Here’s a list of some restaurants in Paris that are open on Sunday. Note that some are quite basic while others may fall into the slightly touristy category. Nevertheless, I still think they’re worthy of a visit. All but the most basic restaurants prefer that diners make reservations.
Another Sunday dining option is to visit one of the outdoor markets and make up a picnic. Markets open on Sunday morning (9am-2pm) include Richard Lenoir (M: Bastille), Aligre (M: Ledru-Rollin), Raspail (M: Sèvres-Babylon), and Place Monge (M: Place Monge).
44, rue Jean-Pierre Timbaud (11th)
Tél: 01 43 57 16 35
109, rue Vieille du Temple (3rd)
01 42 72 13 77
Excellent buckwheat crêpes served in a casual, yet sparse setting. Especially busy at prime lunch hours.
Café des Musées
49, rue de Turenne (3rd)
01 43 72 96 17
Excellent French food, especially the house-made terrine and steak-frites with bernaise sauce. Desserts always good, and wine by the carafe make everything go down better.
13, rue de Charonne (11th)
01 47 00 34 57
This traditional French bistro flies under the radar of many but is a great choice for Sunday lunch, especially after a visit to the nearby Richard Lenoir market. Hearty fare.
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