Eco-Friendly Guide to Paris, London and Stockholm
Pierre Henri Castets
Paris Green Guide: Where to Eat
A new addition to the city’s booming 13th Arrondissement, BioArt **** (dinner for two $100) serves an all-organic menu—risotto topped with shaved truffles; a terrine of diver scallops—in a design-forward space overlooking the Seine.
Live out the ultimate farm-to-table fantasy with a meal at chef Alain Passard’s Michelin three-starred Arpège **** (lunch for two $380). His menus incorporate the dozens of fruit, vegetable, and herb varieties grown on his farm—tilled by horses—southwest of Paris, and ingredients (Breton lobster; Chalon duck) from producers who share his passion for terroir.
**** Meets at least 90% of Greenopia’s criteria