Two nights before we are going off to Paris! Our agenda is already scheduled with lots of showroom visits, cocktail parties and exhibitions at the Deco-Off, time to reserve the restaurants in advance! In this list you’ll find fine dining restaurants but also the real Parisian bistrots that you can’t miss.
With a view on the Louvre and Eiffel Tower, this new fine dining experience is definitly a must-visit. Loulou is located in du musée des Arts décoratifs and happens to be “the dining room of a decorative arts collectors”, like restaurateur and entrepreneur Gilles Malafosse mentioned. Loulou’s interior is a mix of The Seventies style and Art Deco from the 18th century.
Two young restaurateurs, Julien Ross and Alexandre Giesbert, took over the Jean Paul Gaultier’s boutique shop on Rue Vivienne to create a high-end trattoria serving up “exceptional produce.” Located in a charming arcade, built in 1923, this Italian hotspot serves ultra fresh ingredients like a real trattoria! With heigh ceilings, raw bricks, blue velvet banquettes and beautiful green marble tabletops, this new place is always a good idea.
A great new restaurant by Alain Ducasse: Champeaux. This hip bistrot is a design by Philippe Starck and located under La Canopée, a huge structure which contains 18.000 glass shells, in the area of Les Halles. As for the food, Champeaux serves traditional French dishes like snails, oysters, tartars and more. Well and if you know gastronomic Ducasse, who won three Michelin stars for his amazing, health-conscious menu, “holy trology”, you can expect a very tasty dinner without heavy stuff.
Le Jules Verne
In order to remain the same style, this is another great restaurant by Alain Ducasse. In the evening, the atmosphere of the restaurant turns more sensual, which is surrounded by the iron base of the Eiffel Tower. Jules Verne is much more than a restaurant, when you go upstairs to enter this place, it is conductive to dreams and wonderful memories with great views on Paris.
Hôtel Providence Paris, is tucked away on a discreet corner between the 10th and 3rd arrondisement. In this new Parisian cafe you are closer to Canal Saint Martin and the upper Marais than to any of the typical tourist destinations, without the tourists! With an interior dressed in House of Hackney, it’s a cozy and warm bistrot for another Parisian evening.
At this Neo-baroque brasserie Thoumieux, the food is exquisite, made famous by chefs Jean-François Piège and Thierry Costes. Another jewel of the well-known Beaumarly group, which is a fusion of brasserie, gastronomical restaurant and hotel. The rooms are designed by famous India Mahdavi, go here for a true Parisian luxury experience and don’t forget to try the chef’s famous pastries!
La Rotonde de la Muette
La Rotonde is a newly refurbished brasserie with the in typical Parisian style, located in the 16th arrondissement La Muette district, with hand-sewn brass bar lamps! A decor created by the known Roman & Williams Interiors firm and traditional French food that will complete everything you wished for.
Café Français opened in 2013, with a recognisable interior design by India Mahdavi: a mixture of colors and materials, using the colors of the French flag and a dramatic geometry floor design is her signature. This design café has another jewel, the Michelin-starred chef Jean-François Piege to oversee the cuisine. For an extra design inspiration boost with excellent food!
Next to the busy schedule of the next days in Paris, this list can help us to re-charge from the hectic showrooms and Deco-off events. Tread yourself and go for intimate dining and a great bed afterwards!
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