Gastronomic Restaurants

This establishment, renowned among other things for its "opening roof", was created by René Lasserre. The dining room at the first floor (elevator) is conceived in a Belle Epoque style, warm and flowery. A double room at the ground floor welcome groups only, from 8 until 55 persons. The chef, Jean-Louis Nomicos, offers a great traditional food rewarded by two stars in the Michelin guide.This restaurant is mentioned numerous times in his books by the famous french writer Frédéric Dard, who …

This perfect restaurant is located in the heart of the district of Saint Germain des Prés, a few steps from the Seine.. There is a really cosy atmosphere in this historic XVIIth century building, with exposed beams, Flemish paintings, candles and warm red carpet.Lunchtime menu:45 euros. Menu "Gourmet": 100 euros. "A la carte": from 120 euros (without drinks).Open every day but only in the evening on Saturday, Sunday and Monday. One star in the Michelin. Annual closure from 29/07 to 24/08 and …

Different rooms, called "salons"(lounge), are available. One of them is showing an impressive collection of figurines from the artist Robj, and you have an unrestricted outlook over the kitchen through a picture window.In the "salon Lalique", you can admire drawings and wall lamps from the artist, as well as Gallé vases, in an "Arts Deco" atmosphere, under a great glass roof built in 1900.The speciality of the house is the truffle. You can taste a unique "truffle sandwich", unless you prefer …

CLOSED FOR RENOVATION ALONG WITH THE HOTEL UNTIL THE END OF 2015.This beautiful place is the restaurant of the Crillon Hotel. The creative food of the Chef Christophe Hache has been rewarded by a second star in the Michelin guide in 2011. The setting, which is the former ballroom of the Crillon dukes, is exceptional, and the service, discret and smooth.From tuesday to friday, the lunch menu costs 88 euros, without drinks."A la carte", around 250 euros drinks included. A brunch is served on …

In a house surrounded by verdure, you take a seat in a Second Empire setting. The reception room at the ground floor has a nice view over the garden. The proper restaurant room is on the first floor and look at the back of the Petit Palais. Capacity around 40 persons. Some "salons" are also available.The staff is really kind and not uptight. Chef: Christian Le Squer, creative food, three stars in the Michelin guide. Lunchtime menu at 89 euros (without wine); evening "à la carte" from 105 to …

The famous and luxurious hotel Le Bristol has two gastronomic restaurants, L'Epicure and Le Jardin Français, both supervised by the Chef Eric Fréchon, who was rewarded with a third macaroon in the Michelin Guide in March 2009.

In the nice season, the outdoor tables are very enjoyable.

Open every day. Prices from 90 euros for a lunch time menu to 200 euros "à la carte", except drinks.

Tel: 01.53.43.43.40

The chef, Frederic Anton, gained his third macaroon in the red guide in 2007. The place, built during the Belle Epoque time, has got splendid settings, with center lights, columns, marble fireplace, and French windows opening onto a terrace in flower. Going through the Bois de Boulogne can sometimes reserve a few surprises, but it's worth the trip. By day as well as by night, it's very romantic. Beware: the goblet of Champagne Don Perignon costs 50 euros!

Located under the arcades of the magnificent Place des Vosges, this restaurant is a classic, for the setting, but also for the menu. You need to make your reservation 2 months in advance. The chefs, Bernard et Mathieu Pacaud, have won three stars in the Michelin. An idea of the prices: starter 30 euros, main dish 110 euros, dessert 40 euros. Just add a bit of wine and you get a memorable experience! Save three hours for a romantic dinner and why not trying the lobster with rosmarin and the …

The dining-room of the restaurant, located at the 6th floor, offers one of the most beautiful and romantic view of Paris, looking over Notre-Dame. This place opened in 1582 and the King Henri the Third discovered the fork when he had dinner there. Frederic Delair, its owner under the Third Republic, created the famous "canard au sang" or "Canard Tour d'Argent", and decided that each duck would bear a number. In 2003, a million ducks had been served! In the meantime, André Terrail bought the …