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Since all restaurants were ordered to shut down on March 15 because of the lockdown in Paris, we’ve all been forced to reacquaint ourselves with the kitchen. The once habitual coffee-runs or workday lunches at trusty spots are now considered a luxury!
You might be feeling exhausted from constantly cooking, washing, and cleaning. If you’re looking to take a break from your kitchen, this article is for you. We’ve rounded up a list of all the best restaurants and cafés in Paris that have partially re-opened with delivery or take-away options available!
|INSIDR Tip: We will be updating this list so make sure to keep checking back!|
You’ll find our recommendations for:
– Bistronomic food to-go!
– Italian food
– Asian food
– weekday treats
– bread and pastry shops
– take-away coffee shops
– wine and cheese shops
Tomy & Co.
You’ve never imagined that a Michelin star meal could be served in take-away boxes, have you? We love that Tomy & Co., a bistronomic restaurant in the 7th arrondissement of the city has adapted its menu quickly to keep serving food to Parisians during this time!
Basically, they release a weekly menu for 35€ that consists of an entrée, main dish, and dessert! Not bad, right? You can pick it up at the restaurant or you can have it delivered for an additional 6€.
Address: 22 Rue Surcouf, 75007 Paris
Schedule: Monday – Saturday
Find the weekly menu on Instagram
Le Beurre Noisette
Another bistronomic experience you can have at home is from Le Beurre Noisette in the 15th arrondissement. For only 25€ on weekdays, you can enjoy a delicious 3-course meal! Their menu changes daily and you can also order à la carte. Each main dish only costs 12€. This week, we’re loving their lamb shoulder with confit lemons!
If you wanna jazz up your Saturday night, we suggest ordering their menu for only 28€!
Address: 68 Rue Vasco de Gama, 75015
Schedule: Monday to Saturday
Find their weekly menu on their website.
You can order by phone: 01 48 56 82 49
If you’re hungry but you only have 10€, don’t despair, Bouillon has launched their take-away menu called Bouillion Service! Basically, you get a 3-course meal for the shockingly low price of 10€! The set menu changes daily but some all dishes are fine examples of humble French home cooking! You can also buy bottles of wine for only 10€ each!
Make sure to order a day ahead and pick your order up at the restaurant on the day!
Address: 22 Boulevard de Clichy, 75018
Schedule: daily from 10am to 10pm
Order online here
Craving for pizza? Lucky for you, Faggio Paris has decided to stay open during the lockdown. You can still enjoy their delicious pizzas via take-away (make sure to call ahead). Remember, all payment can only be done by card!
Order via phone: 01 40 37 44 02
Address: 72 Rue Marguerite de Rochechouart, 75009
Schedule: 12pm-2pm & 7pm-10pm daily
Find their menu on Instagram @faggio_paris
If you’re living in the southern arrondissements, Tripletta in the 14th arrondissement is your answer for some Napoli-style pizzas. Only a few steps from Gare Montparnasse, you can pick-up your orders with ease! They are also available on Deliveroo.
Address: 1 impasse de la Gaité, 75014
Check their Instagram @triplettaparis for updates on their schedules!
Apart from being able to order their pizzas via Deliveroo, you can also purchase their curated baskets of Italian ingredients! Just simple fill out their Google form to place an order. But a word of caution though: delivery fees can get pretty expensive depending on where you live!
If you live nearby, you can still head to their epicerie which is open daily from 11:30am until 7:30pm!
Address: 37 Rue Sainte-Croix de la Bretonnerie, 75004
Home delivery order form
Southeast Asian flavors from The Hood
Southeast Asian cuisine is probably one of those dishes that are hard to re-create at home in Paris just because the ingredients are harder to find. Luckily, The Hood has launched an online shop where you can pre-order dishes like Laksa, Chicken Rice, and Nasi Lemak for pick-up or delivery!
Address: 80 Rue Jean Pierre Timbaud, 75011
Schedule: 12pm-10pm from Thursday to Sunday
Order online here
Check for schedule updates on their Instagram @thehoodparis
Korean food from Pierre Sang
Although most of Chef Pierre Sang’s restaurants closed as soon as the lockdown was announced, you can still enjoy a traditional Korean ‘bibimbap’ from his restaurants in the 6th and 11th arrondissements! You can order via UberEats or Deliveroo!
|INSIDR Tip: If you want to try making your own bibimbap at home, shop online for ingredients instead! Check out our list of online food markets here.|
Address: 12 Rue Notre Dame des Champs, 75006
Pierre Sang on Deliveroo
Pierre Sang on UberEats
Sushi from Matsuri Paris
Matsuri Paris is one of our favorite sushi places in the city during this confinement period because they have the most number of shops open for take-away! They have 8 restaurants available and the best part is, they have locations for people living outside of the Paris’ ‘petite couronne’!
Matsuri Paris official website
Matsuri Paris facebook page
If you’re craving for some dumplings and you live in Bastille, use your allowed 1-hour of outdoor time to pick-up food from 21G Dumpling! Apart from dimsum, they also have fried rice, stir-fried vegetables, and dessert! They are also available on Deliveroo, UberEats, and Glovo!
Address: 167 rue du Faubourg St Antoine, 75011
21G Dumpling official website
Thai food from Street Bangkok
Before the confinement, Street BKK was one of our favorite lunch places back when our team worked at the office. They always had a busy kitchen but service was always efficient, and what’s more is that the food was always great. So it’s such a delight to hear that they’re now able to do deliveries via Deliveroo and UberEats!
It’s important to know that you can only order the rice and noodle dishes from the Levallois branch and the Grands Boulevards location only has variations of their spicy fried chicken on the menu.
Fry & Beer address: 14 Rue du Faubourg Poissonnière, 75010
Rice & Noodles address: 12 Rue Aristide Briand, 92300 Levallois-Perret
Open daily from 12pm – 8:30pm
Du Pain et Des Idées
Even though bakeries were excluded from the lockdown as they’re deemed an essential establishment, they also suffered from long lines just like supermarkets. Being one of the most popular boulangeries in in the Right Bank of the city, Du Pain et Des Idées has now become more available to Parisians by launching their online shop!
You won’t have to wait in line for a long time to enjoy their famous escargot pistache chocolat and chausson à la pomme fraiche! Just order online and you can schedule a pick-up!
Address: 34 rue Yves Toudic, 75010
Schedule: from 6:45am-7:30pm Monday to Friday; closed on Saturday and Sunday
Circus Bakery in the Latin Quarter’s claim to fame was their heavenly cinnamon buns. Now during this confinement period, they’ve really timed launching their delivery service Flying Circus perfectly! Through their new online shop, you can pre-order bread for next-day delivery! But if you live in the area, you can also stop by their bakery in the 5th arrondissement and pick-up your order before 2pm.
We highly recommend their sourdough bread and cinnamon ribbon! They also have delicious coffee beans from Hexagone!
Address: 63 Rue Galande, 75005
Flying Circus website
When you’re in between Zoom calls and you just don’t have the time to whip up a weekday lunch, we highly recommend that you place an order with Muscovado! You can choose to have it delivered to your home or schedule a pick-up at their café.
This all-day brunch café has just launched their online store where you can pre-order their best-selling sweet and savory treats! They have their breakfast burrito served with sweet potato fries, a generous salad bowl, as well as a taste of the Philippines with their chicken adobo.
UPDATE: They will be open Friday to Sunday for take-away food and coffee! No need for pre-orders.
Address: 1 rue Sedaine, 75011
Pick-up schedule: 11:30am-2:30pm daily (must be booked ahead)
Order online here
For a craving that’s more unique, we highly recommend ordering food from Miznon. Before the imposed lockdown, they always had long lines outside their door of people wanting to eat their delicious Israeli food. They’re most famous for their pita sandwiches that are stuffed with chicken, lamb, or steak, and roast vegetables that truly bring out the Israeli flavors. You can order via UberEats.
Address: 22 rue des Ecouffes 75004
Des Gateaux et Du Pain
Finally! A shop that delivers not just within Paris’ city limits but also to the city’s surrounding suburbs! Des Gateaux et Du Pain would be the perfect treat for any special occasions that you might be celebrating during confinement. Because not all of us are home-bakers and flour can be really hard to find these days, just place an order online! You can also pick-up your order at their shop in the 15th or in the 7th arrondissement.
We highly recommend their Absolu Citron which is their modern take on the classic lemon tart! You also can’t go wrong with their decadent chocolate cake.
7th arrondissement address: 89 rue du Bac, 75007
Schedule: 10am-12pm & 3pm-6pm, closed on Tuesday and Sunday
15th arrondissement address: 63 Boulevard Pasteur, 75015
Schedule: 10am-6pm, closed on Tuesday and Sunday
Order online here
Terres de Café
Finally! One of our favorite coffee shops in Paris are now able to re-open 2 of their cafés in the city for take-away! Did you know that Terres de Café was recognized as the first specialty coffee shop in Paris in 2017? That’s right! This café takes into importance the raw materials, the process of producing the coffee beans, and the roasting to make each cup special and of high quality.
Apart from being able to get take-away coffee, you can also show your support by ordering online some specialty coffee accessories and their merchandise!
Rambuteau café: 14 rue Rambuteau, 75004
Schedule: Monday – Friday from 9am-12:30pm; 1pm-5:30pm
Batignolles café: 33 rue des Batignolles, 75017
Schedule: Tuesday – Saturday; fro 9am-12:30pm; 1pm-5:30pm
Dreamin’ Man Paris
If your neighborhood is near the Republique area, Dreamin’ Man’s reopening is great news for you! This small café that does take-away coffee and sweets is run by the ex-barista at the famous Boot Café in Le Marais.
Rambuteau café: 140 rue Amelot, 75011
Schedule: Monday – Saturday 8:30am – 6:00pm; Sunday 11:00am – 6:00pm
For those of you around the 2nd arrondissement on the Right Bank, you can now get your coffee fix at Téléscope! They cover the classics here: good coffee, good pastries, and good vibes.
Rambuteau café: 5 Rue Villédo, 75001
Schedule: Monday – Friday 8:30am – 5:00pm
Good News Coffee Shop
We could all use some Good News right now! If you’re living on the Left Bank of the Seine, enjoy some delicious coffee to-go from this cute café in the 15th arrondissement. Apart from coffees, they also have a delicious brunch menu!
Address: 27 bis Rue Mademoiselle, 75015
Schedule: Thursday – Sunday; 9:30am to 4pm
Find their menu on Instagram
Le Mary Céleste
Just because bars and restaurants are still closed, it doesn’t mean there’s no more fun to be had! Le Mary Céleste was one of Paris’ most popular restaurant and bars before the Covid-19 pandemic landed in the city.
While we’re bummed that we can’t sit at the bar to drink their expertly-mixed cocktails and enjoy their delicious dishes, we’re happy to share that they’ve recently launched their e-shop where you can purchase different curated sets of wines for a fixed price! You can have them delivered to your home or pick them up at the restaurant!
Address: 1 Rue Commines, 75003
Order online here
Fine wines from Le Comptoir du Canal
If you live near the 19th arrondissement of Paris and you’re looking for a cave with good wines, head over to Le Comptoir du Canal. Here, you can purchase wine at ‘prix caviste’ which means there’s no added cost and it’ll be cheaper than at supermarkets!
You can also buy charcuterie and cheese from their shop. At the moment, they’re only available for pick-ups.
Address: 14 quai de la Loire, 75019
Check their Instagram @lecomptoirducanal for schedule updates
Cheeses from Fromagerie Marie-Anne Cantin
While it’s true that you can still buy some cheeses at your local supermarket, there’s really nothing like the cheese from expert Fromager Marie-Anne Cantin! Her cheese shop in the Left Bank is one of the most popular ones in Paris and now, you won’t need to leave your home to enjoy her selections. Through the platform Epicery, they can deliver cheese anywhere in France.
You can order single blocks of cheese or even an assortment of cheeses! Remember, this is best enjoyed with good bread and fine wine.
Address: 12 Rue du Champ de Mars, 75007
Online shop on Epicery
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