Paris, the enchanting "City of Lights," is a timeless destination that captivates the hearts of millions of people each year.
And with Maison & Objet around the corner we’re already thinking about the restaurants we’re planning to go to in Paris.
Visiting the fair is a perfect excuse to spend your time in the evening in a lovely restaurant with amazing food and an inspiring insta-proof interior.
Make sure you get the most out of your stay and explore this list of our five favorite restaurants in Paris. And don’t forget to make your reservations in time!
means ‘bitten’ in French. This bistronomy restaurant is famous for using the best local French ingredients served with wine from all the French regions, organic or bio-dynamic.
The interior décor is in a style of simple elegance but more towards fine dining than to a French bistro. When the weather is great, you can sit outside on the terrace, enjoy the amazing food and watch the Paris evening go by.
You will find this amazing place in the magnificent Passage des Panoramas.
Astair is project from Jean Valfort, Charles Drouhaut en Jean-François Monfort. The interor décor is amazing; from the floor to the ceilings.
Lunch or dinner, Astair is a place you don’t want to miss so make sure to visit and simply enjoy French culinary heritage in an amazing setting.
First a little bit of history;
Le Camondo is the old garage of The Hôtel Camondo. The basement, which has now become the restaurant’s kitchen, was a mechanics’ workshop and the apartments above it used to house the drivers and mechanics.
The brass elements on the ceiling and the walls, the velvet cushions, the wooden panelling on the walls, the old carpets; it’s the combination that creates a lovely vibe in this restaurant.
And the food? An experience itself! Oh, and when the weather is great, you’ll find a lovely outside terrace as well.
Georges – Centre Pompidou
One word; view! This rooftop restaurant is our favorite day and night. You will be entertained by the spectacular view Paris has to offer.
The cuisine is simply delicious.
Sinner Paris is a luxury boutique hotel with a restaurant you don’t want to miss.
So If you’re still looking for a place to stay during Maison & Objet; book a room and enjoy both the hotel and restaurant! There’s no better excuse to surround yourself by trendy Parisians.
In the evening, the ambiance becomes quasi-mystical. The place is filled with thick smoke, the DJ is at the turntables. The cuisine is a mix of North African, traditional Algerian barbecue with Asian and Latino references. All to be shared!