FOR A PERFECT DINNER IN PARIS
If you traveling in Paris only for few days and you are looking for recommendations for a great place to eat, here are few options depending on budget and arrondissement you stay in.
CARBÓN is an ode to nature, a place where the most ancestral cooking technique in the world, fire, encounters the products of land & sea in their extreme nudity.
In the basement find speakeasy LA MINA with cocktail creations, small plates and an intimate smoke room.
14 Rue Charlot, 75003 Paris
DERRIÉRE it is said of this restaurant that the setting is Narniesque, that the kitchen is gargantuan, that the atmosphere is the hottest in Paris ... Come and have a look!
69 Rue des Gravilliers, 75003 Paris
HOTEL NATIONAL Dining is an integral part of the experience at the Hôtel National des Arts & Métiers, where the friendly delights of Italian gastronomy offer tempting culinary diversions.
243 Rue Saint-Martin, 75003 Paris
LA BELLE EPOQUE This upscale and mundane dining room that seems to have existed since forever has imposed itself as “the” must-go hangout for socialites, from Alexis Mabille to Vogue twigs and all the Parisian it girls…
36 Rue des Petits Champs, 75002 Paris
LES BAINS PARIS - The restaurant Les Bains - La Salle-à-Manger - is a chic neo-brasserie, with sensitive and tasteful reminiscences of the legendary restaurant of the Bains Douches.
Ceiling domes and rotundas undulate in waves and the rich purple sets off the mahogany tables.
7 Rue du Bourg l'Abbé, 75003 Paris
LES CHOUETTES is an authentic French 'brasserie' with a stunning interior art-deco, cool cocktails and creative dishes in a charming, trendy setting.
32 Rue de Picardie, 75003 Paris
LE SOCIETE With no shortage of starry dining rooms on the Left Bank like Café de Flore and Les Deux Magots, La Societe is a fashion hotbed of grand Parisian style created by one of the country's foremost designers.
Place Saint Germain des Prés, 75006 Paris
LE PETIT MARCHE - A few blocks north of Place des Voges, this small bistro looks like many of its French compatriots, with a range of outside tables and a charming interior. But it's different.
The food, some of which has Asian-inspired elements, is outstanding.
9 Rue de Bearn, 75003 Paris
MARCELLO is an Italian restaurant in Saint-Germain-des-Prés
where you can drink, eat, dream all day long.
Marcello offers simple and homemade Italian cuisine:
gnocchi, arancini, tramezzini, large ravioli, tortelloni ...
And breakfast brioche, nocciola, croissant and juice pressed minute
8 Rue Mabillon, 75006 Paris
HOTEL PROVIDENCE Not far from the Republic, a few meters from the Strasbourg - Saint-Denis station, the Providence Hotel is getting a new look with Pierre Moussié, already at the origin of the revival of Barbès.
The menu is quite disconcerting because refined to the extreme (just a few entries and accompaniments are presented) . It is on the slate that you have to concentrate to choose your main dish. The desserts are direct from the excellent Pastry of Dreams.
90 Rue René Boulanger, 75010 Paris