast for the eyes.

The decor is pure and in harmony with the warm ambient atmosphere – the perfect setting to enjoy fresh fish that is skillfully prepared, or even quality meat from the French region of Auvergne.

Good to know: don’t leave the place without trying the rum baba, the house’s specialty.

Opening hours:
From Tuesday to Saturday
12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Price range: from €34 to €38.

Address: 68 Rue Vasco de Gama, 75015 Paris

Booking: +33 1 48 56 82 49

– TripAdvisor: 4/5
– LaFourchette: 8.6/10
– Google: 4.6/5

Website: Le Beurre Noisette (website not available in English)

 

La Gauloise

This restaurant will truly take you back in time with its old-fashioned decor. The atmosphere is calm, and you will find yourself in the beloved classy Paris. The place is ideal for both a business dinner or a romantic one.

The menu features delicious local specialties, made with fresh produce, of course. We recommend to start off with the escargots, followed by an excellent coq au vin, the house specialty.

Good to know: The restaurant has private rooms.

Opening hours:
Every day
12:00 pm – 3:00 pm
7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Price range: from €40 to €50.

Address: 59 Avenue de la Motte-Picquet, 75015 Paris

Booking: +33 1 47 34 11 64

– TripAdvisor: 4/5
– LaFourchette: 9.2/10
– Google: 4.2/5

Website: La Gauloise (website not available in English)

 

Le Casse Noix

It is two blocks away from the Eiffel Tower that Pierre-Olivier Lenormand established this restaurant following a brilliant career in which he perfected his art, going from the Hôtel de Crillon to La Régalade, without forgetting the Palais de L’Elysée.

It is at the head of Le Casse Noix that the chef makes his guests travel, with a menu that features fresh seasonal products prepared with authenticity and skill.

The restaurant gives out a convivial café atmosphere, with vintage posters and murals contrasting with the meticulous manner with which the chef’s appetising desserts are put together.

Good to know: the menu features vegetarian dishes. The Île Flottante is a specialty here.

Opening hours:
From Monday to Friday
12:00 pm – 2:30 pm
7:00 pm – 10:30 pm

Price range: from €35 to €50.

Address: 56 Rue de la Fédération, 75015 Paris

– TripAdvisor: 4.5/5
– Google: 4.6/5

Website: Le Casse Noix

 

Le Concert de Cuisine

A majestic symphony orchestrated by Naoto Masumoto, using the teppanyaki grill. It is before your very eyes that the magic operates, where Japanese and French culture merge in order to blow you away.

An inventive and uncommon cuisine to discover in a refined and modern interior. Just a minute away on foot from the Seine, this restaurant will make you forget the ambient noise of the capital.

With recipes offering pairings of flavours both surprising and harmonious, get ready to rediscover scallops and even foie gras, in Naoto Masumoto’s way.

Good to know: There are 8 seats at the counter, allowing you to admire the chef doing what he does best.

Opening hours:
From Monday to Saturday
7:30 pm – 11:00 pm
From Tuesday to Friday
12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
7:30 pm – 11:00 pm

Price range: from €40 to €65.

Address: 14 Rue Nélaton, 75015 Paris

Booking: +33 1 40 58 10 15

– TripAdvisor: 4.5/5
– LaFourchette: 9.2/10
– Google: 4.7/5

 

Tipaza

Once you cross Tipaza’s entrance, a new horizon reveals itself. What is striking here is the care brought to the decor – the white walls, the red upholstered chairs, a play of softened lights. A decor similar to the most prestigious restaurants of Casablanca, both sophisticated and classic.

This restaurant has no reason to envy the Beber cuisine which simmers in the furnace. It honors North African specialties with couscous, tajines, grilled meat and méchoui. Rich flavours in generous portions. Enjoy it with family and/or friends.

Good to know: we strongly advise that you try the oriental pastries.

Opening hours:
From Sunday to Saturday
12:00 pm – 2:30 pm
7:00 pm – 10:30 pm

Price range: from €20 to €40.

Address: 155 rues Saint-Charles, 75015 Paris

Booking: +33 1 45 54 01 17

– TripAdvisor: 4/5
– LaFourchette: 9.1/10
– Google: 4.6/5

Website: Tipaza (website not available in English)

 

L’Antre Amis

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Credits @ L’Antre Amis

This restaurant reflects the culinary vision of Michel Craca. It is with one of the richest careers in terms of apprenticeship that Craca decided to open the Antre Amis, a place where he shares his passion – cooking, with a touch of modernity and sumptuous skill.

The chef has nothing to prove in terms of notoriety, as he is part of the Association Française des Maîtres Restaurateurs (French Association of Master Chefs). The quality of the produce is guaranteed and reflected in the dishes.

The result is creative and elegant cuisine without pretense, and available on a menu that is continuously revisited – which means a pleasant surprise awaits you under the ‘cloche’.

Good to know: The carré d’agneau is one of the house specialties.

Opening hours:
From Monday to Friday
12:15 pm – 1:45 pm
7:30 pm – 9:45 pm

Price range: From €38 to €78.

Address: 9 rue Bouchut, 75015 Paris

Booking: +33 1 45 67 15 65

– TripAdvisor: 4.5/5
– LaFourchette: 9.1/10
– Google: 4.6/5

Website: L’Antre Amis (website not available in English)

 

Le Grand Pan

This restaurant stands out from the others thanks to its blackboard. Known in the district for its friendly and warm appearance, Le Grand Pan strives to satisfy its customers with seasonal products.

The nice traditional grills are in the spotlight. The butcher’s best pieces are perfected with efficient recipes and a mastered cooking process. You can then enjoy one of the best prime ribs in Paris.

In contrast to the seriousness and skill brought to the dishes, the nice and smiley spirit of the boss and his staff will make you feel right at home.

Good to know: seasonal produce and a frequently revisited menu.

Opening hours:
From Monday to Friday
12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
7:30 pm – 11:00 pm

Price range: from €39 to €66.

Address: 20 rue Rosenwald, 75015 Paris

Booking: +33 1 42 50 02 50

– TripAdvisor: 4.5/5
– LaFourchette: 9.1/10
– Google: 4.4/5

Website: Le Grand Pan (website not available in English)

 

Chez Marc

It is in a dining room inspired by Eastern culture that Marc Atiye shares his passion for his homeland: the Lebanon. It is through serving dishes that are at the same time healthy, delicious and generous that Marc aims to satisfy his clientele.

The menu features classic falafels, hummus, skewers and so on – specialties that are simple but prepared with skill and good quality produce.

Opening hours:
Every day
12:00 pm – 2:30 pm
6:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Price range: from €15 to €18.

Address: 12 rue des Volontaires, 75015 Paris France

Booking: +33 1 43 06 82 96

– TripAdvisor: 4/5
– LaFourchette: 9.4/10
– Google: 4.5/5

 

Comme la Corée

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Credits @ Comme la Corée

Very unusual in Paris because of its Japanese and Chinese competitors, Korean cuisine is slowly making room for itself in the capital. And the lucky ones who visit the 15th arrondissement are among those who can enjoy it.

The kitsch decor of this small family restaurant is typically Korean, just like its food: complete and succulent specialties. You can enjoy a Bibimbap (meat of your choice, rice, sautéed vegetables and seasoning spices), which is a very popular dish to try.

However, any other dish is a new opportunity for discovery. A new culinary universe opens its doors to you to discover or rediscover with friends and family.

Good to know: we recommend that you try the Makegoli: a smooth and miky Korean rice wine.

Opening hours:
From Monday to Saturday
12:00 pm – 2:30 pm
7:00 pm – 10:30 pm

Price range: from €20 to €30.

Address: 114 Rue de Sèvres, 75015 Paris

Booking: +33 1 42 78 59 95

– TripAdvisor: 4/5
– LaFourchette: 9.1/10
– Google: 4.7/5

Facebook page: Comme la Corée

 

Chez Ttotte

Here, everything breathes Basque culture. From the simple decor, to regional dishes, or even its rugby-fanatic chef. The chef invites whoever would like to discover the Basque delicacies to do so in front of a good old game of rugby.

If you can handle sweet peppers, we advise you to try out the cod piquillos. Otherwise, the Basque pâté should satisfy your appetite.

For the main course, whether you choose the gilt-head beam, the cod or the squid, you should be in for a treat. However we recommend that you try the Axoa (typical Basque stew with veal, tomatoes sauté and onions, all seasoned with red Espelette pepper) which we cannot praise enough.

Good to know: very lively and friendly room on rugby nights.

Opening hours:
From Monday to Saturday
12:00 pm – 2:30 pm
7:30 pm – 11:00 pm (Mondays: 11:30 pm)

Price range: from €15 to €22.

Address: 22 rue Falguière, 75015 Paris

Booking: +33 1 43 22 34 73

– TripAdvisor: 4/5
– Google: 4.3/5

 

Shoku

Yet another Japanese restaurant? That’s what must be going through your head at this point… well, not exactly. The Shoku has specialized in bentos: packed lunches that Japanese mothers would carefully make for their children or husband. It is a Japanese tradition that is scarcely used in France, but it’s an excellent alternative to the lunch box, which French people tend to leave in the drawer more and more.

Shoku is praised for its innovative concept and the quality of its meals. Authentically Japanese, it is simple yet well executed.

Five minutes away on foot from the Place Saint-Lambert, the bento can be enjoyed sitting on one of the park’s bench or beautiful grass, in a calm and peaceful environment.

Good to know: it is possible to eat in, but the place is narrow.

Opening hours:
From Monday to Saturday
11:30 am – 3:00 pm
6:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Price range: from €15 to €20.

Address: 130 rue Lecourbe, 75015 Paris France

Booking: +33 1 53 82 21 61

– TripAdvisor: 4.5/5
– Google: 4.8/5

Facebook page: Shoku

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