Restaurants Open on Sundays in Paris - The MICHELIN Guide (2024)

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In Paris, as elsewhere, finding a restaurant that's open on a Sunday can be something of a challenge. To ensure that your lunch with family or friends is a complete success, we have curated a selection of establishments in The MICHELIN Guide that are open on Sundays – some all day.

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Updated on 14 March 2024

Amarante

4 rue Biscornet, 75012 Paris

€€€ · Traditional Cuisine

Open Sunday: 12.30pm to 3pm / 7.30pm to 11pm

If you’re looking to eat out in traditional French style on a Sunday, make a beeline for Amarante. The 'Cuisine de France' reference on its glass frontage hints at what you’ll find on the menu here, which champions typical French dishes such as Kintoa pork terrine and veal tongue in a simple, vintage-style setting.

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Atelier Maître Albert

1 rue Maître-Albert, 75005 Paris

€€ · Traditional Cuisine

Open Sunday: 12pm to 2.30pm / 6.30pm to 10pm

In this house dating back to 1400, architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte has successfully fused the fabric of its historic stone walls with a more contemporary design. Bearing the signature of Guy Savoy, Atelier Maître Albert is an ode to traditional French cuisine where, on Sunday evenings, you can opt for dishes such as prawn kebabs or a compote of lentils and mushrooms. It’s also worth noting that the chef offers a theme-based starter and main course for lunch and dinner on the weekends.

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Chocho

54 rue de Paradis, 75010 Paris

€€ · Creative

Open Sunday: 12pm to 2pm / 7pm to 12am

Chef Thomas Chisholm, who made his name on Top Chef, now has his own place. In this trendy space, his cooking is all about sustainable gastronomy, as witnessed by his ikejime fish, preserved and fermented ingredients, as well as others sourced from the forest. Thanks to his creative and often playful style, which showcases a range of influences, the chef impresses guests with his culinary repertoire: roast carrots, garlic emulsion and powdered egg yolk; red tuna, Corsican lemon and smoked beetroot dashi.

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Dessirier par Rostang Père et Filles

9 place du Maréchal-Juin, 75017 Paris

€€€€ · Seafood

Open Sunday: 12pm to 2.15pm / 7pm to 10pm

Since 1996, Rostang Père & Filles has been enticing fish-lovers with its maritime-inspired cuisine. To a backdrop of ocean-infused décor, Chef Olivier Fontaine entices diners with a selection of fish and seafood sourced directly from suppliers in ports along the Normandy, Brittany and Vendée coasts, while the à la carte focuses exclusively on signature dishes such as the Dessirier bouillabaisse and the Paul Bocuse-inspired sea bass in pastry.

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Impérial Choisy

32 avenue de Choisy, 75013 Paris

€€ · Chinese

Open Sunday: 12pm to 11pm

For a breath of fresh air and some gastronomic escapism, head to the city’s Chinatown to savour splendid Cantonese specialities such as prawn ravioli and Peking duck. There’s no shortage of choice here and with a total price tag of only around €20, it’s no surprise that the dining room is full all day long, Sunday or otherwise.

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L'Assiette

181 rue du Château, 75014 Paris

€€€ · Classic Cuisine

Open Sunday: 12pm to 2.30pm / 7pm to 10.30pm

In his chic bistro in the city’s 14th arrondissem*nt, Auvergne-born Chef David Rathgeber celebrates the time-honoured traditions of French gastronomy. His cuisine is undeniably marked by home-spun recipes from his childhood (his signature cassoulet is a perfect example), and all are all created using fresh, local ingredients.

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Le Grand Bain

14 rue Dénoyez, 75020 Paris

€€ · Modern Cuisine

Open Sunday: 7pm to 11pm

In this retro-style bistro in the 20th arrondissem*nt, where the doors open at 5pm, choose between sharing plates and tapas on the terrace or in the inside dining room. On the menu you’ll find produce such as monkfish liver, black mullet and pork belly. The industrial style dining room has a (very) lively vibe at the weekend – and midweek for that matter.

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Les Enfants Rouges

9 rue de Beauce, 75003 Paris

€€€ · Farm to table

Open Sunday: 12pm to 2pm / 7pm to 10pm

The Japanese-born Chef at the helm of this attractive Parisian bistro served his culinary apprenticeship under Yves Camdeborde and Stéphane Jégo. His delicious, market-inspired French cuisine includes among other dishes, Pyrenean lamb terrine, pumpkin & hazelnut ravioli and San Sebastián-style cheesecake. The icing on the cake? It’s open on Sundays!

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Richer

2 rue Richer, 75009 Paris

€€ · Modern Cuisine

Open Sunday: 9am to midnight

Richer is the epitome of a traditional Parisian bistro with its zinc counter, velvet banquettes and open stonework. When it comes to the cooking, the focus is (unsurprisingly) on classic bistro-style dishes, accompanied by a wide array of wines from every region in France. The Burgundy snails with a beurre blanc and the blanquette of veal served 'en cocotte' are available all day long, including on Sunday.

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Soces

32 rue de la Villette, 75019 Paris

€€ · Modern Cuisine

Open Sunday: 12pm to 2.30pm / 6pm to 2am

A tiny jewel among the city’s brasseries, Soces is now under the helm of Marius de Ponfilly (the former Chef at Le Clamato), who has teamed up with Kevin Deulio (formerly of the Bar Vendôme at the Ritz). The duo have come up with a formula that is as irreverent as it is impressive, including choice cuts of meat and fish cooked over binchotan charcoal, plates shared between friends ('soces' in Parisian slang), and combinations of original and unexpected flavours (breaded scallops in pil-pil sauce on a soft, hot flatbread; lightly seared cuttlefish served in an aromatic consommé with leek oil and 'Grenoble-style' vegetables).

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Sushi B

5 rue Rameau, 75002 Paris

€€€€ · Japanese

Open Sunday: 12.30pm to 3pm / 7pm to 11.30pm

Situated just a few steps from the Bibliothèque Nationale de France, this pocket-sized restaurant boasts a welcoming, zen-like ambience with a stunning marble backdrop and just eight seats. As you sip toasted rice tea, you’ll be perfectly placed to watch the master sushi chef in full flow, as he treats guests to the extraordinarily precise spectacle of creating sashimi, sushi and maki – each piece teeming with flavours that transport guests to the Land of the Rising Sun.

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