HISTORIC PARIS RESTAURANT
For a romantic dinner or a business lunch, discover our selection of historic Paris restaurants.
A must-see historic Paris landmark, the Grande Cascade is a gourmet restaurant in a 19th century setting. The large building that now welcomes the most sophisticated food lovers once belonged to Napoleon III. Inside, the gilding and refinement make this restaurant a prestige venue for seasoned gourmets.
Just nearby, the Auberge du Bonheur is a French restaurant of great charm. It was once an off-shoot of the Grande Cascade, built by Napoleon III so he could rest before going hunting. Today, the Auberge du Bonheur has retained its authenticity in a rustic setting brimming with history.
Closer to the center, Chez Georges is one of the legendary brasseries of Paris’ 17th arrondissement. The originality of this historic restaurant comes from its 1926 décor. You can now taste French specialties such as leg of lamb carved at the table in this very elegant restaurant.
Finally the Royal Vendôme is ideal example of an historic and typically Parisian restaurant, whose last-century décor has remained unchanged. You can enjoy knife-chopped beef tartare and other house-made dishes sitting on the wide banquettes of yesteryear, a remnant of the Art Deco style once found in all authentic brasseries.