Chic and gastronomic Restaurants in Paris

Private dining at a gastronomic restaurant in Paris is an opportunity to mark any occasion by receiving your guests in a sophisticated setting.

Starred gastronomic restaurants: an extraordinary experience

Paris has an abundance of Michelin-starred restaurants. They will dazzle your colleagues and customers alike.
Situated in the heart of the Bois de Boulogne, the Pré Catelan has 3 stars in the famous guide. Inaugurated in 1856, this gastronomic restaurant today owes its success to the talented chef Frédéric Anton. 2 stars in the Michelin Guide, Le Clarence is just a stone's throw from the Champs-Elysées roundabout and has three private lounges for guaranteed privacy. For exceptional moments overlooking the Grand Palais. Overlooking the Seine and Notre-Dame, La Tour d’Argent is a landmark gastronomic institution in Paris, with a Michelin star. At the helm in the kitchen, chef Yannick Franques offers new recipes and revisits the culinary heritage of the Tour via emblematic dishes that have made it so famous. In the dining room, the service is impeccable and quite a spectacle. Renowned for its huge retractable roof, the restaurant Lasserre, with one star in the Michelin, invites you to dine under the Parisian sky. The light, comforting cuisine has been delighting gourmets for over 80 years. Situated in Rue Beethoven, near to Trocadéro, Ortensia, is a little 20-cover gem with 1 Michelin star. The chef Terumitsu Saito invites haute gastronomie enthusiasts to savour meticulously prepared dishes and passionately selected wines. A few steps from Paris City Hall, Benoit Paris is the only Parisian bistro with a star in the Michelin guide. Piloted by Alain Ducasse, this chic and convivial, typically Parisian bistro, offers generous bourgeois cuisine.

Bistronomy, another vision of tradition

When Parisian bistros meet French gastronomy…
Paris is packed with historic and gourmet addresses. A true temple to French literature, the Restaurant Drouant hosts the famous Goncourt and Renaudot awards ceremonies. The century-old establishment offers bistronomic cuisine by chef Thibault Nizard in a warm atmosphere, featuring a spectacular Ruhlmann staircase and private rooms. le Procope, founded in 1686 as the first café in Paris, (it became a brasserie in the 20th century), frequented by Rousseau, Diderot, Voltaire, and Robespierre, has kept the recipes that are emblematic of French gastronomy, such as tête de veau, coq au vin and braised cheeks of beef. In the heart of the Gare de Lyon, Le Train Bleu , a legendary Station buffet listed as a historic monument, is an essential Parisian stop-off with cuisine by Michel Rostang. Direction the 7th arrondissement to discover L’Escudella. This delightful restaurant tucked away amidst various ministries offers cuisine based on seasonal produce, dishes cooked to perfection with intense flavours. On the menu: pâté en croûte, chef Rémi Poulain's signature dish, or hay-smoked cod and chocolate soufflé. Finally, in the heart of the golden triangle, on the 6th floor of a Haussmann building, Le 39V is more than a restaurant, it is an atypical, gourmet, comfortable and welcoming haven. The cuisine of chef Frédéric Vardon is refined, authentic, and seasonal with a respect for French culinary traditions. An ode to gourmet pleasure.

Hotel restaurants, little gems to discover

Hotel restaurants are not just reserved for their clients. Don’t hesitate to step through their doors to discover true little gastronomic gems. And leave a lasting impression on your associates.
Situated right in the heart of the Montparnasse district, in the l’hôtel Niepce Paris Curio Collection by Hilton , the restaurant La Verrière Paris is ideal for your business lunches or dinners. The interior decor of the restaurant is contemporary and refined, and the large dining room is bathed in natural light via an impressive glass roof. Chef Kayori Hirano and her team invite diners on a culinary journey through reinvented flavours, flavours from Japan combined with the delicacy of French cuisine.
Enjoy a gastronomic experience at the l’Hôtel Lancaster 5 étoiles, at Monsieur Restaurant, an elegant setting where chef Sébastien Giroud proposes top-notch gastronomic cuisine. Drawing on his experience in other regions of France and restaurants, the chef offers local cuisine with a modern twist. Respecting the seasons, he advocates a reasoned approach to terroir, and likes to combine noble products with unexpected flavours.

Gastronomy on the Seine

A rendez-vous overlooking the Seine to enhance your business meals!
Ducasse sur Seine , a gourmet restaurant on the Seine, is as much a treat for the taste buds as it is for the eyes. As you cruise along the river, the view of the city is breathtaking. As for the food, the arguments are just as compelling: seasonal produce, intense flavours, a symphony of vintages ... 'modern Parisian cuisine inspired by nature', says Alain Ducasse.

A gourmet break at the museum

For a meeting that combines culture and good food, visit one of our museum restaurants ...
Les Ombres Quai Branly probably boasts one of the finest views of the capital and its most iconic monument, the Eiffel Tower. Designed by architect Jean Nouvel, this gourmet restaurant opens onto a panoramic terrace, a veritable hanging garden with Mediterranean plants. The cuisine at Les Ombres, by young chef Alexandre Sempere, is an innovative take on French haute cuisine, freely inspired by the Mediterranean.
Situated at the heart of Pavillon Dufour, the restaurant Ducasse au château de Versailles is a place in harmony with the times. Contemporary reinterpretations of historic decorative themes evoke the splendour of the Sun King. By day, discover a cafe accessible to all, and its healthy version of the sandwich with roast poultry, courgette, aubergine and basil. In the evening, let yourself be tempted by an exceptional menu, inspired by the Royal Court with contemporary flavours. The must: historic menus served in Marie-Antoinette's porcelain, exclusively reproduced.