Le Petit Paris

38-40 Grassmarket, Edinburgh, EH1 2JU

Established by Frederick and Philipe in 1998, Petit Paris seeks to maintain l'entente cordiale, that mysterious umbilical cord that has bound together Scotland and France for several centuries now, not least via a common interest in matters of cuisine as well as rugby. Their Grassmarket, gaily-painted and bustling restaurant, with the customary blends of cellars and ground floor rooms offers traditional French cooking of a high standard. Should we start with bouillabaisse, a Mediterranean fish soup with crouton, rouille and gruyère cheese or steamed mussels in bacon and cream sauce? The coq au vin is a test of any truly French restaurant and Petit Paris emerges with its head held high, exhibiting the sort of care and skills which are a feature of their daily performance.

Established by Frederick and Philipe in 1998, Petit Paris seeks to maintain l'entente cordiale, that mysterious umbilical cord that has bound together Scotland and France for several centuries now, not least via a common interest in matters of cuisine as well as rugby. Their Grassmarket, gaily-painted and bustling restaurant, with the customary blends of cellars and ground floor rooms offers traditional French cooking of a high standard.

Should we start with bouillabaisse, a Mediterranean fish soup with crouton, rouille and gruyère cheese or steamed mussels in bacon and cream sauce? The coq au vin is a test of any truly French restaurant and Petit Paris emerges with its head held high, exhibiting the sort of care and skills which are a feature of their daily performance. Or choose the 10oz prime Scottish rib eye steak specially selected from the Buccleuch Estates. Last but by no means least, save space for an irresistible crème brûlée.

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: 12:00 - 15:00 17:30 - close

Reservations: 0131 226 2442

38-40 Grassmarket, Edinburgh, EH1 2JU [Map]

£15.00    £33.00

£7.90 (1 main course + coffee)

£7.90 (1 main course + coffee), pre theatre, 5.30 - 7 pm

(Avg Price is the average cost per person for two courses, coffee, half a bottle of house wine and tip/service)

REVIEWS OF Le Petit Paris

andrew sneddon (29 April 2012)

visited on the 28th april 2012 a fantastic experience with great staff & food that you would get in a 5 star restaurant but at a far better price 10 out of ten

Paul Coppola (18 November 2009)

I have visited this restaurant many times. The food is always excellent and I particularly recommend the Petit Paris stew of the day and the amazing traditional French black pudding with its own mustard and apple compote. You're totally immersed in the French atmosphere. The chef and staff are all very friendly and helpful. It's a great location in the historic part of Edinburgh - a must to discover during your visit.

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