La manufacture de Chocolat - Alain Ducasse

La Manufacture de Chocolat Alain Ducasse ‘s initiative is rooted in his will to come back to what makes the very essence of chocolate – a silversmith-like work that is both creative and rigorous. The place itself cries out values about crafmanship processes using precise, made-to-measure machinery and processes that require time to reach perfection… here you can have a sneak peek into the secrets of the complex and fascinating process of chocolate making. We are in love with its industrial design and decoration, their packaging design and their chocolate tablets and sweets that are simply to die for!
40 Rue de la Roquette

CheZ aline

Certainly the best address on the block when it comes to take away snack, light lunch or ready meals. Everything is daily cooked by Delphine Zampetti. Open since 2012 in a former horse meat butcher’s shop, the place is just crammed with the gourmets of the area every lunchtime. You’d better come in quite early so you still have some choice between minute-made, gastronomic sandwiches and delicious salads. 
85 Rue de la Roquette
01 43 71 90 75

Le Septime

After having won the Honor Fooding Prize in 2012, Bertrand Grébaut just got its first star at the Guide Michelin. It might be very difficult to book for a dinner table but have a try at lunchtime, you might get lucky ! With a lunch menu coming to only 28 € this is a real bargain and you will also enjoy pure 11eme style industrial atmosphere ! Dinner time Carte Blanche tasting menu (5 courses) costs 58 € - it’s preferable to book a few months in advance.  
80 Rue de Charonne

Le Clamato

Septime’s little brother, gastronomic tapas place that’s only open for dinner. Discover French chic tapas, in a minimalist, cosy atmosphere with a touch of industrial spirit. Lots of last-minute, freshly made delicious seafoods. 
80 rue de Charonne

Paris Hanoï

No doubt this is the best Bo Bun address in Paris. Enjoy great, super fresh family Vietnamese food for a very good price. But you need to be there when it opens if you want to make sure you get a table right away! 
74, rue de Charonne


This is a restaurant like no other, as it primarily is a socially responsible project which strives to allow job-less, excluded people to get a second chance thanks to catering jobs.
This project has the support of many reknowned French chefs who give away one of their signature recipes to compose a seasonal menu called ‘Diner des Chefs’ (only available at dinner time)
The place is stunning, you will have a good time there.  
24, rue Keller

Le café moderne

The right place to enjoy great cocktails at reasonable prices and eat wholesome, simple tasty foods such as meatballs, hamburgers, home made fries. You could imagine yourself in a French café in Brooklyn ! The place is an independent business run by a welcoming and friendly family who lives in the neighborhood. Very good value for money and a cosy, unformal joint atmosphere!
19, rue Keller
01 47 00 53 62



3 star Hotel that offers both cutting edge design, environmental friendly settings and affordable prices – all coming from the uber creative mind of French design star Matali Crasset.
71, rue de Charonne



Original concept in a very beautiful place. They offer rare vintage glass frame designs from the second half of the 20th century – made in Jura region of France, or the US. 
80, rue de Charonne



The famous rain coat brand created in 1965 comes back and opens its first Paris outlet. Here you will find the legendary portable rain coats every French kid used to wear, in revisited modern patterns and designs!
35, rue de Charonne


This is the first outlet of Misericordia, the chic ethical streetwear brand that was founded in 2003. They entirely manufacturate their collections in their own Peruvian workshop. The brand is represented in 120 salespoints across the world, and they have chosen to showcase their original universe in rue de Charonne.
9, rue de Charonne


First (and so beautiful !) store from the famous Japanese denim brand in Paris. 
33, rue de Charonne


The Bikers’ hidden address in Bastille ; true workwear style in a collection of shoes, denims, shirts and rare accessories coming from Japan and the US. 
11, rue Keller


The destination store for sneaker and premium streetwear aficionados. Here you will find : New Balance, Nike, Pointer and  Bleu de Paname. 
30, rue de Charonne


The store where it all began in 2005 for the talented trendsetting couple Carole and Clarent. French Trotters is the first multi-brand store that has been importing labels such as Filippa K, Acne, Engineered Garments, Our Legacy, etc…
30, rue de Charonne