As Maison et Objet is getting closer, we decided to take you on a guided trip to our favorite luxury restaurants in Paris. We all know how meaningful this design tradeshow is so, in order to complement your experience there, we bring you the best of fine dining in the City of Light. The fair goes from the 7th to the 11th of September. We will see you there!
French cuisine is Le Meurice‘s specialty. A luxurious ambiance and a soulful atmosphere make this luxury restaurant an obligatory stop if you’re going to Maison et Objet. Truly unique and seductive, it has 2 Michelin stars.
Here’s a real heartbreaker of a restaurant. Located in the renowned Four Seasons Geroge V, Le Cinq is luxurious and welcoming as it gets. Tones of gold, inspiring oil paintings and gorgeous flower arrangements tell the rest of the story.
Innovation is Pierre Gagnaire‘s middle name. Here you will find beautiful combinations of flavors from all over the world that will make your mouth water! Also, there’s an impressive interior decor theme that feels simplistic yet luxurious and bold.
Do you really need an introduction for this one? Guy Savoy‘s luxury restaurant in Paris blends the finest ingredients and the skills of the Chef to provide you an unforgettable gastronomic experience. The service is flawless so make yourself at home.
Alain Ducasse Au Plaza Athénée
Alain Ducasse is a legend. This three-Michelin-starred restaurant takes an architectural approach to dining rooms in a stellar way. The furniture and the lighting make the setting a true delight and the food is just unbelievably good.
L’Ambroisie is located in the heart of the capital and the atmosphere is classic and sophisticated in equal doses. Its Chef is Bernard Pacaud so, from now on, you know everything is set for the perfect meal. French haute cuisine? This is the place.
Le Jules Verne
Last but not the least, Le Jules Verne is a lifestyle phenomenon. Towering above the Parisian boulevards on the second level of the Eiffel Tower, this restaurant has its modern decor by Patrick Jouin and the cuisine by Alain Ducasse. Nothing can wrong with these two so make sure you stop by while you’re in Paris.