These are the most luxurious places you can have a meal during Maison et Objet in September!
The search for a good restaurant is never complete in a city like Paris. Before/during/after Maison et Objet 2018, get on a journey to have a Fine Dining Experience In Paris. Here you will be able to find inspirations with some suggestions of Luxury Restaurants to go to the city of lights and love.
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We are already in Paris, one of the biggest capitals in Europe, so the variety of places to eat in is huge. They have since French Cuisine to Haute Cuisine. But let’s start with the French Cuisine, shall we?
French Fine Cuisine – L’Abeille
L’Abeille is Shangri-La Hotel, Paris’ French fine dining restaurant. Named in homage to Napoleon’s favorite emblem, the bee, their French gastronomic restaurant, L’Abeille, offers sophisticated cuisine in an enchanting atmosphere. Located next to the garden, it promises to reveal new emotions in aesthetics and flavors, through hallmarks of culinary excellence including exceptional products and techniques.
Attention has been paid to the minutest details of the interior design, stylish and minimal, and to the unique and fabulous tableware. Its lighting design and the combination of all decor reminds us of an unequaled vintage style.
Bistro – La Table d’Eugène
A cuisine where seasonal products have of course the leading role, while spices, vegetables, herbs, and condiments uncompromisingly claim the hand of Chef Geoffroy Maillard and his second Francois Vaudeschamps. This is a place full of passionate people who demonstrate every day, as Alain Chapel said, “cooking is more than just recipes”.
Named for Parisian novelist Eugène Sue, the gourmet cuisine at La Table d’Eugène is amazing. The interior design is, admittedly, charming, but the men behind the scenes – Geoffroy Maillard and François Vaudeschamps – are both talented and driven. They cook up some magnificent food using simple flavors, all skilfully assembled and beautifully presented.
Italian Cuisine – L’Altro
L’Altro offers a spontaneous Italian cuisine that moves with the time without forgetting the “nonna’s touch of authenticity”.
Situated at Saint-Germain in the 6th district, L’Altro is an Italian restaurant which combines the best of Milan and New York: black beams, waxed concrete, industrial lampshades and mirrors worthy of Gio Ponti! Enticing and original dishes are prepared in a kitchen that opens out onto the dining room. Easygoing, attentive and friendly service.
Seafood – Axuria
Located in the 15th district, Axuria, formerly La Chaumière. The decor represents contemporary design and the materials used are natural, even the lighting design, which is based around an eco-concept by Mounia. The talented chef-proprietor Oliver Amestoy creates sumptuous cuisine that pays tribute to the ocean, and high-quality seafood is a featured favorite in Paris.
Fun and Trendy – Môm
Good news for fans of fun and trendy restaurants! Are you in Paris city already? Etienne Lefebvre opened this all-new restaurant-bar-lounge with an original look between Place de l’Etoile and Porte Maillot in the 17th district. An intimate setting where the entertainment is provided by DJs three nights of the week, and where you can enjoy Nicolas Guillard’s delicious neo-retro cuisine.
The combination between Tom Dixon Pendants and Vita Lamps transform this restaurant into an iconic Project Lighting in Paris. And the best part? Here you can find some of the brands that are going to make an appearance at Maison et Objet 2018.
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