Le Clarence is much more than just a meal; It is an extraordinary journey into a parallel world filled with crystal chandeliers and neoclassical paintings.
James Edward Henry and Sean Kelly fled to the countryside in the renovated buildings of a castle in Essonne to create an exquisite restaurant in a beautiful setting.
The Leva sisters, Katia and Tatiana, have been lighting up their corner space on Rue Saint-Maur since 2014. The setting is striking: ceiling mouldings, an old mural.
At the helm of this stunning bar that blends wood, glass, concrete and steel, Bertrand Grabaut is your captain on a seafood journey. Menu changes depending on the catch of the day.
Giovanni Passarini has to be the best Italian chef in Paris. Hey, we believe he's one of the top chefs in town. their modern trattoria terrazzo floors, white walls.
This is fine dining in a London pub-type setting; Think old wooden tables, blackened steel and dim lighting. one more thing that hasn't changed.
Are you looking for a starch-tablecloth meal with good service and some friendly vegetarian options? At this market counter in Paris, you eat standing up in the open air.
A typical 8th District brasserie setting, Le Marmoz resembles the '60s, with bistro-style furniture, a mosaic floor and opaline chandeliers.
Opaline lighting, a marbled counter, and basket-woven service... Châteaubriand invented the code of bistronomy in 1866 and has been breaking boundaries ever since.
This bistro may be officially open and may not cost much, but its soul is old. It looks like it's the kind of place where figures from history sit.