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Expect Baroque-style decorations, elegant opera numbers and incomparable Italian Cuisine. Dine on foie gras, Rack of Lamb, Beef Filet, risotto with prawns and various other exotic dishes as you take in the old opera costumes and posters on the walls of this restaurant. An ultimate destination with top-class food and extravagant live music experience. it is open for dinner from 7:30p onwards. Book ahead for a table and get ready to be charmed by the venue.
Fond of extreme and astonishing experiences? Dans Le Noir is an innovative-concept bar and restaurant based on rediscovering the many flavors of food by dining in the complete darkness. After making your selections from the menu, you are guided to your table in the dark by one of the eight visually impaired waiters as your senses begin to adjust in preparation for this uncommon dining experience. Chef Virginie Bossu, who trained in some of the best restaurants in Paris, will enchant you with her traditional French cuisine with Mediterranean accents. You can also choose the 'Surprise Menu' to try and guess the items in your plate. All ingredients are organic and recipes are established by a nutritionist. Talk to your 'without a face' neighbors, eat with your hands or take your (blind) date out for a fun experience. The establishment largely supports the visually impaired in the work environment. The timings vary, please check the website for more details.
With an interior that recalls the times of Vercingétorix, chief of the Gauls, this bawdy inn is situated on the île Saint-Louis in the center of Paris. The unique dishes are served on wooden tables and the hors d'œuvres in a prix-fixe menu. Try the grilled meats and kebabs cooked over an open fire and wash them down with a barrel of wine. Don't let the small entrance fool you: Nos Ancêtres les Gaulois is huge on the inside, but book a table, as it's a popular spot.
In the Marais district lies a very unusual restaurant. Derrière restaurant, located in an apartment, invites you home just like a friend. The welcome is warm, and the decoration is cozy. You have to visit the boudoir, the little lounge, the bedroom, if you want to take advantage of the place. The dishes are savory and quite generous. People talk, drink, eat, play, wander in the different rooms, and hang out. There is a really friendly atmosphere here.
For ten years now Chez Momo has been captivating its discerning diners with an Arabian theme full of dancing, revelry and the choicest of recipes specially sourced from the heart of Morocco. Complete with tents, chandeliers and hookahs, one is at once transported to Africa and the entire celebration of a traditional desert safari comes to life in front of one's eyes. From the menu one can try the chicken tagine along with the various Moroccan wines. After the meal one can watch the belly dancers sashay in fine traditional attire.
This restaurant's old-fashioned Belle Époque decor, refined service and sophisticated menu have made it famous the world over. Opened in 1893 by café waiter Maxime Gaillard, it has long been a favorite with movers and shakers in the fields of finance, arts and politics. Designer Pierre Cardin bought the restaurant in 1981, giving its reputation an additional boost. Enjoy your meal in the stunning opulence of the L'Impérial Bar, Le Grand Salon dining room or Le Grill. Savor delicious items, such as Fried Norway Lobsters with Avocado Pulp. Other Maxim's restaurants are located in New York, Mexico City and Beijing.