Paris restaurant map locates the 30 best Paris restaurants in their categories: nouvelle cuisine, restaurants with a view, Art Nouveau restaurants and affordable restaurants. All are in central districts. We know these restaurants well, taste them regularly and love them. Restaurants change rapidly. Sometimes, a chef replaces another one and the restaurant is quite different. Restaurants disappear too. Only locals can make recommendations. Feedback if disappointed. Food in Paris.
La Tour d’Argent is one of the most famous restaurants in the world and the setting for scenes in the movie Ratatouille.
A restaurant of that name was there in 1780. The Terrail family bought the restaurant in 1912 and still runs it. La Tour d'Argent is on the fifth floor of a fine corner building on the river left bank. The dining room is glorious, looking out over the Seine and the skyline of Paris, with the cathedral of Notre Dame nearby. The view is one of the finest of any restaurant in the world. The wine list here is legendary, offering over 15,000 wines selections from a cellar of 450,000 bottles. Choose 105 euro set menu for lunch.
One of the world top fusion food restaurants. Our favorite Michelin 3 stars restaurant in Paris. Expensive. Go there for lunch and order the affordable menu 6 Balzac at 155 euros.
Pierre Gagnaire is one of the most famous French chefs. He is the Head Chef and owner of the Pierre Gagnaire restaurant. Gagnaire is an iconoclastic chef at the forefront of the fusion food movement. He began his career in Saint Etienne, a mid-size towm in France, and first won there three Michelin Stars.
Pierre Gagnaire changed the conventions of French cooking by introducing amazing juxtapositions of flavours, tastes, textures, and ingredients. Pierre Gagnaire gives his mission statement as the wish to run a restaurant which is 'facing tomorrow but respectful of yesterday'.
Mollard was founded in 1895 by Mr and Mrs Mollard opposite Saint-Lazare train station in the 8th arrondissement to serve wealthy passengers doing business in Paris. Mollard has a superb Art Nouveau decor, with large frescos in shades of green, blue and gold, beige and brown marble columns and ancient mosaics. Mollard was officially classified in the complementary list of historic monuments in 1989.
Mollard is a classical brasserie with fresh seafood and everything you could wish for an excellent meal. Choice of sea food is large: oysters, clams, mussels, sea urchin, crab, prawns, schrimps, craw fishs, sea snails. The choice of typmically French deserts is great too: Omelette Mollard flambee au Grand Marnier, Profiteroles, Creme brulee.
One of our favorite restaurants in town. We are regulars.
On the banks of the Seine river, overlooking Ile Saint Louis and Notre Dame, Cafe Louis Philippe is an affordable Paris restaurant with terrace. One of the cutest restaurants in town, Cafe Louis Philippe is what you imagine a Parisian bistro is: striped awnings topped with flower-laden window boxes, wrought iron lanterns, a bustling terrace and a forest of greenery offering a rare bit of privacy and seclusion.
Excellent two course set menu for lunch at 15 euros.
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