Eating out in a designers settings


La Société

4 place Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Paris 6th

M° Saint-Germain-des-Prés – Tel + 33 (0)1 53 63 60 60 www.restaurantlasociete.com

Marble, mahogany and leather dominate this restaurant designed by  Christian Liaigre.


Vagenende

142, boulevard Saint-Germain, 6eme, Open Monday to Sunday www.vagenende.com

This former early 19th century eatery is one of the most elegant brasseries in Paris. The Art Nouveau décor with frescoes, mirrors and woods is authentic and the French cuisine has a delicious flavor.

Le Comptoir

9, Carrefour de l’Odéon, Paris 6.Telephone: 01 44 27 07 97. www.hotel-paris-relais-saint-germain.com

Open daily Reservations for dinner only.

This bistro have excellent selection of salads, platters of cheese and good wines by the glass.

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Bouillon Racine

3 rue Racine, Paris 6th Tel +33 (0) 1 01 44 32 15 60 www.bouillon-racine.com

Founded in 1906 by the Chartiers, this enchanting "bouillon" is classified as a historic monument. Art Nuveau style dominate the place with its beveled mirrors, colored stained glass and marble mosaics. Classic brasserie menu with modern flavor. Jazz evenings every first and third Tuesday of the month.

The famous Art Deco brasserie Bouillon Racine organizes  jazz classic evenings  on the first and third Tuesday evenings.  Savor the suckling stuffed pig or a spit duck roast accompanied with music through time and the senses!


The ALCAZAR

62 rue Mazarine, Paris 6th Tel +33 (0) 1 53 10 19 99 www.alcazar.fr

Mondays are the lyric atmosphere in Alcazar when singers delight customers with songs from operas.  While the chef prepares delicious shoulder of lamb with herbs and eggplant caviar, or Vacherin raspberry and liquorice, tenor and mezzo soprano interpret selected pieces of classical repertoire.


Le Télégraphe

41 rue de Lille, 75007 Paris, Tel +33 (0) 1 58 62 10 08  www.restaurantletelegraphe.com

In 2008, the former Maison des dames des Postes building in the 7th arrondissement was transformed into a luxury restaurant Le Télégraphe. Glass wall, indoor garden and cosy bar in 1930s setting awaits you in this restaurant. The menu combines exotic flavors of Japan with traditional French cuisine. Try Sunday brunch from 10am to 3pm.


La Fermette Marbeuf 1900 - Eating out in a designers settings

5 rue Marbeuf, 75008 Paris

Telephone : +33 (0) 1 53 23 08 00

Website : www.fermettemarbeuf.com

Dating back to 1898, with Art Nouveau decor, this restaurant is considered the table des Gourmets, where you can savour beef tenderloin with Bordeaux sauce, grilled sea bass with fennel, veal chop with morem mushrooms, hot "Grand Marnier" soufflé and much more.

Eating out in a designers settings

Eating out in a designers settings in the west of Paris


Restaurant BON

25 rue de la Pompe, Paris 16th – M° Rue-de-la-Pompe, Tel + 33 (0)1 40 72 70 00 www.restaurantbon.fr

Designer: Philippe Starck


Tsé

78 rue d'Auteuil, 75016 Paris, Telephone : +33 (0) 1 40 71 11 90 Metro Porte D’Auteuil

Asian decor, in red and yellow tones set up in the former Gare d'Auteuil offers Asian-inspired cuisine. Try breaded fillets of mullet with spices, tuna kebab with sesame, steamed chicken with lemon as well as many cocktails refer to Asian films: Lover, Indochina, the Last Emperor ...


Chez Clément Wagram

47 avenue de Wagram, 75017 Paris, Telephone : +33 (0) 1 53 81 97 00 , Website : www.chezclement.com

Renowned for its rotisserie, Chez Clément welcomes you in an original and charming decor. Authentic French cuisine.

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Eating out in a designers settings in the east of Paris


Le Train Bleu

Address

Louis Armand, 12eme

Website  www.le-train-bleu.com

Open from Monday to Sunday

The Train Bleu was opened in 1901 inside the Gare de Lyon. The greatest painters of the time contributed to the magnificent décor.

The golden-wood paneling, the paintings, the brass luggage racks and the bench seats recreate the atmosphere of the early 19th century.

It offer a great traditional brasserie cuisine.

Kong  - The view and exceptional decoration - must visit

1 Rue du Pont-Neuf, 1er,

Open Monday to Sunday Kong is a trendy restaurant/bar in the sky, overlooking the Seine. Decorated by the famous Philippe, it incorporate carpet rollers, fluorescent stairs, Louis XV chairs and plasma screens. For you to discover. www.kong.fr

Not far away - Place Vendôme - Bar Hemingway or Tea Time at Le Ritz

15 Place Vendôme, 75001 Paris, Website  www.ritzparis.com

Hemingway seemed to leave an impressionable mark on the many drinking establishments in Paris, and the Bar Hemingway pays tribute to the hard drinking author with its name. Today you’ll find expensive cocktails there, but you’ll also be surrounded by history and memorabilia, as well as rows of newspapers, with a cozy, wooden interior.

Tea-Time in Le Ritz- The English High Tea Ceremony, is an institution at the Ritz. On Saturday afternoon tea and pastries are on offer at at 55 €. After that, you can miss the dinner!