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Hôtel Meurice

228, rue de Rivoli 75001 Paris Metro: Concorde 

Le Meurice will take you back to the Louis XIV time. “My kitchen is like my city and my city is Paris", Yannick Alleno, the chef of Le Meurice, who recently received the third Michelin star and entered the circle of the best chefs in the world.

Le Grand Vefour

17, rue de Beaujolais - 75001   Metro:Palais-Royal. Website

Set in the gorgeous gardens of the Palais Royale

The great culinary establishments of 19th century Paris included the Wry, that in 1869 merged with a neighboring restaurant to form the Le Grand Vafour, which still ranks near the top among French restaurants. On the benches of the Grand Vefour, where Napoleon and Josephine, Victor Hugo, Balzac, Colette or Brel were seated you are welcome to taste some of the finest dishes, created by chef Martin Guy Savoy.

Set in the gorgeous gardens of the Palais Royale and rated wit 3 Michelin stars.

Fine dining in St-Germain-des-Prés and the Latin Quarter

La Tour D'Argent

15-17, quai de la Tournelle, 5eme,

Michelin 3 stars

Gastronomic palace with romantic view over the river Seine and Notre Dame Cathedral

Reservation obligatory


51 quai des Grands Augustins, Paris 6th

Situated on the Seine quayside, this restaurant is a monument to French gastronomy. Lapérouse is renowned for luxury and elegance, and boasts attractive tables, silverware, paintings and wall frescoes. Several rooms are available for private hire.The Salon Lapérouse, has a great view of the river Seine and is decorated in red and gold with an open-beamed ceiling. The Salon de la Boussole (name of one of the boats of the Comte de La Pérouse) face the rue des Grands Augustins. The Salon de l’Astrolabe (the name of another boat) is decorated in the rococo style with bright colors and its ceiling features a painting of an old planisphere.

L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon

Luxury break on a small budget

Rue de Montalembert, 6eme Paris

Hours Mon 12n-3:30am, 11:30am-3:30am; Tue-Sat 11:30am-3:30am; Sun 11:30am-12am, Reservations not accepted


84, rue de Varenne, 7ème, Website

Open Monday to Friday

Just a few steps from Les Invalides and the Rodin Museum, Chef Alain Passard, a rotisserie master offer a unique dishes for everyone’s taste. His menu is dedicated to the most unexpected union of flavors. Superb choice of wines.

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Fine Dining in Paris around Avenue de Champs-Elysées


41, avenue Gabriel, 8ème, Open Monday to Saturday

In one of the most seductive pavilions in the gardens off the Champs-Elysées, this luxurious and decadent institution offer classical French dishes made by the young star Alain Pégouret. Read about the extraordinary history of this place on their website Click here and don’t forget to make a reservation as soon as you can.

Pierre Gagnaire

6, rue Balzac, 8ème, Open Sunday to Friday

Menu du marché 105,00 € Menus dégustation from 265,00 to 350,00 €

Pierre Gagnaire words speak better than anyone else can describe his restaurant:  "I want my restaurant to be a place that feels open, meaning dynamic, living in the present, looking to the future but respectful of the past, and never losing sight of its objective: to give pleasure through its cuisine, a generous and lively cuisine which takes risks and, as my critics say, occasionally goes overboard.  I trust that these people will forgive my over-enthusiasm!"


Well known worldwide as the summit of French gastronomy. The welcome, the service, and above all the cuisine the Alain Solivérès , are highly refined. The cellar is exceptional. Reserve a long time in advance.

Les 110 De taiLLevent, 195 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré Paris 8th, Tel +33 (0) 1 40 74 20 20

The first "luxury" restaurant to open its doors in Paris was La Grande Taverne de Londres, founded in 1782 by Antoine Beauvilliers. He was later to write a cookbook that became a standard work on French culinary art. According to the rotund gastronomist Brillat-Savarin, Beauvilliers' establishment was the first to offer the four essentials of a fine restaurant: "an elegant room, smart waiters, a choice cellar, and superb cooking." By 1804, there were well over 500 restaurants in Paris.

The great culinary establishments of 19th century Paris included the Wry, that in  1869 merged with a neighboring restaurant to form the Le Grand Vafour, which still ranks near the top among French restaurants. Another great restaurant of the era, the Cafe Anglais, had a chef, Adolphe Duglare, who created the famed "Three Emperors Dinner" in 1867 for three well-heeled diners: Tsar Alexander II of Russia, his son, the future Alexander III, and William I, the future emperor of Germany.

Today, the last word in gastronomic excellence is the guide published by the Michelin Corporation, that annually rates restaurants in thousands of towns and cities, awarding each from zero to three stars according to culinary quality. One star indicates good quality in its class; two stars suggests the restaurant is well worth a detour; and three ranks the establishment among the best in the world.

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La Table de Joël Robuchon

16, avenue Bugeaud, 16ème, Open Monday to Sunday. Website

After L'Atelier in 2003, and building on this successful return to Paris, Joël Robuchon has set up a mere stone's throw from Place Victor Hugo. The cuisine is prepared to perfection by David Alvès.

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Bois de Boulogne - Route de Suresnes, 16ème, Open Tuesday to Saturday.  Website

A gastronomic jewel of Lenôtre, this very charming Napoleon III mansion, located in the heart of the Bois de Boulogne, offers a cuisine seemingly classic and simple but nevertheless creative by one of Joël Robuchon's best followers, Frédéric Anton. Visiting his establishment and discovering his cuisine is a journey itself. The cellar is superb and the service exact.