If you’re heading over to Paris for a long weekend, check out these top tables in the French capital as recommended by Bruno Le Gac, our leading gastro connoisseur and Resident Manager at Constance Belle Mare Plage.
A young and very creative chef has quickly become the talk of the town. New kid on the block Kei Kobayashi, Japanese chef with top training in France, has opened a remarkable table which is getting more successful by the day.
Cuisine superstar Jean-Franèºois Piège is hotter than ever with his restaurant located on the first floor of his brasserie Thoumieux. So sought after – you’ll be lucky to get a table.
3. Le Chateaubriand
Since Iè▒aki Aispitarte at Le Chateaubriand was voted one of the top restaurants in France, he unplugged his phone… Every single American coming to Paris wants to book. Hotel concierges don’t even bother to call any more. Just go there and check if a seat is available. If you are (very) lucky, you’ll get the ultimate creative-on beat bistro experience.
4. Bristol and Mini Palais
Masterchef 3 Michelin stars Eric Frechon at Bristol is as the top of his game. And don’t miss his second restaurant: Mini Palais.
Last but not least, Chef Eric Briffard at restaurant Le Cinq in George V is doing amazing things. A dinner there, welcomed by master sommelier Eric Beaumard, is a pleasure that will last in your memory for a long time.
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