There are only a few days left before one of the most special interior design event for the interior design industry takes over Paris. Maison et Objet is almost here and we are dying to know all about the latest home décor trends that this unique event provides. But we think this is also an opportunity to enjoy the goods things that this city has to offer such as the french cuisine. So, if wou want to eat the very best Paris has to offer in the most luxurious places during your visit to Maison et Objet, take a look at this top ten restaurants based in Paris that we selected.
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Located on the 56th floor of the Montparnasse Tower, this very spacious and very stylish restaurant offers wonderful views of the city skyline. It’s a very chic restaurant with an interior design inspired by the 1960’s aesthetics. The huge windows offer unobstructed views of the city and the combination of interior and exterior beauty is very charming.
With it’s romantic interior and impeccable service, the chef Pierre Gagnaire has created a restaurant that creates explosive dishes that are bursting with flavor like the royal duck foie gras with Banyuls, tomato juice and fresh almonds. The restaurant is located in the famous Parisian Hotel Balzac, in the Champs – Élysées.
Raised, mezzanine-style, above the viewing platforms on the second floor of the Eiffel Tower, this Michelin-starred eatery offers unequalled views of Paris, from its most momentous landmark. indulge yourself with lavish dishes such as lobster with celery root and black truffle, and fricassee of Bresse chicken with crayfish. For dessert the kitchen of Alain Ducasse reinterprets French classics, as in an unsinkable pink grapefruit soufflé with grapefruit sorbet.
Inspired by the post-impressionistic era of the Belle Epoque, the Maison Souquet may just be the most provocative hotel in Paris. Whether grabbing a drink in the lounge or hidden champagne bar or checking in to the one of the property’s extravagant suites, the plush velvet and gold-accented interiors, designed by Jacques Garcia, are not to be missed.
In the 16th district, L’Abeille is Shangri-La Hotel, Paris’ French fine dining restaurant. Attention has been paid to the minutest details of the decor, stylish and minimal, and to the unique and fabulous tableware. Christophe Moret, a talented chef, proposes refined French fine dining using produces of exceptional quality, enhanced by the presentation of the dishes. With its remarkable service, L’Abeille is a jewel at the Parisian crown, a chance to experience subtle and delicate flavors.
This sumptuous décor is a feast for the eyes. The opulent restaurant, built in 1901, has grandiose sculptures, mural-covered walls and ceilings, crystal chandeliers and shiny brass fittings. The restaurant cares about offering you the best, and is a blend of French gastronomy with a brasserie feel.
A picture-perfect Parisian bistro in the heart of the Latin Quarter by Alain Ducasse since 2013.
On top of the Centre Pompidou, futuristic Geroges draws a fashionable crowd as much for its views of Paris as the cosmopolitan brasserie fare.
The Peninsula Paris occupies an entire block near the Arc de Triomphe and offers the perfect combination of acomodation. The Peninsula’s placement near both the Eiffel Tower and the Arc de Triomphe provides an intimate sensation despite the overwhelming vista. The restaurant and bar—which has a retractable roof—is adjacent to a large outside dining terrace, where tables are neatly arranged with personal space in mind.
Laura Gonzalez was responsible for the décor and Gastón Acurio, the star Peruvian chef, is in the kitchen. The result? Named after the son of the Inca sun god, it feels like something out of the Seven Cities of Gold, with its turquoise walls, brass fixtures, benches with Inca patterns, big golden pillars… and a taste of Peru on the plates! A must go!
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