The World Cuisine in the Latin Quarter
The Latin Quarter is one of the most popular areas of the capital. It is rich of tourist sites, cultural places but also of cafés and restaurants. The latter offer a huge variety of cuisines from all over the world, so you will have the opportunity to travel and enjoy several culinary creations while walking through the streets of the district.
We have created for you a selection of restaurants offering different cuisines to make the most of the neighborhood's gastronomic richness.
The refined and original creations of a Japanese chef who fell in love with French cuisine. On the menu are true encounters between the two cuisines, such as the Bento de cordon bleu comté, shiso sauce poireaux, amandes fumées. A ten-minute walk from the Monge Hotel.
A brand new address, literally a stone's throw from the Hotel Monge. This restaurant run by two Argentine brothers, will make you feel like you're in South America thanks to generous cuisine, carefully selected meats and a choice of very refined wines in a typically Parisian atmosphere. A 8-minute walk from the Monge Hotel.
The founder of Hutong Paris opened this restaurant with the aim of sharing with Parisians the cuisine of Northern China, which is still little represented in the capital. This cuisine uses wheat flour as its main condiment, declined in several forms such as noodles, buns or ravioli. A traditional cuisine prepared every day under your eyes. A 20-minute walk from the hotel Monge.
If you're in the mood for simple, authentic cuisine with the flavors of Italy, Respiro's Sicilian chef has created for you the warm atmosphere of his native country. You will be able to taste pasta, pizzas or typical desserts of the Sicilian tradition. A 9-minute walk from the hotel Monge.
We wish you a pleasant gastronomic journey in the Latin Quarter!
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