The hottest place for eating in Paris
A former Parisian classified monument takes on a new life thanks to two devotees of Burgundy wine, who have built a temple to their favourite vineyards. To accompany and reveal the wines, Chef Chi Tam Phan’s cuisine is a mixture of traditional French cuisine and Japanese creativity.
600 m2 of south-facing terrace, opposite the banks of the Seine and the Eiffel Tower, this is where you’ll find the Palais de Tokyo’s new restaurant. It is the final touch that was necessary to complete the venue, now open thanks to the talented Benjamin Masson and his playful gastronomical brasserie menu.
Not only the winner of Top Chef 2011, Stéphanie Le Quellec is one of her generation’s most promising chefs.
An inspired Starck strikes again
Young chef Gaëtan Gentil takes over with flair from David Toutain
At Pascade, the Michelin-awarded chef and owner of SaQuaNa in Honfleur, renders a warm tribute to his native Aveyron.
It was the long-awaited opening of this fall.
It was the talked-about opening of last spring. In June 2012 a unique, multiplatform space opened up in the Fashion and Design Centre in Paris.
The founders of Helen are Franck Barrier, house manager, and Sébastien Carmona Porto, young chef and true master of the fine art of fish preparation and cooking.
How delightful it is to be surprised. A brasserie that proposes 110 wines by the glass and where each dish is associated with four wines….this hasn’t been done before in Paris.
Frédéric Duca has put his bags down in the former Flora Mikula restaurant, bringing with him a brand new interior design that is totally white and zen yet with a slightly manga edge.
The best of regional Paris in your plate
An ex-Tour d’Argent is at the stoves of this chic and modern bistro
Traditional bistro cuisine with a touch of Asian influences.
Cobéa is the new discovery on everyone’s lips.