Here are some of the best places to eat and drink in Paris 2016, according to Alejandro Ronard Alem:
Holybelly: In the kitchen Holybelly´s Chefs change its menu on a monthly basis. This also allows Sarah, Julie, Marie and ML to adapt its menu to what is in season. Here is what you’ll be eating for the month of July 2016. HB focuses on seasonal, local, top quality ingredients from some of the best purveyors in Paris. Everything is made in house, daily, by HB´s own people in the kitchen. The Brullerie de Belleville roasts our coffee beans. No reservations. Hours: Mon-Thu-Fri 9 am to 5pm, kitchen closes at 2.30 pm. Sat-Sun 10 am to 5 pm kitchen closes at 3.30 pm. Tue-Wed closed. 19 rue Lucien Sampaix
Hardware Societe : in the emerging 18th opposite the Sacre Coeur. Di and Will Keser, who run Melbourne’s Hardware Societe and Bowery to Williamsburg, say Parisians are getting on board the brunch express: their coffee comes from a Brunswick-based roaster.10, rue Lamarck, Paris
Auberge Nicolas Flamel: is in the oldest house in Paris, built in 1407. Down a narrow laneway, near the boutiques of Le Marais, is a small sandstone restaurant, with dark wooden beams and a warm ambience. The waiter brings a tricolour amuse-bouche: champignon mousse with coffee Chantilly; buffalo mozzarella and basil cream; smoked salmon croquette on pea mash. Each bite-sized piece explodes with flavour.