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The French capital boasts some of the most instantly recognizable, iconic monuments in the world, with Notre Dame cathedral, the Louvre and the Eiffel Tower lined up in a great sweep along the River Seine. Yet for all its historic grandeur, elegant boulevards, world-class museums, chic boutiques and cosmopolitan buzz, Paris is also an intimate, intensely lived-in city, best discovered on foot. Each district has its own distinct style, bars, food market and village atmosphere.

Le Petit Bordelais

Le Petit Bordelais

Gastronomic history lives here at Le Petit...

Gastronomic history lives here at Le Petit... Editors' Note

Gastronomic history lives here at Le Petit Bordelais, a traditional French restaurant in the heart of the seventh arrondissement, just moments from the river. With its intimate atmosphere and stylish surroundings, Le Petit Bordelais combines contemporary and historic wonderfully. For many years this building has been a restaurant, however it’s only since 2007, when Michelin starred Phillipe Pentecote – who trained under Michel Rostang among others – took over the helm. Here Pentecote has continued his illustrious career, creating seasonal dishes especially designed to compliment an impressive wine list. Regional dishes give a gastronomic impression of France, North to South, East to West, from a very Parisian entrecote frites to a countryside inspired confit shoulder of lamb.

Le Petit Bordelais
22 Rue Surcouf, Paris, 75007 Paris
Tour Eiffel
12:00-14:30,19:30-22:30 Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat