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Why you will love it?

Frenchie, which opened in April 2009, was created by Chef Gregory Marchand, who worked with Jamie Oliver (famous English chef) in the kitchen of the Fifteen. Jamie Oliver called Gregory “Frenchie”, which is where the trendy Parisian restaurant got its name. An original and authentic cuisine, with the chef’s signature slightly acid twist awaits. Enjoy! Parisianist.

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About this place

6 Rue du Nil, 75002
Line 3 - Sentier

Sunday : Closed
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Monday : 19:30 pm - 23:30 pm Tuesday : 19:30 pm - 23:30 pm Wednesday : 19:30 pm - 23:30 pm Thursday : 19:30 pm - 23:30 pm Friday : 19:30 pm - 23:30 pm Saturday : Closed Sunday : Closed

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If the time to get a reservation is so long (several months) at Frenchies, this surely isn’t a coincidence! Located in the narrow Rue du Nil, which was once the famous Cour des Miracles where all the criminals and thieves used to live in the Middle Ages, Frenchie was developed by Gregory Marchand, the chef and owner, according to his own expectations: a friendly and cozy atmosphere where signature authentic delicious cuisine would be served.


Gregory uses all types of ingredients, from the easy to find ones to the more elaborate ones. He has 2 golden rules though: always work with the best quality and reveal the taste of the ingredients in the best way possible. The descriptions of Gregory’s cuisine differ each time, from generous to feminine or from talented to daring. His inspiration comes from the many trips he has made throughout the world, which is always a source of pleasure and surprise. Yet Gregory also likes to add some classics in his menu, such as smoked trout, terrine or the Pulled Pork Sandwich. 


One might think that in a restaurant where you need to wait 3 months to get a reservation, the ambiance is up-tight and lacking personality. Not at Frenchie, although it is one of the top dining hot spots in Paris, the ambiance is warm and the service is professional and accessible. Frenchie is an intimate restaurant that welcomes not more than 20 people at once.

Parisianist Tip: If you do not have any reservations, come on the day at 7pm and write your name on the waiting list. Go have a drink at Frenchies Wine Bar and wait for your name to be called. Generally, there are at least 2 cancellations per day...


Frenchie’s decor is a nice melting pot of items coming from different areas where Gregory has travelled, be it London, San Sebastian or New York. These items match perfectly with the exposed beams and stone walls of old traditional Parisian architecture. The restaurant is therefore very original, but also very cozy and intimate. 


Again, getting a reservation is long, but this should not stop you in any way, as the culinary experience is unique. Let the young and very talented chef surprise you with his mouthwatering creations. But if the 3 course menu is slightly over your budget (48€) or if you didn’t think about reserving, why not try the equally interesting Wine Bar… 

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