Maison et Objet is coming and before that, you have to prepare yourself with a complete guide to the City of Lights. One of the most important guidelines is where to eat in Paris since it has boldly reclaimed its title as the best food city in Europe. So, today’s article is all about the 5 top restaurants in Paris you really can’t miss. Keep scrolling!
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Restaurant Guy Savoy is the perfect restaurant if you want to spend all your money on a meal that will make your brain explode! For 110€ a head, you choose a starter, main course and dessert from the a la carte menu, then the sommelier will propose several wines by the glass for 10€ a piece. Be delighted with the wonders of a French gourmet restaurant!
Despite costing a fortune, this restaurant is heaven for vegetarians! The three-Michelin-star-chef- Alain Passard delivers vegetarian tasting menus that even non-vegetarians will be over the moon. Passard’s secret is that every single vegetable comes from his own organic farm that includes dishes like cep mushrooms with lemon and a vol au vent (puff pastry case) filled with baby peas, turnips, and snow peas in a sauce spiked with Cote du Jura wine. A must-try!
Paris is an incredible city to eat good seafood, but if you’re a fan the best restaurant for you to go is Divellec. With a dazzling winter-garden decor by Studio K.O, Chef Mathieu Pacaud has created a 49€ prix-fixe lunch menu that you will die for. Ordering a la carte, you have to go for fricassee of ormeaux (conch from the English Channel), rougets with artichokes and aioli, and sole with morels in vin jaune sauce.
Chef Pascal Barbot THE one haute-cuisine restaurant in Paris: L’Astrance. With the most elegantly lyrical gastronomic imagination expressed in his dishes, you should beg for the milles-feuille of white mushrooms, apple, and foie gras in this dazzling place. You can also try for buttermilk and burnt toast crumb soup!
Veal Sweetbreads at Le Grand Restaurant
The bold but elegant modern style of young chef Jean-Francois Piège’s new Le Grand Restaurant, which was just awarded two Michelin stars, is the work of Icelandic-born, L.A.–based designer Gulla Jónsdóttir. The main attraction: the sweetbreads on walnut shells in a hot box that is served with walnut mousseline and morels.