As Maison et Objet, one of the biggest design events worldwide is getting closer, it’s really important to start planning your visit! Paris, the city of the Lights, waits for your visit from 19 to 23 January, in order to delight you with the best design experiences. To help you with this hard task here’s an irresistible selection of the best Parisian luxury restaurants.
Le Meurice continues to write its history by remaining true to its time. The hotel called on the talents of Philippe Starck for his spaces impregnated with surrealism, and to Alain Ducasse whose french cuisine already infused the soul of the establishment.
Address: 228 Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris
Alain Ducasse Au Plaza Athénée
Alain Ducasse tells a personal and radical story, continuing the work he began twenty-five years ago. He represents the naturalness cuisine, inspired by the fish-vegetables-cereals trilogy, with the help of his chef of Romain Meder. Healthier and more natural, more respectful of the Planet, it delivers a free and nearly instinctive interpretation of Haute Cuisine, revealing the produces’ original flavor, from the noble to the humble, all exceptional.
Address: 25 Avenue Montaigne, 75008 Paris
A gastronomic experience designed to surprise and delight: Chef Nicolas Sale invites you to enjoy the most creative, refined and elegant dishes, from a gentle morning breakfast to an experimental garden for lunch or an unforgettable dinner in one of the best restaurants in Paris. Let the spirit of the Ritz Paris be your guide.
Address: 15 Place Vendôme, 75001 Paris
La Tour D’Argent
La Tour d’Argent is a historic French restaurant in Paris, France. It is located at 15 Quai de la Tournelle. It has a rating of one star from the Guide Michelin
Address: 17 Quai de la Tournelle, 75005 Paris
A meal at Luxury Restaurant Guy Savoy is a union of the skills of the chef, the kitchen brigade and the front of house team, combining to show in the best possible light the array of products offered up by our planet; the fruits of the labours of the very best farmers, producers and winemakers, all of whom recognise their shared heritage.
Address: Monnaie de Paris, 11 Quai de Conti, 75006 Paris
L’Ambroisie is a Michelin three-starred luxury restaurant whose chef is Bernard Pacaud, his refined and classical cooking style makes it one of the most esteemed Paris restaurants. The restaurant is in a period house in the Place the Vosges.
Address: 9 Place des Vosges, 75004 Paris
At Epicure, the celebrated chef Eric Frechon, who holds three Michelin stars, has created a temple of gastronomy that is absolutely French. His macaroni stuffed with black truffle, artichoke, and duck foie gras, gratinéed with aged Parmesan is an unforgettable dish that people travel to Paris to experience. Epicure can be enjoyed every day of the year, with tables laid in an exquisite garden setting throughout the summer.
Address: 112 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, 75008 Paris
In 1986, Alain Passard opened his fine dining luxury restaurant Arpege, previously run by his own master Alain Senderens under the name Archestrate. He named it so to pay tribute to music, his second passion and decorated the restaurant in an Art Deco style.
Address: 84 Rue de Varenne, 75007 Paris
Since July 2014, when Yannick Alléno started to run the Pavillon Ledoyen and settled there Alléno Paris, he has been using the skills he learned from some of the world’s greatest chefs and the modernity of his approach to bringing new life to classical French cuisine in one of the most historic Parisian locations. Pavillon Ledoyen, renowned since 1792 and located on the Champs-Élysées since 1842, is a unique and special place: a chef’s home, Yannick Alléno’s home.
Address: 8 Avenue Dutuit, 75008 Paris
Restaurant Pierre Gagnaire
Situated in the 8th district, Pierre Gagnaire’s genius consists of equal proportions in impulsive intuition and careful thought. A poet of the cooking stove with a heart of gold, he immediately insists on the priceless loyalty of a restaurant team. His French fine dining menu is the most inventive in Paris. A very carefully worked-out cellar.
Address: 6 Rue Balzac, 75008 Paris