The Parisian dining scene is unlike any other in the world. In the best restaurants in Paris, exquisite French cooking is paired with opulent decor and exceptional service. It is home to some of the most luxurious and ostentatious hotels, shopping and restaurants money can buy. Check the ones that will mesmerize you!
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Restaurant Guy Savoy
Renowned not only for its food but also for impeccable service, characterized by happiness and conviviality instead of inaccessible aloofness, this three-Michelin-starred restaurant consistently enthralls its diners and is a source of inspiration for many other chefs. Each day for lunch, Guy Savoy reserves one table for guests to indulge in a French gourmet experience in a restaurant that breaths contemporary restaurant design.
One of Paris’s oldest and most luxurious restaurants, Pavillon Ledoyen was given a new lease of life when Yannick Alléno took the helm in 2014 and introduced boundary-pushing modern French cuisine. Today, the rich décor harks back to its historical legacy with ornate stucco details and silk brocades, but the real pièce de résistance here is the stunning French haute cuisine.
Le Cinq at Four Seasons George V
Spacious and bright, decorated in shades of gold and grey, it gives its guests the sentiment of dining in a private chateau. Boasting traditional French and English furniture, guests can admire two beautiful Louis XIVth wardrobes as well as two Louis XVIth gold gilt chairs. Le Cinq is undoubtedly a luxurious restaurant yet also welcoming. Chef Christian Le Squer ’s delicious creations include traditional fare such as roasted grouse alongside more modern dishes such as lightly smoked eel with black bread and grape juice reduction.
Comprised of two dining rooms – Winter and Summer – used according to the rhythms of the season, this three-Michelin-starred destination in Le Bristol Paris attracts with its gorgeous surroundings and delectable culinary offerings. Chef Eric Frechon, who holds three Michelin stars, has created a temple of gastronomy that is absolutely French. Epicure restaurant can be enjoyed every day of the year, with tables laid in an exquisite garden setting throughout the summer.
Le Jules Verne, Eiffel Tower
Le Jules Verne restaurant is situated on level two of the most iconic landmark in the world — the Eiffel Tower. Not only is the view magnificent, but for ten years super-chef Alain Ducasse hold on to a Michelin star for his food and service. With bold modern decor by Patrick Jouin and cuisine by the legendary Alain Ducasse, it offers a classic French menu with contemporary twists, in addition to sweeping views over western Paris through floor-to-ceiling bay windows, also making a great hospitality design.