The discreet rue Cadet if a great launching pad to the rest of Paris. In one direction, you find yourself a few short minutes from the Grands Boulevards and Opéra, not far from the Departments Stores. A bit further on, and you'll find yourself at the Louvre and the Quais de Seine. In the other direction, a couple minutes' walk will see you to rue des Martyrs, a shopping district for all residents of the right bank. Then, you'll reach Pigalle, which has become a festive nightspot, despite it's risqué past. Look up, and you'll see Sacré-Coeur overlooking northern Paris.
Over the last 150 years, the famous Folies Bergère music hall has been graced by many of the greatest stars, from Charlie Chaplin to Mistinguette, Josephine Baker and Jean Gabin. A prestigious venue, which continues to welcome illusionists, comics, performers and variety shows all year round. 32, rue Richer, 9e Tel : +33 1 44 79 98 60
A hidden establishment in the 10th district reserved for barely twenty or so guests, Abri is the restaurant of the Japanese chef Katsuaki Okiyama, ex Robuchon and Taillevent. Almost as if by magic, he produces his delightful signature cuisine including bass, squid, cod or duck breast with perfect accompaniments. Street-food menu at midday on Saturday.
92, rue du Faubourg Poissonnière, 10e Tel : +33 1 83 97 00 00
A former chef from Fauchon and from the Delicabar au Bon Marché restaurant, the chef pâtissier runs one of Paris’ finest pâtisseries in rue des Martyrs. We find a touch of nostalgia in both the decor and the recipes, with customers flocking here to take away puits d’amour, eclairs, gingerbread and other confectionery products. 22, rue des Martyrs, 9e Tel : +33 1 71 18 24 70
Paris’ finest terrace welcomes you with its unimpeded view of the Eiffel Tower. Recipes which redefine the culinary identity of Le Café de l’Homme in keeping with the seasons, using outstanding ingredients. You can benefit from a special price thanks to our partnership with this outstanding establishment.
17 Place du Trocadéro et du 11 Novembre, 16e
Tel : +33 1 44 05 30 15
Le Petit Cadet invites you to try the dishes prepared by the Chef Thierry Barbier. Whether it’s to have dinner or simply to enjoy a drink, this restaurant offers an unforgettable moment for guests taking a detour down Cour Cadet
9, rue Cadet, 9e
Tel : +33 1 47 70 78 51
With a minimalist, almost monastic setting, the French bistronomic spirit, with a touch of a Brazilian accent, shines through. This is fusion cuisine, where foie gras mixes with guava jelly, where the banana farofa brings the pressed pour to life, with a touch of kaffir lime and a dash of açai...
55, rue de Paradis, 10e
Tel : +33 1 42 26 59 93
At La Mère de Famille chocolate shop, listed as a historical monument, you’ll find a genuine museum dedicated to chocolate and a paradise for food lovers, where the chef, Julien Merceron’s, creativity and the incredible window displays each season make this establishment something of an institution in Paris.
35, rue du Faubourg Montmartre, 9e
Tel : +33 1 47 70 83 69
This space has taken on a soul of it's own, echoing the long decades and vibrating to the many stories of it's inhabitants, famous or unknown, who have come for a romantic stay with their partner or to be with friends and family.
7, Rue du Faubourg Montmartre, 10e
Tel : +33 1 47 70 86 29