GRAND RESTAURANT PARIS
Here are the grand restaurants, ideal for a romantic rendezvous or a business lunch at reasonable prices in an enjoyable setting. They include the Auberge du Bonheur and the Garnier Saint-Lazare, both worth choosing from our selection of the best restaurants in Paris.
And finally, the stylish brasseries where French people love to go for their warm, friendly atmosphere dating back to another age. Chez Georges and the Ballon des Ternes, two legendary Paris brasseries, are still much appreciated for their authentic decor and their menus of French specialties you can enjoy seated on wide banquettes.
From starred restaurants and fine tables to brasseries, discover our selection of great Paris restaurants.
|LA GRANDE CASCADE
In the heart of the Bois de Boulogne, the Grande Cascade is one of Paris’ great Michelin-starred restaurants. Built under Napoleon III, it is full of old-world charm with rooms of stylish, refined décor. On the menu, macaroni stuffed with celeriac with foie gras and black truffles is one of the house specialties.
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|L’AUBERGE DU BONHEUR
Much appreciated for its warm atmosphere, the Auberge du Bonheur is a grand restaurant located far from the madding Paris crowds. Its classic dishes include scallops à la plancha and prime rib of beef for two that can be enjoyed inside in the warm in winter or outside in the large garden in summer.
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|BALLON DES TERNES
Close to Porte Maillot, the Ballon des Ternes is a grand Paris restaurant listed in many guides. It offers a variety of dishes ranging from seafood platters to natural-cooked Landes foie gras. This beautifully decorated restaurant also has valet parking and is open seven days a week.
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In the center of Paris, the Garnier Saint-Lazare is one of the city’s grand seafood restaurants. The luxury-yacht setting with fine woodwork and furnishings evokes the stylish atmosphere of cruise liners. The dishes include sole meunière with crystallized lemons and cod with olive oil, two classics that perfectly match the shellfish on the menu.
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A legendary 17th arrondissement brasserie, Chez Georges features an authentic decor dating back to 1926. In the Art Deco interior, there is a large zinc bar, wooden tables and wide banquettes. The famous leg of lamb carved tableside with beans, and the Sunday roast chicken are among the most popular classics of this grand Paris restaurant.
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