A selection of intimate venues for your business meals

Business meals are often the occasion for important conversations. To ensure the confidentiality of your discussions, away from prying ears and out of sight, here is a selection of intimate venues for your business meals...

Peace and quiet in small hotels


A bustling, dynamic city, Paris also has plenty of peaceful havens. Opt for a quiet business meal in the restaurant of a small, charming hotel...

Situated in the Hotel Le 5 Particulier, Casetta offers a refined, friendly setting, ideal for simple, yet discreet, business discussions. In the Bowmann hotel, in the heart of Paris's 8th arrondissement, le Restaurant 99 plunges you into a Haussmann-style world that's uniquely Parisian. Its library, bar and marble fireplace make it a confidential place, as does the patio tucked away between Haussmann buildings and brick walls. Part of the Hôtel Renaissance Arc de Triomphe, the Solís Bar & Restaurant welcomes you in a hushed, colourful atmosphere. Far from the hustle and bustle of Avenue de Wagram in a green setting, your business meals will feel like a Mediterranean getaway. Restaurant Edith , a modern bistro on the first floor of the hôtel Padam, is an elegant and intimate address just a stone's throw from the Champs-Élysées, right in the heart of the Golden Triangle. Its large bay windows, warm atmosphere and top-quality cuisine by chef Guillaume Dunos make it an absolute must. Last but not least, in the heart of the Batignolles district, the Paris J'Adore Hôtel & Spa is home to the Restaurant J'adore ! ! with its cosy, intimate atmosphere.

Discreet dining in a gastronomic restaurant


Discretion, refinement, attention to detail ... restaurants gastronomiques are the perfect choice for all your business meals.
On the 1st floor of the Pavillon Dufour, the establishment Ducasse au château de Versailles invites guests to take a step back into royal history, with refined contemporary cuisine inspired by the 17th century. The 500 m² restaurant, with its breathtaking view of the Château de Versailles, has two dining rooms and three smaller private rooms (for 2 people or more) …
Prestigious adresses on the Champs-Élysées, the Le Clarence and Lasserre restaurants boast 2 and 1 Michelin star respectively. Come and enjoy classic, cutting-edge and delicate cuisine in one of their flexible private dining rooms, for 2 people or more. A unique opportunity to offer an exceptional setting for your business meals.
A temple to French literature, Restaurant Drouant is the venue for the famous Prix Goncourt and Prix Renaudot awards. The century-old establishment offers bistronomic cuisine by chef Thibault Nizard in a warm atmosphere, with its spectacular Ruhlmann staircase and emblematic private rooms full of history (from 3 to 40 guests).
Paris's first café, founded in 1686 and turned into a brasserie in the 20th century, Le Procope, once frequented by Rousseau, Diderot, Voltaire and Robespierre, offers 6 private rooms (from 12 people). At the heart of the Gare de Lyon, Le Train Bleu, listed as a historic monument, is a popular Parisian place for business travellers in search of an unusual, confidential setting and refined, high-quality cuisine.
A few steps from the Musée d'Orsay, Le Poulpry is a gourmet restaurant housed in an 18th-century mansion, with service worthy of the finest Parisian restaurants. A hushed atmosphere and discretion guaranteed.

Enjoy a private lounge in a Parisian brasserie


Situated in the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, the restaurant Allard is one of the last true bistros in Paris. Taken over by Alain Ducasse in 2013, the place has retained its character and personality, while keeping up with modern times. Its 40 m² private dining room can accommodate up to 35 guests. The first establishment to offer continuous service and all-night opening, since its opening in 1947, the Pied de Cochon offers a convivial atmosphere around traditional French cuisine, to enjoy with colleagues in one of its three private dining rooms. At Bofinger, one of the lovelies brasseries in Paris, get together with your colleagues over a famous 'Bofinger sauerkraut' in one of our private rooms on the second floor. Each room can be equipped with specific equipment (projector screen, paperboard, etc.). In the Chinese district, Le Le B.A-BA offers a menu that changes with the seasons, from street food to original dishes with international variations, all in a stylish, relaxed atmosphere. And just a stone's throw from the Opéra-Comique, thecentury-old restaurant Les Noces de Jeannette proposes ‘ Les Salons de Jeannette ’, private spaces from 20 people for all your corporate events. Head to the Opéra Garnier to discover or rediscover Café de la Paix, one of the best-known Parisian addresses in the world. This historic establishment is the promise of a prestigious setting and unforgettable memories for your guests. Redecorated by Laura Gonzales, Le Petit Victor Hugo will immerse your colleagues in a hushed, colorful and contemporary atmosphere, as they enjoy refined dishes featuring fish and seafood.

In the intimacy of trendy restaurants


The capital's trendy restaurants, where you often encounter celebrities, have mastered the art of discretion to perfection. They are the ideal setting for festive, confidential business dinners.
A few steps from Place de la Bastille, Le Pachamama is a Parisian dinner club that will take you to South America. Choose the semi-private Mama Dining Room (for up to 28 guests) or the Patio with its spectacular plant wall (for up to 60 guests) for more privacy.
A must-see since its creation in 1996, the Buddha Bar is sure to win you over with its atypical decor, Pacific Rim cuisine and sculpted alcoves encircling the mezzanine, as well as its hidden bar, Secret 8. At Alcazar, a legendary Parisian nightclub converted into a restaurant, you can enjoy the artistic atmosphere from the private reception room on the first floor, overlooking the interior garden. Ideal for seeing without being seen …
Since 1899, Le Fouquet’s Paris has represented a subtle blend of refinement and glamour. The entrance sets the tone, paved with plaques in honour of famous actors, reminding us that here we walk in the footsteps of film stars. The small historic lounges Louis Delluc and Joyce (2 to 12 people) are perfect spaces for business lunches away from prying eyes.
Voted, the best Italian restaurant in Paris, at Epoca you'll be able to immerse yourself in the glamorous atmosphere of the era, while still remaining perfectly private due to a small seating capacity (up to 45 guests).
If you want to escape Paris for just a moment, Restaurant Laïa is a great choice. It offers a cosmopolitan taste experience, fusing the flavours of southern France, Spain and Italy.
A real break for your business meals (up to 90 guests). For something a little more plant-based, opt for Sapid! A refectory serving plant-based cuisine from producers and artisans. The menu is 95% plant-based, using fresh produce with original flavours (up to 52 guests).

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