Where to eat oysters in Paris! 5 great restaurants!

Posted by on November 2, 2012

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Personally I have tasted in a restaurant in the French Quarter of New Orleans listening to a fabulous blues live session, and I must say that it was great and because of the large number of fans in search of the best oysters here’s a list. Paris offers many opportunities for lovers of tasty oysters, many restaurants and bistros where you can taste this mollusc. Those of Paris by Mouth have selected 5 restaurants which I reproduce below in order of preference given.

Huiltrerie Regis

Huiltrerie Regis

1 Huîtrerie Régis Régis, for those of PBM, oysters reared in the Marennes-Oléron are among the best.  Near the Abbey of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, the oldest church in Paris, between 20 and 35 euro.

The Ecailler du Bistrot

The Ecailler du Bistrot

2 ° The Ecailler du Bistrot, specializing in seafood right next to Paul Bert recommended to meat lovers. In the Bastille district, between 20 and 35 euro for lunch (up to 50 for dinner).

Garnier

Garnier

3 ° Garnier, a classic and elegant brasserie, recommended for lovers of oysters. Near the Gare Saint-Lazare Paris, up to 100 € for dinner  (up to 50 € for lunch).

The Ecume Saint-Honoré

The Ecume Saint-Honoré

4 ° The Ecume Saint-Honoré, a nice poissonnerie, with some tables prepared for tasting oysters. Near Place Vendôme, between 10 and 20 euro for lunch.

The Huîtrier

The Huîtrier

5 ° The Huîtrier, classic French cuisine, casual and modern. Near Triumph Arc, between 35 and 50 euro.

Travel photos: ketou-daisuki, nestingnewyork, doubleh_s, t a m, cathydanh.

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