You noticed Parisians love to spend some time in bistros. Just like pubs in London, wine bars are the most social places in Paris. If you’re up for a ride out in Grand Boulevard, Le Zinc des Cavistes is a great place to practice your Parisian style. Wine list is limited but is balanced with the charcuterie and cheese plates (‘planches’) that are top quality. And this is a must; you’ll get the opportunity to taste the real camembert.
The Parisian bistro owned by Kevin, cousin of Williamson et Johnston (Willi’s Wine Bar), offers natural and organic wines and serves great fresh food. It is a great pick to eat before or after an evening at one of the numerous theaters of Grands Boulevards. Or to spend some good time with friends in a relaxed and friendly place.
The small restaurant is well-known in the neighborhood and gets quickly busy at lunch time. Our advice is to come early!
What to eat? The menu (lunch 15€ / dinner 22€) is good value. We especially loved the fish tartar with a glass of chardonnay.
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