Best restaurants in Seine-Saint-Denis

Going out with your family, friends, to celebrate or with your partner for lunch/diner? Here is the list of the 10 famous restaurants located in Seine-Saint-Denis!

Yaya Restaurant (Greek restaurant)

Everybody talks about it. This restaurant which opened its doors in a transforming neighborhood is the symbol of gastronomic renewal in Saint-Ouen near the Seine river. What to expect: a great Colombian chef named Juan Arbelaez, Greek food inspired by the Chantzios brothers’ grandmother (founders of Kalios house), affordable prices and a cozy, well-decorated place full of Greece's signature blue and white. Discover traditional greek food such as: mezes, pita, etc…

+: Terrace to enjoy summer

Where: Saint-Ouen

Auberge des Saints-Pères

This restaurant is a must do in Seine-saint-Denis. Jean-Claude Cahagnet, a Michelin-starred chef, is a true passionate and is full of creativity and ideas. It is close to Le Bourget, and the Roissy-Charles de Gaulle airport. Do not miss out on the opportunity to have a gourmet meal at affordable prices.

+: the only star rated restaurant in Seine-Saint-Denis

Where: Aulnay-sous-Bois

Ma Cocotte

Ma Cocotte opened its doors in the heart of the Paris Saint-Ouen flea market. Designed by Philippe Starck with furniture bought at the flea market, you will have lunch or dinner in a cozy and pleasant atmosphere. The food is varied and excellent with fair prices. It is perfect for families, friends but also for co-workers.

+: Several little rooms with different atmospheres

Where: Saint-Ouen

Auberge du Château Bleu

Gardens, horses, trees… You are not in the heart of the countryside but in Tremblay-en-France, located near Roissy-en-France where the airport is. You will taste traditional French cuisine with seasonal products.

+: Located near an equestrian center

Where: Tremblay-en-France

Les Pantins

Antonin Vachon, Walid Sahed (trained at the Bristol) and Guillaume Maugain (former chef at Verre Volé) opened this little bistro-restaurant, using organic food and nice meals accompanied by a nice wine menu. What more could you ask for?

+: welcoming place located next to the Centre National de la Danse, the canal de l’Ourcq and the Ropac gallery.

Where: Pantin


In the heart of the city, a gastronomic restaurant is hiding in the center of a park. It is a secret place where gourmets lovers can taste an authentic cuisine, managed by a meat lover couple, James and Marie.

+: Have dinner/lunch in a park in the middle of the city

Where: Montreuil

Rio dos Camaraos

Craving for exoticism? This restaurant offers a mix of African cuisine (Cameroon, Mali, Senegal, Gabon…). Come and taste some grilled food, maafe, yassa, gumbo, ndolé… A real trip without moving from your sit.

+: Travel to Africa through cooking and the warm atmosphere

Where: Montreuil

Pouilly Reuilly

This is the brasserie where François Mitterand (former French president) and his team used to have lunch. It is an old bistrot that reminds us of post-war France thanks to its decoration and the menu made for meat lovers.

+: a true bistrot with a scrumptious cuisine

Where: Pré Saint-Gervais

Le Coq de la Maison Blanche

Bought by the François family in 1946, the restaurant still welcomes hundreds of clients. It is a restaurant made for true gourmets, fish but also meat lovers. This restaurant is the perfect example of French cuisine.

+: the wine menu

Where: Saint-Ouen

Le Boeuf Couronné

Le Boeuf Couronné is located in La Villette, next to the Seine-Saint-Denis department. This meat restaurant is the only one which “survived” the closure of the slaughterhouse. The meat here is juicy and the menu only ¤34 (appetizer – entree – cheese – dessert – coffee – wine). Best prices in Paris!

+: 30’s brasserie with waiters all dressed in black and white, large tables and one of Jacques Brel’s favorite restaurants.

Where: Paris 19th arrondissement

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