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Claude Colliot: Fresh, Inventive Dining in Paris’ Marais

by Paige Bradley Frost
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Paige Bradley Frost

Paige Bradley Frost lived in Paris for nearly a decade and was a regular contributor to HiP Paris. In 2016, she swapped the Banks of the Seine for the beaches of San Diego, California where she now serves as Executive Director of the nonprofit organization, Women's Empowerment International. Still, her heart remains with the French capital where she hopes to one day return. View Paige Bradley Frost's Website

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4 comments on “Claude Colliot: Fresh, Inventive Dining in Paris’ Marais

Great to hear others have also enjoyed it. It’s a perfect spot for a bite before or after a visit to the Pompidou Center — just down a little side street off rue Beaubourg. Bon appetit!

Claude Colliot is indeed a great restaurant, I have been there a few times. I had an incredible mango cardamom dessert with italian meringue and hazlenuts which I still dream about to this day! And they are usuallly open for most of August which is a bonus 🙂

Lynn thanks. I changed. You are correct.

Great review. I used to live right around the corner from this place but never tried it. The one thing I’d amend (in the article’s title) is that I would not consider this restaurant to be in the Haut (or North) Marais — it’s on the southern end of the district.

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