Next week, at 18th January starts Maison et Objet, where professionals from five continents are defining the next trends of the market of furniture and decor. While you are in Paris for the fair, Boca do Lobo suggests a list of the most exclusive restaurants at the French capital. Make your reservation and we will meet here!
Le Jules Verne at the Eiffel Tower is at the top of the list. This famous restaurant is an icon of French cuisine and blends traditionalism with the news in gastronomy. And besides the amazing view of Paris, the property also gives a show when the subject is interior design.
Le China is the most exclusive restaurant in the city for those who want a livelier night. The bar has a rock n ‘roll look, but without losing the class, there are concerts with the more trendy musicians of Paris.
The restaurant features a menu with options that brings Chinese, Thai and Vietnamese cuisine, and the decor is simply amazing, with modern elements that recall the NY pubs without leaving behind the elegance of city of light.
Those ones who are looking for a softer program, to enjoy a seafood meal and chat with friends, can not forget to meet Huitrerie Regis.
The restaurant’s specialty is oysters and the clean decor and cozy space promising a program that appeals to all the senses.
Café de la Paix is the most glamorous coffee shop of the city of light. With 150 years of tradition, the Café de la Paix retraces perfectly whole class of the most charming capital of the world.
The environment retraces the great classics of cinema and the tip is to try the dessert made especially for the commemoration of the place’s 150th anniversary.
Finally, it is clear that we can not leave Paris without knowing Alain Ducasse, where the tables are always adorned with thousands of crystals, and the service is always excellent – the best in Paris, some say. The wine list is unbelievable, including wines from thousands of different grapes.
Many classics of French cuisine were conceived of here, or redesigned, for instance asparagus with sauce “Maltaise”, or the unbeatable lobster “thermidor”. The menu here is a synthesis of 19th and 21st century French cuisine, with all dishes being slight redesigns of “reliable” French classics.