Situated in the heart of Paris (in that of Parisians too), this pedestrian street is a sheer joy to stroll about and a foodies paradise. Whether you are an aspiring cook or a plain ol’ good natured foodie, the number and quality of restaurants and supply stores will catch you by surprise. From the oldest bakery in Paris (La Maison Stoher) to eclectic restaurants like Aux Tonneaux des Halles, there are mind boggling options to indulge your palette in. So head over to the popular Detou or Dehillerin and stock up all that you need for a classic French meal or sit in one of the street’s brilliant cafes and watch the world go by as you devour some delectable eclairs.
- The street is wheelchair friendly as it is flat and closed to cars.
- Nearest Metro: Get off at Etienne Marcel, Les Halles, or Sentier.
- La Maison Stoher
- Little Italy Caffe
- Osteria Ruggera
- L'Escargot Montorgueil
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1.9% of people who visit Paris include Rue Montorgueil in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
35.71% of people start their Rue Montorgueil visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Rue Montorgueil
68% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Rue Montorgueil