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1. ALAIN DUCASSE AU PLAZA ATHÉNÉE

Ducasse’s most ambitious project to date, this three-star Michelin restaurant takes an architectural approach to dining, turning its back on flamboyance in favor of harmony through simplicity.


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2. RESTAURANT GUY SAVOY

Just up the road from the Arc de Triomphe, Restaurant Guy Savoy is a culinary shrine to the skills of its namesake. Renowned not only for its food but also for impeccable service, characterized by happiness and conviviality instead of inaccessible aloofness, this three-star Michelin restaurant consistently enthrals its diners, and is a source of inspiration for many other chefs


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3. LE MEURICE

This extravagant restaurant serves world-class classic European cuisine in an elegant and harmonious white and silver setting.Wines and champagnes are kept in a specially created wine cellar opening onto the dining room, while a special chef’s table in the kitchen allows guests a closer view of what’s going on. Dishes include such lavish offerings as sautéed blue lobster with champagne, sea bass with goldleaf risotto, and scallops with white alba truffle foam.


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4. CRISTAL ROOM BACCARAT

On the first floor of the extravagant Baccarat Museum, the Cristal Room restaurant occupies the former dining room of Vicomtesse Marie-Laure de Noailles, erstwhile owner of the building.Refurbished by Philippe Starck – who added to the original wood-paneling and bare brickwork with mirrors, copious amounts of gilding, and a fabulous dusty pink color scheme – it serves sophisticated cuisine by Michelin-star chef Guy Martin, and frequently hosts private parties and receptions.


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5. LE CINQ

Reminiscent of an ornate château dining room, Le Cinq is undoubtedly luxurious yet also welcoming. The elegant dining room bathed in gold, the old master oils adorning the walls and the beautiful flower arrangements all set the scene for this gastronomic experience. Awarded two Michelin stars, it serves classic French food with a contemporary inflection, with menus changing seasonally to make the most of each ingredient chosen.


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6. APICIUS

This exceptional two-star Michelin restaurant, opened by Chef Jean Pierre Vigato in 2004, extends over a number of rooms in the magnificent Hotel Schneider, previously the residence of 19th century man of affairs the Marquis de Talhouët.Guests can choose to dine in the Dining Room, the Klimt Room – adorned with superb reproductions of Klimt’s golden-toned artworks – or the ‘Petit Salon’, an intimate room for six to eight people.


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7. L’ARPÈGE

On the chic Left Bank, Alain Passard’s L’Arpège is dedicated to creating cuisine filled with harmony; every ingredient of every dish is carefully considered to ensure it matches the rest, the result of which is a three-star Michelin rating. Passard is also devoted to quality; since 2000, the restaurant has been supplied by its own three ‘potagers’ or kitchen gardens, which produce 40 tons of fresh, allnatural ingredients annually. Experience this devotion in the sleek main dining room, or book the private dining room for up to 14 guests.


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8. EPICURE

Comprised of two dining rooms – Winter and Summer – used according to the rhythms of the season, this three-star Michelin destination attracts with its luscious surroundings and delectable culinary offerings. Based upon traditional French cuisine, yet always evolving and being improved, the dishes created by head chef Eric Frechon aim to bring back to the forefront of the gastronomical world simple but delicious combinations made with quality seasonal ingredients.


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9. LASSERRE

Lasserre’s key concepts are discretion, service, and ultra-fine dining. A bastion of French haute cuisine, this two-star Michelin Old World-style restaurant aims to offer each guest a refined and charming experience, enhanced by an incredible attention to detail in all areas. Dine on classic dishes such as roast pigeon with seasonal vegetables, or spiced duck with roasted figs in red wine sauce, and don’t forget to look up at the frescoed roof by artist Touchagues, which retracts in good weather to reveal the Parisian sky.


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10. LE JULES VERNE

Towering above the Parisian boulevards on the second level of the Eiffel Tower, Le Jules Verne is – contrary to what you might assume given the flocks of visitors below – far from a tourist trap. With bold modern décor by Patrick Jouin and cuisine by the legendary Alain Ducasse, it offers a classic French menu with contemporary twists, plus sweeping views over western Paris through floor-to-ceiling bay windows. Rigorously selected ingredients are combined to produce mouthwatering creations such as seared turbot with leeks and black fig sauce, and pineapple and green apple ‘vacherin’.


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