Best Restaurants On Rue Saint-Marthe, Paris

Photo of Laura Rojas
9 February 2017

Paris, France has great places to eat but what happens when you find a very chic and colorful street, such as the Rue Cremieux, but with wonderful food? The senses start tingling. Follow us to the best places on this gourmet street.

La Sardine

Charcuterie, Bar, Restaurant, French, Tapas, $$$
Bar La Sardine, Paris
Bar La Sardine, Paris | Courtesy of Laura Rojas
Relax in the terrace of this very chill restaurant, which serves quality tapas and cocktails. You will see this place filled with locals mingling. La Sardine’s prices are reasonable and their steak tartare, burgers and planche charcuterie-fromage are great for sharing an Apero with friends.

Le Galopin

Restaurant, French, European, $$$
Le Galopin, Rue Sainte-Marthe
Le Galopin, Rue Sainte-Marthe | Courtesy of Le Galopin
This is the spot to find French, haute cuisine by Top Chef 2010 winner, Romain Tischenko. Romain traveled all over France in search of different flavors and worked at several Michelin star restaurants before getting involved in the Top Chef adventure. His brother, Maxime, who also grew up in this epicurean world became passionate about wines by working at Le Chateaubriand (cited on The World’s 50 Best Restaurants). Their formation at top restaurants is clearly seen on the gastronomic journey they want to take you on at Le Galopin. Their evening tasting menu is composed of seven plates, which are always changing. Ordering this leads to a fantastic and flavorful journey. Their lunch menu is composed of an appetizer, a main dish and a dessert.

Jambo, L'African Explorer

Diner, Restaurant, African, 0
Restaurant rwandais "Jambo", Paris
Restaurant rwandais "Jambo", Paris | Courtesy of Laura Rojas
Traditional, African cuisine by the Red Cross missionary chef, Pierre Olivier-Pinguet is served here. This Parisian restaurantspecializes in Ugandian, Kenyan, Tanzanian and Rwandan cuisine in a very intimate and cozy environment. It’s clear the chef is passionate about the culture and evidently the food. He will bring a blend of exotic spices to diner’s palates and will be happy to answer any questions. The food, coupled with the atmosphere, ends up being both original and exotic. Open your palate to a whole new experience.

Dixième Degré

Restaurant, French, $$$
Dixième Degré, Paris
Dixième Degré, Paris | Courtesy of Laura Rojas
With a colorful, flavorful and cosmopolitan menu, geared mainly towards French cuisine, this place’s menu is ever-changing as seems to be the trend on Rue Saint-Marthe. Here you will find French traditional cuisine, with perhaps some Asian influence from time to time on the menu. The atmosphere is relaxed, colorful and happy. Cocktails are great and ready to be paired with your dish.

Coisas do Brasil

Brazilians have a very heartfelt cuisine and this place is a Brazilian gem in Paris, Situated in Belleville, Paris and featuring feijoada, goigabada, caipirinha, tasteful dishes are served up in a very warm, tropical and authentic atmosphere. The prices are great and the flavor is abundant. For the many Brazilians traveling who miss home, this is the perfect spot.

Tierra del Fuego

Restaurant, Chilean, French, American, $$$
Tierra del Fuego, Paris
Tierra del Fuego, Paris | Courtesy of Laura Rojas
A Latin American food-haven, the chef is Chilean and can certainly make excellent empanadas. Try their ceviche, chili con carne, beer pork, or many other specialities that will make any eater swoon. With an emphasis on authenticity, Tierra del Fuego pulls culinary inspiration from a mix of Chilean, Peruvian, Bolivian, Argentinian and Mexican cuisine. They also offer Latin American wine and spirits right next door, where they have fantastic Pisco, among other specialties and spices.

La Cave à Michel

Bar, Wine Bar, Wine Seller, French, Tapas, $$$
La Cave à Michel, Paris
La Cave à Michel, Paris | Courtesy of La Cave à Michel
La Cave à Michel is a high-quality wine bar serving tapas, catered by the Top Chef owner of Le Galopin. It’s chic and casual. Their tapas menu changes daily so be sure to follow the culinary and wine adventure they have prepared for guests, visible on their social media accounts. This will be, as the French like to say ‘un coup de cœur’, a new place that steals your heart away.

Aitana, Le 31 Produits Iberiques

Butcher, Charcuterie, Deli, French
Aitana, Le 31 Produits Ibériques, Paris
Aitana, Le 31 Produits Ibériques, Paris | Courtesy of Aitana
This is the place where world-renowned chef, Alain Ducasse, gets his charcuterie for his Michelin-starred restaurants. Great quality products, and degustation on the spot, Aitana is a haven for meat lovers.

La Tête dans les Olives

Grocery Store, Italian, French
La Tete Dans les Olives, Rue Saint-Marthe
La Tete Dans les Olives, Rue Saint-Marthe | Courtesy of La Tête dans les Olives 
Cédric Casanova, also known as ‘Il Padrone’, selects the finest olive oils and sicilian gourmet products here for your taste. This is a high-quality olive oil vender by day and by night, a host to perhaps the smallest and coziest place in Paris. Here it’s possible to enjoy an intimate dinner in a proper Italian setting whose chalet closely embodies a Sicilian atmosphere.

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