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This charming and modern restaurant is located in the 2nd arrondissement and serves up delicious Mediterranean and French cuisine. The white tablecloths and rotating display of art make this a popular spot for business meetings. The menu is a mixture of classical and contemporary dishes, all using the ingredients and inspiration of France and the Mediterranean.
Pavillon Ledoyen is one of the oldest restaurants in the Champs-Élysées vicinity. The grand decor exudes an old-world charm, while the ambiance makes you feel like you've been transported back in time. The cuisine is essentially French, but Chef Christian Le Squer does make an effort to reinvent it with his subtle contemporary nuances. Although, the interiors do look a little worn out, it's the food that makes up for it. With delights like Les Coquillages, The Turbot with Truffled Mashed Potatoes and a variety of other classic fish and meat dishes, the patrons are only ever increasing. So if decadent beauty is your fetish and you're willing enough to pay for it, then Pavillon Ledoyen it is!
À la Cloche d'Or is a great place to feast on local French cuisine while visiting Montmartre. Rumor has it, that this place was once owned by renowned actress Jeanne Moreau’s family, and though the management has changed, this restaurant continues to remain a significant part of the entertainment industry. In close proximity to the popular Moulin Rouge theater, this restaurant is frequented by actors, actresses and the audience alike. If you are lucky, you may chance upon a meeting with your favorite celeb!
A perfect venue for celebrating special occasions, this fine, upscale restaurant offers the ideal setting and cuisine that can make your dining experience a memorable one. The special feature at Lasserre is its painted roof that opens up during the summer months to give diners a breath-taking view of the starry sky above. The menu is a treat of traditional French fare with Chateaubriand, light green asparagus and salmon dishes on the list. The Millefeuille (Napoléon) is definitely worth a try even for those of you who lack a sweet-tooth. This multi-layered treat can increase the pleasure of dining here three-fold!
La Maison Blanche is located on the roof-top of the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées. This location lets you have excellent views of the Seine and the city outside. The white interiors and swanky furniture gives the decor a classy look. To add to it, the crowd that fills the place is metropolitan and not necessarily French. So if you happen to be a tourist in Paris, La Maison Blanche makes for a great venue. The menu is interesting and ever-changing with mainly contemporary French and Mediterranean fare featuring on the list. The ingredients are seasonal and hence fresh, so the quality is without a doubt top-notch. You can head here even if you're just looking for a place to relax, the twinkling lights of Paris could be a great landscape to lose your worries in!
For over 100 years, Fouquet's has been a landmark of the Champs-Élysées, patronized by confirmed celebrities and political figures along with a discerning public. Remodeled and purchased by the Barrière group, proprietors of the palatial Hôtel Fouquet's Barrière next door, Fouquet's continues to offer traditional French cuisine and a high-end experience steeped in cultural history. Prix-fixe menus are available from EUR78.
Omnipresent in the tabloids, one of the most talented French chefs, Pierre Gagnaire, is highly acclaimed by international food critics. His Paris restaurant (he also opened one in New York and in Tokyo) was awarded a third star by Michelin in 2007 and ranked third best restaurant in the world by British magazine Restaurant, calling its chef "France's Genial Culinary Magician." If haute cuisine is an art, Pierre Gagnaire is a virtuoso. Accommodating the most exquisite ingredients with the most surprising flavors in unexpected combinations, the chef delivers on his promising menu. Call or see the website for more information or to make a reservation.