1. Boulangerie Moderne by Thierry Rabineau
This homemade bakery sells “miracle” sweets that might make Emily shorten her favorite morning jog to taste. Pain Au Chocolat – Croissant’s brother is a famous dish at Rue Des Fosses Saint Jacques that will make you fall in love.
2. La Maison Rose
La Maison Rose is a pretty restaurant in trendy Montmartre, where Emily and Mindy dine at a table on the sidewalk watching people pass by. Super pretty restaurant with pink walls, blue shutters are extremely romantic. The restaurant’s menu is known for its fresh, seasonal ingredients, signature dishes like salmon in saffron garlic aioli and cheesecake with seasonal fruit. This is a perfect choice with a combination of beautiful space, delicious food, and a very Parisian atmosphere.
3. Café de Flore
Café de Flore appears in the scene where Emily sits with Thomas watching people pass by. This Art Décor cafe on Avenue Saint-Germain is an Instagram hot spot. This used to be a gathering place for artists and writers in the 30s and 40s of the last century, with famous names such as Picasso, Ossip Zadkine, Georges Bataille and even the philosophical couple Jean- Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir. Occasionally, they still hold philosophical debates there.
4. Les Deux Comperes
Do you remember the scene when Emily thought about it and begged the neighborhood chef Gabriel to help her with an important meal when she couldn’t get a table at Le Grand Véfour. In the movie, this restaurant is called Les Deux Comperes, but in real life it’s a nice little Italian eatery called Terra Nera. It may sound strange to go to France and go to an Italian restaurant, but a fan of “Emily in Paris” certainly can’t be missed, and besides, this is a fairly old restaurant dating back to the 19th century, so if If you have the opportunity 2Nice think you should try it!
5. Le Grand Véfour
Among the top 10 “most romantic” restaurants in the world, Le Grand Véfour was named the most beautiful restaurant with a sparkling reflective ceiling typical of early 19th century glass painting art. History records that, this place was once the destination of Napoleon, Colette, Jean Cocteau, Victor Hugo, Alexander Dumas, Henri Balzac, Jean Christophe, and Jean-Paul Sartre, so it’s not difficult to understand that if you want to order dinner here, everyone has to. place up to 3 months early like Emily in the movie (actually because she mistook August 11 for November 8). This “genuine” restaurant has been around since the 18th century, and is a prestigious Michelin-starred restaurant. This place serves high-class dishes such as gold leaf, foie gras, … in the luxurious space of gilded walls and red velvet tablecloths.