FuxiaCurrently Open [Closes at 11:30 pm]
- Address: 42 Place du Marche Saint Honore, 75001 Paris, France
- Timings: 10:30 am - 11:30 pm Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Restaurant, Family And Kids
Fuxia - Review
To treat yourself with the lovely, tasty and spicy Italian foods, you have to go to the Fuxia situated in Paris. This restaurant is very famous for its Italian, Mediterranean and European Dishes. In this café you will get different types of pasta, tiramisu, burrata, wines, and lots of dishes for vegetarian people. The most recommendable food items of this place are prosciutto penne, lemon meringue dessert, and mozzarella and apart from it you can also order main courses with other side dishes. In the upstairs of Fuxia, smoking is not prohibited.
How To reach Fuxia by Public Transport
- Bus 68 to stop - Pyramides
Fuxia, Paris Reviews
Great food, great wine, good service. I got the wrong dish at first, but the staff resolved the problem perfectly. Definately a must go!
We've been here two years ago and again last weekend. The place is still really nice, great wines and good food. Also affordable, while it's next to Parc Luxembourgh with all the tourism. We were very pleased with how everything turned out.
Amazing truffle sauce and a convenient location near a park. Friendly service, too!
I have to say after being in Paris many times (English speaking American with little French skills) this has to be the friendliest service I have ever had~ My waitress was superb and also recommended a great salad (quinoa chicken salad) which was fresh and very good. I thought the prices were decent for Paris, the atmosphere was friendly, seating outside was nice therefore the all around experience was very good. I recommend this restaurant if you are visiting the Luxembourg Gardens or just happen to be in the area~
Bilingual (English & French) reviewer here. We came here for lunch just before people started to browse through the menu, so the service was great. I ordered the risotto, rucola e salmone. It was incredible. I asked if they also offered a spritz (Italian apero). They had it so I was in seventh heaven. I've been to Paris many times before so having lunch at an Italian restaurant doesn't bother me. The price was reasonable, 44€ for two dishes, a spritz, and a small glass of wine. You can walk off your lunch at the Jardin de Luxembourg just next door.