Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athenee

Located at the heart of the Plaza Athénée Hotel in Paris, Alain Ducasse’s gastronomic restaurant offers a cuisine inspired by grains that are being rediscovered as treasures, such as red corn brought back by a farmer in the Basque country, and features a timely take on classic French cuisine.
25 Avenue Montaigne, 75008

Restaurant Guy Savoy

Designed to emulate the menu of his Paris restaurant, the Restaurant Guy Savoy Caesars Palace menu includes many classic Savoy dishes such as soupe d’artichaut à la truffe noire, brioche feuillellée aux champignons et truffles. Situated in the 6th district, Guy Savoy is truly an artist who scrupulously selects each ingredient according to their origins and an attention to every little detail.
Monnaie de Paris, 11 Quai de Conti


Café Mericourt

The recently opened Café Mericourt is located in the 11th arrondissement of Paris, just off Boulevard Voltaire and close by to Le Marais area of the city. Its a great spot for a quick coffee, brunch or lunch, while taking in many of the area’s surrounding galleries and lively night time entertainment.
22 rue de la Folie Mericourt

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Pre catelan

Instantly immerse yourself in the quiet calm of classic French dining elegance. Not only is Pre Catelan a gastronomic restaurant of the highest calibre, but also one that transports you back to the days of Napoléon Bonaparte: the main pavillion dates back to Napoléon III, and its ceilings are decorated with friezes by the famed Caran d’Ache.
Route de la Grande Cascade



Arpège is a French restaurant in Paris founded by chef Alain Passard. It was previously known as L’Archestrat, until Passard bought the restaurant from Alain Senderens in 1986. Chief reason to visit: Arpège earned three Michelin stars in 1996 and has maintained all three ever since.
84 Rue de Varenne, 7500

L’ Abysse

At L’Abysse, Yannick Alléno heralds his passion for Japanese cuisine he discovered many years ago alongside the famed chef Hachiro Mizutani. Try the omakasé, and don’t forget to taste one the most astonishing sake menus in all of France thanks to Louis Robuchon-Abe and Japan Exquise.
Carré des Champs-Élysées, 8, avenue Dutuit


A few steps from Canal St Martin, in the 11th arrondissement of Paris, Soya Cantine was launched in October 2007 as a bio “fusion” in a former workshop, expanded in 2009 as a fantastic place for tapas.
20 Rue de la Pierre Levée


At Epicure, the celebrated Michelin star chef Eric Frechon has created a temple of gastronomy that is absolutely French. Le Bristol’s superstar chef, who initially made his name at Hotel de Crillon, offers his own unique take on classic French cuisine.
112 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré

Don Juan II

Experience a dinner cruise in the heart of Paris on board Don Juan II. Enjoy a charming yacht while tasting the sophistication and the cuisine of Guy Krenzer, one of the best French Artisan chefs the city has to offer.


A romantic Italian restaurant in the Marais neighborood, L’enoteca features excellent and wines that perfectly compliment the most authentic Italian dishes Paris has to offer.
25 Rue Charles V

Le Dali

Inspired by Dalí and designed by Philippe Starck, Restaurant Le Dalí creates a contemporary dialogue between traditional Parisian classics and Mediterranean.
Hôtel Le Meurice, 228 Rue de Rivoli

Kei restaurant

Kei’s culinary creativity will stimulate your gustative senses and emotions. After seven years working with the chef Alain Ducasse, Kei offers exemplary dishes offer with a take on fusion and French cuisine, offering diners the chance to discover a wonderfully creative, unique and sophisticated cuisine.
5 Rue Coq Héron


Partisan is an enormous cafe where you can enjoy a really nice
croissant and coffee. The beautiful, spacious interior boasts ample seating room and generous natural light. Located in the Arts + Metier area, near to Center Pompidou, it’s the perfect place for a caffeinated stroll.

36 Rue de Turbigo, 75003 Paris