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Trocadero
15 reviews
Chef Pascal Barbot's "modern, elegant" Haute Cuisine reaches the "pinnacle of grace" in his "incredibly imagined and prepared" plates "accompanied perfectly" by "well-chosen wines". — Zagat
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Bercy / Nation
13 reviews
Since May 2011, when this restaurant first opened, word of mouth has spread quickly through the local neighbourhood. — Michelin Guide
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Cafe
Le Marais
15 reviews
Everything at the Breton Café (breizh is ‘Breton’ in Breton) is 100% authentic, be it the Cancale oysters, the 20 types of cider, or the organic-flour crêpes cooked to perfection. — Lonely Planet
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Champs-Élysées
13 reviews
This three-star restaurant bears the name of internationally renowned chef Alain Ducasse and serves as the flagship of his restaurant empire. — Frommer's
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French
Bercy / Nation
15 reviews
Paul Bert is one of the most famous and popular bistros in all of Paris — The Infatuation
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Tour Eiffel / Invalides
15 reviews
"Vegetable lovers make the pilgrimage" to this corner of the 7th decorated with "understated elegance" (jacket required) to sample the "pristine" Haute Cuisine of chef-owner Alain Passard. — Zagat
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Saint-Germain-des-Pres
11 reviews
Glass, leather and wenge wood combine with African sculpture and works by some of the greatest names in contemporary art. — Michelin Guide
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Louvre / Palais-Royal
11 reviews
"This is what heaven must be" enthuse the admirers of these "sublime", "highly exciting" Haute Cuisine dishes. — Zagat
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Odeon / Saint-Michel
12 reviews
William Ledeuil’s passion for Southeast Asian travel shows in the feisty dishes he creates in his Michelin-starred glass-box kitchen. — Lonely Planet
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Les Halles
12 reviews
Dishes on the nightly tasting menu might include wok-fried langoustines with duck egg, lettuce cream, and yellow tomatoes and can be paired with wine or, in a unique twist, teas. — Departures
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Opera / Bourse
12 reviews
Grégory Marchand’s restaurant Frenchie has become legendary not just for the quality of its food, but for the almost superhuman effort required to secure a table in the tiny dining room. — Time Out
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Louvre / Palais-Royal
14 reviews
In the gardens of the Palais Royal, this luxurious Directoire-style restaurant has been a mecca for gourmets for over 200 years and is full of history! Inventive cuisine by Guy Martin. — Michelin Guide
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16th Arr. - Passy
7 reviews
Classic tiered chandeliers, Grecian columns, and a fireplace are juxtaposed with spare black and white Bernaudaud plates and a single flower on each table. — Travel + Leisure
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Champs-Élysées
9 reviews
Offers a seasonal menu of French cuisine prepared using traditional French methods with an element of modernity in the execution. — Travel + Leisure
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Tour Eiffel / Invalides
12 reviews
This Basque-style restaurant with a tavern-like interior is one of the most popular bistros in Paris: try to reserve a table about 10 days in advance. — DK Eyewitness
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Champs-Élysées
11 reviews
Pierre Gagnaire is one of the most original and artistic chefs in the world today... A visit to this sedate grey dining room is essential for intrepid gastronomes. — Insight Guides
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8th Arr. - Élysée
7 reviews
The bright dining room overlooking the garden boasts a restrained, distinguished elegance in which the glamour of the 18th shines forth. — Michelin Guide
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Tour Eiffel / Invalides
12 reviews
Of the three dining options on the Eiffel Tower, this is the most special, with an adventurous Alain Ducasse menu and stunning views from the second level. — Insight Guides
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Breweries
Bastille / Oberkampf
12 reviews
A relaxed atmosphere prevails in this lively traditional bistro. There is a wide choice of wines that are unusually categorised: thirsty wines, thinking wines... — Michelin Guide
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Quartier Latin
7 reviews
La Tour d'Argent has had a rocky time in recent years with the death of owner Claude Terrail, but chef Laurent Delarbre has found his footing, and there's no denying the splendor of the setting overlooking the Seine. — Fodor's
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