Isita Paris Restaurant City Guide

Welcome back to our restaurant city guides. We've been living in Paris for a month now and have been looking for the best frites, foie gras and Parisian essence. We share with you four of our must-visit places if you ever find yourself in the city. Read on to find out more about the uniqueness of Paris and its classic traditional cuisine.

A Daytime getaway

Brasserie Lipp

The all time famous Brasserie Lipp founded in 1880 located in the neighbourhood of Saint Germain-des-prés invites you to a unique conserved in time endroit. It’s art nouveau style from the mirror covered walls to the floral painted tiles and ceilings are an owe to the french elegance. Serves traditional dishes full of flavour that you won't regret.
Brasserie Lipp


Chez l’ami Louis

Chez l’amie Louis is a tiny french restaurant located in the narrow streets of the ‘’3rd arrondissement’’. The restaurant serves a variety of excellent french cuisine dishes, but we recommend you to order the foie gras, roasted chicken with the tower frites (Best you will ever tried) or the house salad and to put the cherry on top we suggest the strawberries with cream.
Chez l'ami Louis


Le Voltaire

A ''chic'' Parisian restaurant previously home of the writer François-Marie Arouet known as Voltaire. The place offers a creative jet traditional french cuisine in an elegant sophisticated space. It is located in ''Rive Gauche'' on the riverside.
Le Voltaire


Hôtel Costes

For a fun night out, stop by the restaurant inside the Hotel Costes. A romantic and cosy red and black space, decorated with antique french furniture and woodwork details. Enjoy your wonderful dinner around the Italian-style courtyard lit by candles and warm lights to the sound of glamorous musical ambience. You can't leave without trying the house nems and visiting the bar area designed in a theatrical style.
Hotel Costes