RESTAURANTS APPEARING IN GUIDES
A leading entry in Paris restaurant guides, the Ballon des Ternes is an authentically charming brasserie in the 17th arrondissement. Its combination of French culinary specialties and Art Deco atmosphere make it popular for business lunches, romantic dinners and meals with friends.
Not far away, you will find the Ballon et Coquillages. This off-shoot of the Ballon des Ternes is an original little restaurant that serves a variety of seafood eaten sitting around a circular bar.
Known for carving your leg of lamb at your table, Chez Georges features widely in restaurant guides. Close to Porte Maillot, this legendary brasserie combines class with convenience, making it ideal for a business meal or private dining.
Near the famous square of the same name, the Royal Vendôme is an authentic Parisian brasserie, often recommended in Paris restaurant guides. What makes it special? A winning combination of affordable prices, generous portions and a winning location in the heart of the capital.
An excellent Italian restaurant in Paris, the Bellagio is situated on the Avenue des Ternes. Its Venetian style and tempting menu of Italian dishes are highly popular with businessmen at lunchtime and couples in the evening.
For those wishing to discover the distinct flavors of the Bellagio in an original setting, the Bellagio Pizza Bar is just a few steps away. It shares the same concept as the Ballon des Ternes, offering a variety of crispy pizzas eaten round a circular bar in a friendly atmosphere.
Exotic and full of charm, the Auberge du Bonheur is a traditional French restaurant located in the heart of the Bois de Boulogne. In winter, you can enjoy hearty dishes by the fire.
Discover our selection of tables listed in Paris restaurant guides.
Brasseries in restaurant guides
|BALLON DES TERNES
Located on the Avenue des Ternes, the Ballon des Ternes is a traditional French brasserie. Many restaurant guides list it as one of the best in the 17th arrondissement. The menu includes seafood and quality meats, including its famous prime rib of beef for two.
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A legendary 17th arrondissement brasserie, Chez Georges is close to the Palais des Congrès and Porte Maillot. You can eat the famous roast leg of lamb carved tableside or the Sunday roast chicken, two dishes that have won praise from Paris restaurant guides.
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In the heart of the capital, the Royal Vendôme is an authentic brasserie serving French specialties. The Belle Époque setting and generous house-made dishes make the Royal Vendôme one of the most popular restaurants in Paris guides. It features a varied menu at moderate prices that taking nothing away from the quality of the meal.
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|BELLAGIO PIZZA BAR
An off-shoot of the Bellagio, this Pizza bar is an unusual Paris restaurant. You eat the pizzas round a circular table in a friendly atmosphere. The menu features such classics as margherita and regina pizzas as well as more sophisticated recipes such as the tartuffo, topped with white truffle cream.
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|BALLON ET COQUILLAGES
Just like the Bellagio Pizza Bar, the Ballon et Coquillages invites you to eat seafood seated round a circular bar. The menu includes a wide variety of shellfish including oysters, whelks, clams, shrimps and crab, accompanied by beautiful wines.
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Les resataurants présents dans les guides
Listed in Paris restaurant guides, the Bellagio is the ideal address for everyone who likes Italian cuisine. You can eat pizzas, pastas and risottos in the friendly atmosphere of a typically Venetian decor. For dessert, go for the house-made tiramisu – the chef’s secret recipe!
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For seafood lovers, Garnier is a leading fish restaurant. In a luxury-yacht setting, you can enjoy seafood specialties such as sole meunière and wild turbot. A wide variety of shellfish can also be ordered either individually or on a large platter.
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|L’AUBERGE DU BONHEUR
Restaurant guides appreciate the Auberge du Bonheur for its unusual natural setting and authentic charm. Tucked away in the Bois de Boulogne, this French specialty house is ideal for a moment’s escape from the Paris bustle. In summer, its large flower garden makes a perfect spot for lovers of nature and good food.
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|LA GRANDE CASCADE
A Michelin-starred restaurant, La Grande Cascade is naturally listed in Paris restaurant guides. The historic decor and haute cuisine served to the guests are all part of the magic of the place, which dates back to Napoleon III in the mid-19th century. In summer, there’s a large open terrace where you can enjoy a fine meal on fine days.
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