Restaurants in Paris are famous for their great food, and also for their beautiful, inviting spaces. We choose 5 best restaurants that you need to visit during Maison et Objet 2017! From traditional bistros to trendy restaurants, here’s a list of incredible chic places to eat in the City of Light
Italian restaurant Il Carpaccio first opened its doors 30 years ago and has since inspired other hospitality design. The intimate dining room draws a Sicilian baroque style with an extravagant shell decor on the walls, opening onto a lovely glass conservatory drenched in light. Two contemporary artists have created unique works of art that add to the Italian theme.
Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athénée
When looking for restaurants in Paris, there’s no way you won’t consider Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athénée. The dining room is a gem – designed by Patrick Jouin and Sanjit Manku – where all is softness of curves, materials, and contents. The restaurant interior is wonder in the remarkable quality of the pieces created with an absolute attention to every detail.
Built into the Palais Garnier opera house’s east facade, L’Opéra is a restaurant designed by architect Odile Decq. L’Opera restaurant brings a touch of modernity to the Paris Opera by integrating design and organic shapes. The tables are beautifully designed in red and white, and allow visitors to sit down for a coffee, a drink or to eat a good meal. Excelent place to meet during Maison et Objet Paris.
This gourmet restaurant in Paris, part of the Four Season Hotels Hotel George V, opened in 2001 to much fanfare and rapidly achieved 1, 2, then 3 Michelin Red Guide stars under the direction of chef Philippe Legendre before being demoted to 2 stars. Chef Eric Briffard took over from 2008 until October 2014 when Christian Le Squer, formerly of the 3-star Michelin restaurant Ledoyen, became head chef.
Septime restaurant in Paris presents modern French cooking with the best ingredients. But that’s not all. Its bohemian look comes from the fact that it is based in a former furniture workshop in eastern Paris. The twin dining rooms have polished anthracite-color cement floors, sleek Danish modern chairs, and tables made from rough gray recycled wood.
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