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A glorious red and gold, 18th-century dining room, resplendent with mirrors and chandeliers, greets guests as they enter Le Grand Véfour. Within its palatial boundaries, Chef Guy Martin displays magical culinary artistry, as he skillfully whips up his trademark dishes like Tourte d'Artichauts et Légumes Confits and some divine concoctions, such as Ravioles de Foie Gras à l'émulsion de Crème Truffée. Business lunches are often organized during the day, but, at night, a romantic atmosphere takes over. Don't let the long names on the menu intimidate you. Indulge, and let the flavors linger. Even longer lasting, however, are memories of this splendid dining experience.
Café des Deux Moulins is the same cafe that featured in the much loved 2001 film Amélie. The interiors will take you back in time to the 1950s. The small French café captured the attention after the success of the movie and is visited by both native and foreign customers. A large poster of Amélie saying "Amélie thanks you" hangs on one of the walls. Other than the cinematic distinction, the café is like any other French café with a low lit and warm atmosphere inside, where just coffee and casual conversations flow.
Bistrot La Renaissance is an authentic French restaurant and bar with classy interiors that has extensive use of wood, large glass window and ceramics. The food is cooked from the freshly available products and the menu keeps changing seasonally. They offer amazing cocktails and a vast choices in spirits and wines available at the large glass counter. If you are looking forward for some fun night with your friends or partner head to La Renaissance. The restaurant is open till early morning hours.
This renowned, classic brasserie is housed in the Galerie Colbert. Sporting repainted friezes, fabulous gilding and fine Café de Paris-style lamps, this wonderful 1830s brasserie looks as good as new. It is one of the most popular eateries of this fashionable district's, there's a constant buzz about the place. Classic fare is featured on the menu, including beef and fish dishes.
The classic cafe is appropriately named with ancient wood and garlanded widows as the facade. However unlike its vintage exteriors, the glass chandeliers inside exude contemporary elegance. Its yellow walls with bistro like painted designs are comforting and the cafe still manages to maintain its beauty. A nontraditional menu is an another reason to visit Le Pure Cafe. Try the grilled cuttlefish with sesame seeds, rhubarb compote and spiced bulgur.