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Le Caillebotte. Photo: Les Grands Ducs

Le Caillebotte. Photo: Les Grands Ducs

Address 8 rue Hippolyte-Lebas; 75009 Paris
by rue Milton
Neighbourhood 9th Arrondissement – SoPi | See on map
Metro Notre-Dame de Lorette [M12], Cadet [M7]
Telephone +33 1 53 20 88 70
Website https://www.facebook.com/pages/Restaurant-Caillebotte/244361549061161
Price Lunch menu EUR 18, dinner menus EUR 36-59 plus drinks
Hours Mon-Fri 12-14:30, 19:30-22:30

Named after the 19th century painter, the dishes at Caillebotte can also be treasured as small works of art or at least be appreciated for the craftmanship going into the preparation. A bistronomie at its best, it’s modern bistro fare, perfectly executed and often using homegrown ingredients.

It’s an offshoot of Pantruche, the insanely popular SoPi eatery from Franck Baranger and Edouard Bobin that’s located a five-minute walk uphill from here. This corner location is slightly larger and its Nordic-style decor a bit more sterile, but otherwise the concept has been kept relatively unchanged with the menu followling the same line and service equally homely and welcoming.

The prices are also as reasonable, at least for Paris: Formules are available at lunch with change on a twenty and at dinner from 36 euros, and wine by the verre from as little as a fiver. Unfortunately it’s also becoming just as busy, though you can always try your luck scoring a seat by the counter – with an unobstructed view of the kitchen, possibly the most coveted cover in the house if you’re a foodie.