The main street of this small island, is a popular part of the island with visitors, much shopping and eating to be had, our fave place was the jewellery shop, Bakhtar, the service was friendly and helpful was got a couple of nice pieces there.
The church is being renovated, but remains open and active. There are numerous events held there, so check the boards. Nice, quiet spot to visit while strolling the island. Larger and more impressive than one might expect for a neighborhood church.
I attended a bioethics conference held here and this is not really a hotel. It belonged to the Institute of Advanced Studies and it is set in a very opulent and splendid building dating back to the 18th Century. The food served as lunch was very excellent, and the cuisine is French. Thoroughly enjoyed by one day stay at the...
Located on the tip of Ile Saint Louis is a lovely square/park/gardens, (dedicated to the sculptor Antoine Louis Barye), often missed by tourists/visitors to the island as it is in the non-shopping/entertainment end. It is a leafy sanctuary, with gardens and plenty of seating, whilst enjoying the views over the seine.
I had dinner at Le Sergent Recruteur which was one of my my extravagant dinners for my trip to Paris in December 2019.
I made the booking based on the TA review and subsequently the restaurant received a well deserved Michelin star.
I had the tasting menu called Tour the Horizon which was 7 courses with matching wines for 192...