Best crepes and onion soup in Paris.

I was so enthusiastic when I started this post and got very upset during the writing and researching process. 

I wanted to share with you, my dear travelers, good restaurants in Paris and I figured out that most of them closed down because of the pandemic.  

It was very upsetting and disappointing. 

So, I can share only two my favourite places to eat which I really like. The food was very good and delicious. And I recommend these places. 

Best French onion soup 

27 rue des 2 Ponts 

Pom'Cannelle ,  27 rue des 2 Ponts  Pari,s Restaurant
Pom’Cannelle , 27 rue des 2 Ponts 

This is modest, but cozy restaurant, located on Ile Saint Louis and they have the best French onion soup. 

I will be honest, and I am very sorry to say it, but I don’t understand onion soup. I tried it several times in good restaurants, but…. never liked it. 

Of course, in Paris, it would be a shame not to test it again and…. I didn’t regret … it was absolutely delicious. 

Our food was very appetizing. We had onion soup, meat, ratatouille (another delicious dish to try) and ice cream. Our dinner was very enjoyable. 

Pom’Cannelle located in a tourist area, close to the Cathedral Notre-Dame de Paris, but hidden from tourists. I recommend this place.   

Best creeps  
Au P’tit Grec

 68 Rue Mouffetard 

Au P'tit Grec,  68 Rue Mouffetard   , crêpes, Paris
Au P’tit Grec, 68 Rue Mouffetard 

I think this is the best crepes in Paris. 

This little café opened in 1981. It has style, good quality of food, wide varieties, amazing taste and fun. Also, a perfect meal on the budget. 

The Au P’tit Grec located in 5th arr., only 20 minutes walk from Cathedral Notre-Dame de Paris or 13 minutes from Luxembourg Gardens. 

They are still open, and I recommend this place as well. 

Unluckily, this is only two café from my list survived, and I really hope they can find a way continues to work. 

Wait !!! 

One more Must-visit café! 

Café de Flore 

172 Boulevard Saint-Germain

Café de Flore,  172 Boulevard Saint-Germain , Paris
Café de Flore, 172 Boulevard Saint-Germain

This is one of the oldest coffee houses in Paris. It first appeared around 1887. Lots of celebrities, famous actors, art people, high-profile writers and philosophers visited this café. 

Café de Flore  located at the corner of Boulevard Saint-Germain and Rue Saint-Benoît, in the 6th arrondissement. 

That is all !

Bone Appetite! 

30 thoughts on “Best crepes and onion soup in Paris.

    1. We have the same situation in Canada and I guess it’s everywhere. Very sad.
      Thanks a lot for reading and supporting my blog. I definitely will visit yours. Stay safe.


  1. Sad that so many places are not re-opening after the pandemic, but you’ve given me a couple of places to put on the “must visit list” for next time. I suppose to look on the bright side there will be new favourites to find and enjoy as things get back to the new normal.

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  2. I know la rue des deux-ponts. A very pleasant street. I will try Pom’canelle. (I may actually have bought ice-cream there already)
    Soupe à l’oignon is an art. Very much recommend after a night of partying and drinking. Have a soupe à l’oignon in the wee hours of the morning. Maybe at les Halles (Chien qui fume)

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