Restaurants in France
It is easy to overlook the converted fishing dock on the right bank, but inside is a restaurant tastefully done in wood, glass, and zinc, with an unbeatable view of the Place de la Bourse.
Freshly baked bread and traditional Corsican wild boar, served under a 150-year-old tree at the charming Hôtel Le Magnolia.
This popular eating spot is located in the Marché des Enfants Rouges, a bustling open-air market in the hip, less-touristed neighborhood of Le Marais. The market, the oldest in Paris, has been around since the early 1600's and features cheese-mongers, fresh produce, and vintners.
This tearoom occupies the former dining room (and terrace) of the splendid 19th-century Jacquemart-André Museum.
Situated within the tourist-site triumvirate of the Tuilieries, the Louvre, and the Palais Royal, Cibus offers upscale Italian dining in an atmosphere so warm and homey you'll find it hard to believe you're dining out. The interior space is tiny, seating no more than 16.
Owned by renowned French chef and restauranteur Joël Robuchon, L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon showcases the chef’s award-winning haute French cuisine. The restaurant, which opened in 2003, was designed by Pierre-Yves Rochon and is decked in Robuchon’s signature red and black.
The buckwheat crepes at Ti A Dreuz attain a rare level of delicacy and refinement.