The best of the new restaurants in Paris Region
Great restaurants, renowned chefs and gourmet establishments with amazing views… A number of new eateries are making headlines in the Paris Region. Take a welcome break to discover the best of French and international cuisine.
The Top Chef Bistro, the most highly publicized
Just like on the famous Top Chef show, the guest former contestants work in the kitchen behind the stove to offer you a choice of 4 starters, 4 main courses and 4 desserts. From the open kitchen to the pop colour scheme, everything reminds you of the show! Did they get your mouth watering when you watched the show? Now, you can finally taste the iconic dishes that helped forge the reputations of these talented new chefs.
La Plume, the most Japanese
Nestled at the top of the Hôtel Madame Rêve, in the heart of Paris and just a stone’s throw away from the Bourse de Commerce - Pinault Collection, the restaurant La Plume offers a Japanese-inspired menu with a French touch. A real culinary journey awaits, along with a beautiful panoramic view of the capital’s rooftops! Opening out onto a bright, leafy patio, the marble tables await the contemporary dishes of chef Benjamin Six.
Bonnie, the most festive
Paris Society’s newest project is a restaurant-bar-club called Bonnie. Located on the 15th and 16th floors of the So Paris hotel, it offers an incredible view over the whole of Paris and an amazing sensory experience thanks to the bay windows skilfully transformed by the artist Olafur Eliasson. Both the décor and the menu take you back to the Paris and New York of the 1960s and 1970s.
Brasserie Martin, the most traditional
The Nouvelle Garde team has struck again, with their new Brasserie Martin, the little sister of the Brasserie Bellanger and Brasserie Dubillot! Roast chicken and sausage and mash are the stars of the menu! Simple, gourmet cuisine based on fresh, seasonal products at very affordable prices is the secret behind the success of the Nouvelle Garde brasseries!
Le Doyenné, the most local
Nothing is more local than having your own vegetable garden in your own backyard! James Henry and Shaun Kelly, two leading Australian chefs, have restored and transformed the former stables of the Doyenné de Saint-Vrain, south of Paris Region, into an inn and restaurant. As the seasons change, it’s the vegetables that make the menu! With its large bay windows, the restaurant opens onto a lush natural environment and the splendid vegetable garden for a green lunch not far from Paris.
Madame Brasserie, the most panoramic
Up on the first floor of the Eiffel Tower, the famous chef Thierry Marx is at the helm of Madame Brasserie, where he proposes socially committed, local, responsible and above all extremely tasty cuisine! Enjoy starters, main courses and desserts while admiring the incredible view of the Palais de Chaillot, which houses the Cité de l’Architecture. The establishment’s delicious menu is matched only by the beauty of its surroundings!
Gigi Paris, The most stylish
Proposing a refined establishment and Mediterranean flavours, Gigi is part of Paris’ famous golden triangle! The Bellini Bar looks forward to welcoming you for an aperitivo in the velvet high swivel chairs. Enjoy friendly Italian cuisine in a musical atmosphere with live performances in the evening.
Under the Sea, the most immersive
The Ephemera group is opening its first pop-up restaurant in Paris to whisk you away into the ocean depths. In a secret room of the MK2 Bibliothèque, you can enjoy the seafood and delicious dishes prepared by the chef Loris de Vaucelles. For a gastronomic voyage 20,000 leagues under the sea.
Monsieur Dior, the most fashionable
In homage to the founding fashion designer, Monsieur Dior, an elegant and refined restaurant, has opened in the historic boutique on Avenue Montaigne. Thanks to the creativity of its Chef Jean Imbert, Christian Dior’s favourite dishes are reinvented and enhanced to offer you a luxurious French experience in one of the most glamorous boutiques in Paris.
Bleu Coupole, for the most Indian of summers
Under the great dome of Printemps Haussmann, the department store’s latest restaurant resembles a beach. Bleu Coupole offers marvellous seasonal cuisine created by two great names in French gastronomy, Elvira Masson and Clément Blondeau. A pleasant gourmet break after a busy shopping trip!
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