Le Restaurant Derrière | Paris

Derrière is a restaurant I discovered this summer by walking by it. It’s somewhat hidden on a beautiful side street in the chic Marais district. Once you find the doors, walk through the courtyard and you’ll find the entrance straight ahead.

I had lunch here the other day and arrived right at the opening at 12 to make sure the restaurant was empty so I could take some photos of the eclectic interior. The expansive space is decorated in a swinging 60s style with lots of bright colors and mod, geometric patterns. Upstairs, you’ll find furniture more typical to a house, such as a full size bed lined with tables for eating, and a plush, red velvet couch! The bathroom even has an elevated bath tub for a sink…

The food here is always delicious and they offer a formule, so I opted to take the entrée/plat/boisson for €25 or so.

Derriere Restaurant Upstairs

Downstairs

Derrière Restaurant Downstairs

Derrière Restaurant Downstairs

Derrière Restaurant Downstairs

Derrière Restaurant Downstairs

The Food

Menu at Derrière Restaurant

Derrière Restaurant Olives and Wine

Derrière Restaurant Entrée

Derrière Restaurant Entrée

Derrière Restaurant Plat Pasta du Jour

The check:

Derrière Restaurant Check

A meal from a different day (gnocchi and burrata):

Derrière Restaurant Food

Upstairs

Derrière Restaurant Upstairs Books

Derrière Restaurant Upstairs Bed

Derrière Restaurant Upstairs Bed

Derrière Restaurant Upstairs

Derrière Restaurant Upstairs

Derrière Restaurant Upstairs Bathroom

Derrière
69 Rue des Gravilliers
75003 Paris, France

Monday-Saturday 12-2:30, 8-11:30pm; Sunday 12-4, 8-11:30pm

Reservations required for dinner, Walk-ins accepted for lunch!

October 26, 2015
I’m an American photographer and writer based in Paris after living in New York for 7 years and then and spending a year and a half traveling. My work has been featured by the Paris and Nice Tourism Offices, Art Basel, and Refinery 29. Culture Passport is a place to share my travels and experiences in new places, with a focus on cultural attractions.

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