The Parisian dining scene is unlike any other in the world. In the best restaurants in Paris, exquisite French cuisine is paired with luxury dining rooms. If you’re planning to visit Maison et Objet, don’t miss the chance to indulge in some of the most exclusive luxury restaurants that the city of lights has to offer. Modern Dining Tables presents you the city’s top 5 gourmet establishments.
Restaurant Guy Savoy
It would be a crime not to place Restaurant Guy Savoy at the top of this list, especially since it’s been recently acclaimed as the “best restaurant in the world” by La Liste for the second year running. The chef, who trained superstar chef Gordon Ramsay, owns this modern restaurant located on the Left Bank of the River Seine.
11 quai de Conti,
Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athenée
Alain Ducasse’s most ambitious project to date, this three-Michelin-starred restaurant takes an architectural approach to fine dining. Finely molded dove-colored walls in the traditional style are complemented by a modern interior design with the table settings and furniture having a splash of orange. The dining room design is illuminated by an monumental chandelier of delicate crystals suspended on invisible strings.
This is a triple-Michelin-starred restaurant characterised by white tablecloths, immaculate service, marble floor, country-chic decor, and culinary muscle to prove it. The dining room is vast and widely spaced—the best tables are those in front of the window that overlooks Le Bristol hotel’s interior garden. Music is hushed, as are conversations, which allows you to focus on a meal experience that borders on religious. Lean into the fussy Frenchiness of it for the real French cuisine experience. But expect to forget about the luxury dining room decor once Eric Frechon’s first dish is placed before you.
112 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré,
The perfect place to elevate a luxury lifestyle, this extravagant two-Michelin-starred luxury restaurant serves world-class classic European cuisine in an elegant and harmonious white and silver setting. Wines and champagnes are kept in a specially created wine cellar opening onto the dining room, while a special chef’s table in the kitchen allows guests a closer view of what’s going on.
228 Rue de Rivoli,
La Nouvelle Seine
After spending the day exploring the world of interior design at Maison et Objet, what better way to end the day than to combine breathtaking views of the city of lights and fine cuisine at La Nouvelle Seine.