Convivial business meals with a French flair

Business meals are the perfect opportunity to introduce your professional entourage to French gastronomy. From brasseries to bistros and classic restaurants, Paris is undoubtedly the capital of all traditions and all regions!

An unmissable experience in a big Parisian brasseries


Brasseries are typically Parisian restaurants and should not be missed for business customers. With continuous service, exceptional decor, French specialties, historical heritage ... the spirit of Parisian brasseries is second to none.

The famous Avenue des Champs-Élysées owes its charm to timeless brasseries, such as Le Fouquet’s Paris, renowned for its menu designed by Chef Pierre Gagnaire, who brilliantly revisits the classics of French gastronomy. L’Alsace also welcomes you on the world's most beautiful avenue. It's the place to go for Strasbourg sauerkraut, just like Bofinger, one of Paris's top brasseries, which has made ‘Bofinger sauerkraut’ or Kouglof flambéed pain perdu, its signature specialties. Pied de Cochon was the first restaurant to offer continuous service and late-night opening, as soon as it opened in 1947, and it continues to maintain a convivial atmosphere with traditional French cuisine, including Pied de Cochon stuffed Périgourdine-style, Temptation Saint-Antoine, and Eric Ospital's Ibaiama double pork chop to share. Head to the Brasserie Sébillon in Neuilly to savour the house specialty: the famous Allaiton leg of lamb from Aveyron, one of the best in Paris, sliced in front of you and served with delicious, tender lingot beans. A listed Art Deco brasserie, La Coupole embodies the history of Montparnasse. La Coupole's Chef serves French cuisine, with essential dishes from the great Parisian Brasseries, as well as La Coupole's famous Indian lamb curry since 1927. On Place de Clichy, the Wepler is also an institution and a gathering place for the young generation of cinema and literature. Paris's leading oyster house, the brasserie is a connoisseur's delight. Au Cadet de Gascogne is a must for visitors to Montmartre's Place du Tertre, perfect for discovering the DNA of Parisian brasserie cuisine. With its prime location close to the Opéra Garnier, the Grands Magasins and the Grand Rex, Le Grand Café Capucines is the ideal place for your business lunches or dinners. Completely renovated, it's the new neighbourhood brasserie where you can enjoy oysters, Parisian-style lobster, and seafood platters with colleagues. Equally legendary, Bouillon Chartier Grands Boulevards has made a name for itself with traditional cuisine at affordable prices, around 10 euros a dish! Like its sister restaurant, the Bouillon Chartier Gare de l'Est is for you if you're looking for a place with a friendly atmosphere and a varied menu at low prices! Near the Bourse de Paris, Brasserie Le Vaudeville caters to your every whim, from breakfast, lunch and dinner to aperitif cocktails and specialties to share: oyster bar, foie gras, snails, etc.

Situated at Porte Maillot, the Auberge Dab offers a hearty menu featuring market-fresh cuisine, meats from the finest sources, deliciously fresh fish, well-prepared dishes, and a range of mouth-watering desserts. Le Congrès Maillot, and Le Congrès Auteuil propose a special ‘Club Affaires’ (business club) menu offering unbeatable value for money. Strategically located opposite Gare de Lyon and Gare Saint-Lazare respectively, the famous brasseries L’Européen and Brasserie Mollard are very popular with business travellers passing through the capital.
Situated in central Paris, Sacré Frenchy ! ! is a traditional neo-brasserie with a rotisserie, serving the finest free-range chicken, beef ribs and XXL ribs. From Thursday to Saturday evenings, festive dinners are held in the piano bar. Finally, Feuille de Chou, the Mob House's organic French brasserie, applies its philosophy to its food, offering an opportunity to talk ecology while negotiating a contract.

Simple and authentic, Parisian bistros


Simple and authentic, Parisian bistros offer a unique and typically Parisian setting for your business meals.

The word Bistro originated at La Mère Catherine, on Place du Tertre, in Montmartre, in 1793 … an anecdote that will delight your guests! This popular restaurant has lost none of its charm, traditions …
Just off the Champs-Élysées, Chez André is the dream meeting place for business people, the world of luxury, fashion and the media, and has updated childhood favourites. Head over towards the Louvre Museum to impress your colleagues at Bistrot Benoît, situated under the Pyramid, where chef Kelly Jolivet has added just the right touch of creativity to the great classics of bistro cuisine.
In the 7th arrondissement, Au Petit Tonneau is a firm favourite with all those who appreciate traditional, generous French cuisine, like the fictional French police detective, created by Georges Simenon… A few steps from Notre-Dame cathedral, La Rôtisserie d’Argent, an offshoot of the Tour d’Argent, serves one of the best roast chicken dishes in Paris! Chic yet affordable, this Parisian bistro offers you the opportunity to taste wines from the famous wine cellars of the Tour d'Argent.

A historic literary café in Paris, Les Deux Magots is all about a unique spirit. When you host a business meal here, you'll discover an atmosphere of freedom and creativity... and a snack and restaurant menu focusing on seasonal products and recipes.
On Place de l’Opéra, the Café de la Paix too is an institution at the very heart of the Parisian art and culture scene. On the menu, you'll find culinary favourites revisited with finesse: foie gras, tartare, sole or onion gratinée.
Right in the heart of the 2nd arrondissement, Aux Lyonnais offers a talented and imaginative take on updated Lyonnais cuisine. This historic Lyonnais bouchon has been taken over by Alain Ducasse, as has Allard, one of the capital's last true bistros, which retains the spirit of its founder, Marthe Allard, a Burgundian peasant who moved to Paris with her family recipes. The Fernande Allard-style frogs' legs will create a sensation at your table! Nestled in the 15th arrondissement of Paris, Le Café du Commerce, offers a warm and lively atmosphere. A former bouillon with a vintage design, it seduces with its classic decor, traditional French dishes at affordable prices and a varied clientele, transporting every visitor to the timeless essence of Parisian life.

So french, traditionnal restaurants


Invite your business associates to discover or rediscover traditional French cuisine that's unique in the world.

Situated opposite the Philharmonie, Au Bœuf Couronné is the perfect place for meat lovers. Completely renovated in 2016, this restaurant recalls the Paris of yesteryear and offers 12 different cuts of beef, as well as brasserie classics such as calf's head and kidneys. From spring onwards, the terrace, with its plant-covered wall and sheltered from the hustle and bustle of the street, welcomes your business lunches and dinners. La Bonne Franquette, a 16th-century house in the heart of old Montmartre, is a restaurant that offers a change of scene with its typical atmosphere, village atmosphere and famous French cancan. Don't miss the house specialty: beef estouffade with carrots and honey.
The Café Louise, located in the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, is the ideal place to enjoy French specialties according to the season. Practical resources include TV, paper board, overhead projector, Internet, microphone, Wi-Fi, and karaoke.
Just a few steps from the Opéra-Comique, the century-old Les Noces de Jeannette restaurant delights diners with its unpretentious, high-quality cuisine and impressive wine list ... an oenological Tour de France.
Finally, lovers of regional specialties will appreciate the atypical and regional worlds of Maria Belza, an ode to the cuisine of the Basque Country, and the Crêperie Armorix, which treats diners to a variety of galettes, including gluten-free ones, in a lively and offbeat environment.

The great Parisian brasseries

Parisian bistros

Classic restaurants