The best of the new restaurants in Paris Region
You’ll now be able to meet up with friends again or have a truly romantic evening!
To be right up to date, choose between the brand new restaurants whose opening is a major event this autumn… and those which opened their doors just prior to lockdown, which few gourmets have had the opportunity to try out. Food court, rooftop, gourmet restaurant or street food - Paris hasn’t lost any of its its wonder and still offers a range of delightful new options rich in culinary diversity. The choice is yours!
Mimosa, the most authentic
A restaurant that sublimates French gastronomy and offers a gustatory journey in the cour d’honneur of the Hôtel de la Marine. The chef Jean-François Piège amazes with his mimosa egg bar and invites you to his new Parisian table.
Ischia, the most Mediterranean
Cyril Lignac’s new restaurant invites you on a journey off the coast of Naples, where you will discover all the flavours of Italian cuisine. The charm of the island of Ischia permeates this restaurant of the same name, as evident in the décor as it is in the food. The real dolce vita!
Café Lapérouse, the most exotic
Within the walls of the Hôtel de la Marine, you’ll find the first restaurant at this historic site, the Café Lapérouse. In this exotic setting with two splendid tree-lined terraces beneath the archways, food lovers will be able to satisfy their cravings for bistro cuisine. Parisian chic!
Ernest Samaritaine, the top bakery
A bistro combined with a bakery, this new concept from the Ernest restaurant can be found on the ground floor of La Samaritaine. The chef Naoëlle d’Hainaut offers a fine menu of typical Parisian dishes and at night the bakery counter turns into a bar, ready for lively evenings.
Limbar, the most luxurious
At the heart of the luxury hotel Le Cheval Blanc Paris, opposite the Pont Neuf, from breakfast to after-work drinks, somewhere between a restaurant, a bar and a tea room, the Limbar is already a must-visit in Paris. A poetic destination that will stimulate the senses of all food lovers in the heart of Paris
The Halle aux Grains, the most gourmet
The opening of the Stock Exchange - Pinault collection which everyone is talking about is also a major gourmet event, being the first Parisian location for the famous father/son Bras family duo. With a menu inspired by the history of the monument which has grain as its underlying theme. Sprouted, grilled, blown or infused, it will take you by surprise! Not to mention the unique view of St Eustache Church, the Canopée du Forum des Halles and the Pompidou Centre.
Dumbo Park, the best street food
This summer 2021, the best smash burger in Paris can be enjoyed on the piazza with unobstructed views of the Eiffel Tower! Dumbo has arrived, settling on the square between the Palais de Tokyo and the Musée d’Art modern de Paris, with an innovative ice-cream sandwich on the menu. Probably one of the best spots to chill out!
Douze, the most lively
Combining a covered market and restaurants offering fresh, local and seasonal produce, that’s the aim of Douze, the brand new gourmet hall in Paris. It’s the buzz between the fishmonger’s, butcher’s, the greengrocer and the cheese factory, all selected artisan producers. From the market to the plate, there is only one step: taste the atmosphere and celebrate eating well at one of the market terraces.
Pedzouille the Grange, the highest perched
In the Pedzouille family, I ask for the lastborn. Perched at the top of the Novotel Porte de Versailles, Pedzouille la Grange unveils its summer terrace and farmer restaurant.
Large tables, comfortable and generous cuisine, as well as two bars with simple and refreshing cocktails. You won’t be able to resist the call of the countryside in Paris!
Forest, the most engaged
Julien Sebbag, this trendy, committed chef, is no longer presenting his brand new restaurant at the Musée d’Art Modern de Paris with Moma Group. Dishes made from plants that dress the animal and aquatic like a poem with eco-responsibility and our taste buds. Taste and ideas for an engaged tasting!
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