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Located between the Luxembourg Gardens and the Pantheon, the majestic Hôtel André Latin is set amid the picturesque streets and universities in the 5th arrondissement of Paris, recognized as the oldest area in the capital.

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Our recommendations

A customized list, always in line with the spirit of André Latin.


Bistroy les papilles

Gourmet yes, but very convivial as if at an old friend's house. In 2003, Bertrand BLUY opened "Le Bistroy... Les Papilles". A name as warm and spirited as its cuisine, as striking and direct as its service. Chef Tom (Ulric CLAUDE) invites you to enjoy delicious food made from local products.

30 Rue Gay Lussac, 75005 Paris

01 43 25 20 79


L'Orée du Parc

A cafeteria just the way we like it: authentic and plentiful. The products come directly from Lozère and the Plateau of Aubrac. Daily specials difficult to find anywhere else (don't miss the Swiss chard pâté).

9 Rue de l'Abbé de l'Épée, 75005 Paris

01 43 54 41 99


Café de la Nouvelle Mairie

Seasonal dishes & natural wines are the key words!

19 Rue des Fossés Saint-Jacques, 75005 Paris

01 44 07 04 41


Buns Paris

It's fast quality food, in other words it's a quality fast food restaurant featuring the invincible hamburger.

8 Rue Gay Lussac, 75005 Paris

01 56 81 67 58



Tibetan specialties in a typical and colorful decor for a guaranteed change of scenery. Eat-in or take-out.

206 Rue Saint Jacques, 75005 Paris

01 43 29 96 14


Calame Concept Store

Cosy shop, specializing in the art of writing, selling office accessories, cards, pens and inks.

15 Rue Claude Bernard, 75005 Paris

01 47 07 15 85


Le Tajine

Small high-class Moroccan restaurant with a typical warm and friendly welcome. On the menu: Pastilla, Couscous, Grillades, Tajines, etc. All served in beautiful traditional dishes and enhanced with a fine bottle of natural wine.

13 rue de Crussol, 75011 Paris

01 47 00 28 67


Le Petit Célestin

Unusual and traditional bistro-style restaurant. Le Petit Célestin team will welcome you with a smile to serve you refined traditional dishes and help you choose the best wine to accompany your meal.

12 Quai des Célestins, 75004 Paris

01 42 72 20 81



In the kitchen, chef Jaïs Mimoun, who worked with Eric Frechon, offers generous and seasonal "bistronomic" dishes.

3 Rue Surcouf, 75007 Paris

01 45 51 98 16

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