A Mexican restaurant in Saint Germain-des-Prés, Fajitas attracts young people who are willing to experiment with innovative food. The restaurant is owned by a Mexican/American couple.
If you relish the tastes and flavours of Tex-Mex, it isn’t worth a miss.
An authentic Japanese restaurant in the 6th arrondissement, Yen boasts of a wide range of Japanese delicacies and a minimalist decor. The white flag outside will be sure to catch your attention.
Le Salon d’Helene
Basque chef-owner Helene Darroze brings to you tapas-style dining and some really authentic delicacies at this salon. The place deserves a special mention owed to the effort that is put in preparing every delicacy.
Head to Fogón for the ambiance, the culture and the aura. The Spanish restaurant on the banks of the river Seine brings Spain on the platter.
Bread & Roses
Located on the cusp of the Luxembourg Gardens, Bread & Roses is where you get an extensive range of breads and pastries. Among other things, the bakery offers tarts filled with strawberry, breads stuffed with fruits and puff pastries with onions and tomatoes.
A tavern in the 6th arrondissement, L’AvantComptoir serves imaginative tapas from France. The macarons of boudin noir and brochettes of foiegras are must-tries.