Under this simple name hides a bakery that aims to be a cut above your usual sandwich and Coke joint. Founded in 1889, the family-run business of now part of the same group that owns Ladurée (just across the road!) and is now present in over 25 different countries. Their style of having the oven visible to customers has now been widely emulated.
The range of food on offer includes special breads, traditional French pastries, tarts, salads and sandwiches, all of which are made to traditional recipes (they even have their own set of recipe books).
There are several fast food options on the Champs Elysées, not all of them great value or quality, but if you're looking for something a little tastier, Paul could well be a good choice.
Alain Bernardin founded the Crazy Horse Saloon in 1951, drawing creative inspiration from American striptease.
An institution for night owls, the Crazy Horse Saloon is know for its teasing but tasteful topless dancers, and has been carefully renovating its image over the last few years, with guest spots by stars such as Carmen Electra, Dita Von Teese and Pamela Anderson.
A succession of sassy and glamorous images, Desires combines chic and sensual. Zula Zazou, Jade Or, Psykko Tico or Nooka Karamel will take you into an universe where aesthetics is sometimes combined with humour without ever abandoning the codes of the house.
Crazy Horse Saloon
12 avenue George V 75008 Paris
Metro: George V