Our favourite places to eat in the district
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During your stay at the Hotel de la Motte-Picquet, in the heart of one of the most prestigious districts of Paris, you won't have to look far to treat yourself to some good food. Traditional cuisine on the go, bistro or gourmet meals, there’s no shortage of great places to eat just a few minutes’ walk away.
Let's start our gourmet itinerary with the Petit Cler, an eatery accessible at any time and ready to appease appetites large and small. The simple cuisine embraces the great classics such as beef bourguignon or veal blanquette. It also offers charcuterie boards and omelettes, and all with savoir-faire and a real passion for quality produce. A few steps away, the Florimond travels through our lands to rediscover the best traditional recipes. There’s always fresh and seasonal dishes on the menu. If you have a craving for an indulgent treat, the Merveilleux de Fred will introduce you to recipes from Lille. Finally, to combine nostalgia for the elegant cafés of yesteryear and modern cuisine, visit the Café Lignac!
And a touch of originality
After working amidst the splendour of embassies and grandes maisons, Philippe Excoffier invites you to visit the restaurant that bears his name. The chef has abandoned the opulent and the grandiose to return to his original passion, simple cuisine that makes the most of its ingredients. In addition to being aesthetic, his dishes are absolutely delicious. And speaking of aesthetics, we’re sure you will appreciate the atmosphere of Pottoka, a Basque enclave exuding Parisian elegance. Biarritz cuisine is given the chance to shine here. Finally, visit the Comptoir des Fables, which combines bistronomy and mixology, lovely presentation and a warm setting.
A few minutes from your Hotel de la Motte-Picquet, you will be spoiled for choice when you’re ready to treat yourself. Our recommended gourmet addresses await you!
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Hotel de la Motte Picquet, a 3-star hotel close from Eiffel Tower and Invalides