International Travel — Europe
Paris Restaurants & Cafes
Culinary Capital of the World
Paris, the Culinary Capital of the World, is renowned
for its gourmet French cuisine, Cordon Bleu Chefs, and its delectable
selection of cheeses and fine wines.
Paris also has an abundance of cozy neighborhood
bistros and bustling brasseries. And you
can't beat the Parisian cafés —
fun people-watching too. Bon Appetit!
Time and Book a Paris Restaurant Reservations using OpenTable
"Al Fresco" Dining
Paris is a terrific place to enjoy dining outdoors on a patio or terrace.
Be sure to include this request when making your reservations.
Whether it's a special occasion, an opportunity for friends to catch up, or
a pleasant start to a lazy weekend day, Sunday brunch is a meal for relaxation
and good company. Visit your favorite brunch spot this Sunday!
Michelin Star Recipients
Congratulations to the Paris restaurants which were awarded Michelin stars
in the MICHELIN guide for Paris.
Paris Nightlife Restaurants
Whether it's the hippest lounge, a special menu served into the late hours,
or another unique nightlife feature, you'll enjoy much more than just dinner
at Paris-area restaurants.
Fun Paris Cafes
Cafe de Flore
Cafe de la Paix
Les Deux Magots
Berthillon at Ile St. Louis
(the best ice-cream in Paris!)
Alain Passard's L'Arpège
58 Tour Eiffel @ Eiffel
Bound - 33-1-53-67-84
(Golden Triangle, Right Bank)
Citrus Etoile - Hot
Paris Restaurant caters to Right Bank celebrities & politicians
Gaya Rive Gauche - very popular seafood restaurant; book well in advance
La Tour D'Argent
Le Bistrot d'Henri
Le Comptoir du Relais - Hot eatery nr St.-Germain-des-Pres,
Le Grand Véfour
Le Jules Verne — Eiffel
Le Pré Catalan
Le Train Bleu
Maitre de Pierre
Anthéné (Alain Ducasse)
Restaurant Guy Savoy
Sardegna a Tavola
Senderenes — 33-1-42-65-22-90
Spoon, Food & Wine
Restaurants & Cafes
Paris Convention & Visitors
Restaurants marked with a symbol are those we've reviewed. Those without a
symbol restaurants we've dined at and not yet reviewed, or those
been highly recommended by
other reviewers, business associates or friends are
linked directly to their web sites.
Most of the reviewed restaurants
are rated Three and Four Stars we tend not to publish
of poor dining experiences...we prefer to focus on the positive ones. We find
out about restaurants through word-of-mouth, friends, our readers, web sites,
clients, newspapers, magazines, and radio shows. Our reviews are unsolicited
and free from the influence of advertising.
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