I was especially excited to try Ellsworth restaurant in Paris after discovering it on Instagram. I was not disappointed! Dining in this rustic chic restaurant in the 1st Arrondissement was such a pleasure.

The interior features industrial metals, dark wood, and white marble tabletops. A bar greets visitors at the front of the long, narrow restaurant, while the sit-down tables are placed in the back. I sat at one of the marble tables for my 14:30 reservation. All the other tables were taken, so I was glad I made a reservation online!


After looking at the menu in French, I realized I was better off with the English one as there were a lot of foods I don’t know how to translate. In fact, I’m quite ignorant when it comes to English culinary words!

After taking a look at the menu, I opted for the Entrée / Plat formule at €18.

First up was: Cured Bonite (tuna) with citrus and radishes. The dish was delightfully refreshing. It paired wonderfully with the house white wine.

Ellsworth Restaurant Paris

My main dish was a warm mix of broccoli, cauliflower, and cheese.

Ellsworth Restaurant Paris
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Ellsworth Restaurant Paris Entrance

I highly recommend the restaurant!

34 Rue de Richelieu
75001 Paris, France

Make a reservation online – even for lunch!

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