Bistros & Restos 1st to 5th Arr.

Le Dome du Marais

On the site of a giant “pawnshop” authorized by Louis XVI in 1777 a magnificent dining room emerged under the glass dome in what had been the auction room. This was not the traditional pawnshop with the three hanging balls that we know from film noir. Living on reputation, somewhat like a fallen aristocrat, Dome has been recently taken over by the young restaurateur Cyril Munier who installed the Norman chef Christian LeClere and the results are splendide.

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Juien was born in southwest France, spent his childhood in Martinique and worked fro four years in London in the financial world but it was time to get back to France and his roots.

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No one should have a bad meal in Paris! Whether a 2-star restaurant or a local bistro there should always be an excellent rapport qualité prix– relationship between price and quality. At my favorites you will be treated as a regular and have a satisfying experience. Just tell them  “Terrance sent you.”


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Regularly scheduled literary salons with guest writers, private dinners, restaurant openings, wine tastings,market visits and cooking classes attract a discerning, sophisticated crowd who love to have a good time while they learn. Our cadre of Paris–based colleagues happily share their passion for this magical city.