19 May: a symbolic date that will remain engraved in our memories. This date inaugurates the return of a life full of joy and shared smiles, on the terraces of cafés and restaurants.
To help you make the most of your stay in Paris, we're sharing with you 5 addresses of terraces that you absolutely must try!
Pedzouille has three restaurants serving hearty French cuisine of very good quality. The charm of these "auberges" lies in the rustic and country atmosphere provided by the decoration. The most recently opened Pedzouille, Pedzouille - La Grange, offers a magnificent view of Paris and the Iron Lady from its 300 m2 rooftop. You will certainly appreciate this country change of scenery, in the middle of the capital!
4 Avenue de la porte de la Plaine, Novotel Paris Porte de Versailles (8th floor), 75015 Paris
In contrast to the authentic and rustic setting of Pedzouille, the Frame Brasserie offers a diametrically opposed universe. French and American cuisine (Californian to be precise, with Mexican influences) come together to present customers with sometimes surprising but nevertheless tasty and generous combinations.
On the terrace, with a view of the Eiffel Tower, you can enjoy cocktails prepared with produce from the restaurant's own vegetable garden.
28 rue Jean Rey, 75015 Paris
Gastronomic cuisine in a bistro. This is what the Ardoise du XV offers with its fragrant recipes and fresh produce. Opened in 2012, the chef Maxime Vilatte has the title of Maître Restaurateur (certification of 100% home-made).
With a healthy menu in line with seasonal products, you will quickly be won over by the few proposals and the lunchtime menu which changes every day during the week.
70 Rue Sébastien Mercier, 75015 Paris.
South Korea has been in the international spotlight for some years now thanks to its pop music and culture, which is of increasing interest to the curious and intrepid traveller. Korean cuisine has nothing to be ashamed of either, as it consists of a variety of dishes rich in flavour and with healthy nutrients that are good for the body.
What better way to enjoy the specialties of the "Land of the Morning Calm" than on a sunny terrace?
33 Rue Violet, 75015 Paris.
Once again, we find American cuisine, but this time combined with a fusion of influences from elsewhere and here: Mexican cuisine. Nachos, fajitas, quesadillas, tacos but also burgers and fish & chips are waiting for you impatiently in this franchise in Paris and its suburbs.
Indiana Café Beaugrenelle, only 10 minutes walk from the Gustave hotel, welcomes you in a joyful and good mood.
12 rue Linois, 75015 Paris.
34 Rue Viala,
75015 PARIS, FRANCE
+33 (0)1 40 58 11 66
+33 (0)1 40 58 11 66