Le Marais is a Parisian neighborhood famous for many reasons and visited frequently by crowds of travelers and locals alike. Whether it is shopping, bar-hopping or a quest for the best falafel that brings people there, this area leaves no one unimpressed. I always look for quiet streets and usually avoid the lines of people in front of restaurants. This is how I discovered Le Voltigeur, a bar and restaurant in the very heart of Le Marais, which got me with its delicious quiches, fresh juices and gazpacho (or a vegetable soup in winter season).
It is located next to the streets filled with falafel joints, highlighting the historical heritage of Le Marais. However, the generous portions of salads, quiches and soup in Le Voltigeur are absolutely a worthy replacement. I recommend stopping there for a drink as well, especially on a warm day, and have a glass of mojito or aperol spritz on the terrace. To be honest, one thing I can never avoid having there is the white chocolate and raspberry cheesecake. It’s divine.