In a former bakery spruced up with a bread-theme mural, this bistro within the shabby-chic neighborhood of Ménilmontant dishes up a great-value two-course lunch menu for €15. Dinner is a still-reasonable €36, and the quality of the ingredients is admirable, even if the cooking can be inconsistent. Expect seasonal dishes like squash soup with spice-bread croutons, pot-roasted veal with root vegetables, and cannelés (eggy, caramelized cakes) with jasmine ice
cream made on the premises. If you're exploring the area around Père Lachaise, you'd have a hard time finding a better French eatery.
15 rue des Panoyaux, 20e, Paris, 75020, France