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404 Restaurant In Paris

The 404 Restaurant was actually named after the Peugeot 404 that became a big hit in North Africa's Maghreb area for its beautiful lines and style and became quite an icon, which is exactly what is happening here in this cosy and charming place.

There is a lovely Morrocan feel with its carvings that cover the windows, exposed beams, intricate ironwork and stones through to the rich colourful fabrics, subtle lighting with candles and lanterns, plus lots of cushions.

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This small yet charming restaurant with a great authentic atmosphere is located in an old 16th century building in the 3rd arrondissement of Paris and serves North African cuisine with the emphasis on couscous and tajine and is run by the same people that run the Andy Wahloo bar next door.

Although there is the main dining room, there is also a balcony or mezzanine that looks over the main area and what is cooking on the open stove and this only has two low tables that you reach by a tiny, ancient staircase with light flickering from lanterns on each step.

This little restaurant in Paris is often frequented by celebrities who enjoy the spicy Moroccan cuisine and the cosy ambience, yet it is a friendly place where everyone is treated the same, famous or not.  However, it is a good idea to make a reservation and if possible, ask for the loft area that will make the evening an even more special night to remember.

On a Saturday and Sunday the 404 Restaurant provide a brunch that can include items such as couscous with grilled skewers and sausages, but the other speciality served here are the tagines, which are basically complex and intricately spiced stews.  Meat dishes like duck, lamb and beef are cooked on an open flame in earthenware pots and served exceedingly hot where the meat just falls off the bone, but they also do a vegetarian alternative with seven vegetables.  Other items on offer include cucumber in yoghurt sauce, grilled meats, potato pastries, chicken with lemon and olives and fruit salad in rose water.

There is also a great selection of Moroccan wine, mint tea and beer on offer, and what a lot of people do, is go next door to the unusual Andy Wahloo bar and nightclub after their meal to enjoy the complete North African experience for the rest of the evening with a few mojito cocktails.

Restaurant Guide Key Points

The 404 Restaurant is open for lunch from noon until 2.30pm and for dinner from 7.30pm through to 10.30pm.

The A la Carte cost for the delicious and authentic North African cuisine is approximately 45€ with a main course costing around 16€.

There is no age limit and no particular dress code and is suitable for all, although it is more recommended for a fun, warm and lively dining experience with friends than if you wanted a romantic dinner for two.

Reservations are not just highly recommended, but virtually a must due to its popularity.

The nearest metro station is the Arts et Metiers.


Address & Contact Details:

69 Rue Gravilliers
75003
Paris
France

Telephone: 1 42 74 57 81 or 1 42 71 10 92
Fax: 1 42 74 03 41


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