From the classic entourage, which loved to dine with Coco Chanel to lost in green leaves of tables. Introducing the Parisian restaurants in which refined everything and the food and the interior.
When it comes to the most beautiful restaurants of Paris, it is obvious that the new decor of the restaurant La Maison du Caviar in the style of the 1930-ies from the design Bureau Oitoemponto deserves its place in the list. This Paris institution is famous for its bold decor since 1956, and the reconstruction of 2018 is no exception. With Gournay Wallpaper, velvety sofas and an abundance of chandeliers, the restaurant is reminiscent of the Orient Express, which traveled Agatha Christie, and who became a reference for the designer Duo Artur Miranda and Jacques BEC. In the soft light among the bouquets sitting at the restaurant and eat caviar, carpaccio with cream and fresh Linguini tossed with slices of smoked salmon.
Where to find: 21, rue Quentin-Bauchart, 75008 Paris
For the interior design were answered by star architect Joseph Diran (in the portfolio is restaurants, Monsieur Bleu and Loulou), so Girafe is one of the Parisian restaurants that are worth a look in 2020. There is a restaurant in the building of the Palais de Chaillot, the decor of which features an impressive marble bar and beautiful wire chairs. Inspired by art Deco, the restaurant combines dusty shades with the aesthetic style of the 1930-ies. Chef Benoit Darger offers a menu of seafood, including sashimi Dorado with mango and passion fruit, spicy ceviche of salmon with coconut milk and linguine with lobster. During the summer period guests can relax on the terrace with views of the Eiffel tower.
Where to find: 1, place du Trocadéro, the 11 Novembre, 75016 Paris
The restaurant Beefbar has earned a global stamp of approval, from Singapore to Mexico – for a great steak and great design. In Paris Beefbar opened Riccardo Giraudi. Under the guidance of the architects Humbert & Poyet have a modern decor, it is appropriate contrasting with the historic building in art Nouveau style, built in 1985. Sitting under a glass roof through which you can see the tops of the trees, they eat the meat cooked in different styles: have gyoza with beef, Korean Bao buns, smoked Jasmine tea beef. It is also worth to try the pizza with truffle cream and Parmesan cheese fillet of sea bream with soy and fresh ginger. And to reveal the beauty of the tableware Bernardaud, you need to eat every last bite.
Where to find: 5, rue Marbeuf, 75008 Paris
Restaurant Roxo, a popular place for living night life of the Parisians, appeared in the popular in the 1980-ies the club Les Bains, which in 2016 was the hotel. Scarlet walls, poor lighting and plants to create a rather sensual atmosphere. Brazilian chef Bruno Gossi serves in small dishes – the chef recommends taking three per person – for example, risotto with Périgord truffle or curry of sea fish. For a bar meet talented Mixology, so cocktail fans can expect a special treat.
Where to find: 7, rue du Bourg l’abbé, 75003 Paris
Pierre Lacroix, the designer of the interior of the bar Le Très Particulier, gave new life to the big secret of Paris. The new interior of the Hôtel Particulier in Montmartre has received well-deserved attention from its interior in shades of dusty pink. The tables are decorated with bouquets of dried flowers, perfectly matching alabaster sconces Garnier & Linker and pink puffs with plush fringe. In the center of the room – a huge bar, as a reminder of true craftsmanship with cocktails. Chef Ruben sarfati offers a wide selection of mini-bagels with pickled vegetables in pesto, ceviche of salmon in Grenada and pellet Nan with cheese Saint-Marcellin. It’s a hard choice.
Where to find: 23, avenue Junot, Pavillon D, 75018 Paris
The monkey breaks the stereotype of how to look Parisian restaurant of the 16th district. Created by the imagination of one of the world’s most famous designers, the interior of the restaurant is filled with pottery and totems, colorful pillows, African masks on the walls, simple stools and leather chairs. This stylish set of objects. The wooden interior creates a cozy atmosphere for chef Adam Bentele, culinary creations which you can try. Favorite dishes include the delights of Mediterranean cuisine – scallops with cauliflower, buckwheat, Iranian pistachio and mint bread.
Where to find: 1-7, rue Jean Richepin, 75016 Paris
Thanks to Laura Gonzalez, the architect of the most fashionable restaurants in Paris, L’alcazar can now be added to the list of Parisian hot spots. With plants everywhere and a glass ceiling, natural décor and fine Chinese ceramics and marble tiles. The food served in the heart of the urban jungle, is a Testament to the power of live ingredients: mushroom ravioli, salad with pumpkin and rocket salad, and a bowl with shrimp and avocado with mango, beans and cashews are all on the menu. Night residents SIP cocktails on the balcony… a perfect place for people-watching.
Where to find: 62, rue Mazarine, 75006 Paris
We should thank the architects of Marius Toudoire and Andre Malraux for the legendary restaurant at the Gare de Lyon. The Duo saved it from destruction in 1966. A visit to Le Train Bleu is an invaluable experience: the restaurant is famous for its ceiling height of 26 feet and interior in the style of Belle Époque. It is a monument of architecture, where the front furnishings with gilded walls and ceiling, and had dinner here on such figures as Proust and Coco Chanel. In the kitchen chef Michelle Rostang to be awarded a Michelin star, prepares delicious dishes: fillets of salt with clams and autumn root vegetables, Pecorino ravioli in chicken broth and chopped bream with scallops… French cuisine at its most elegant.
Where to find: Le Train Bleu, place Louis-Armand, 75012 Paris