In the heart of the Bois de Boulogne, La Grande Cascade is an unusual restaurant with a unique décor. This large building dates back to Napoleon III and has a refined atmosphere will appeal to all lovers of historic sites.
Not far away, the Auberge du Bonheur is unusual for its rather exotic and rustic atmosphere. You can relax here and enjoy good food served by the fireplace in winter or on the large garden terrace in summer.
More unusual still, are the Bellagio Pizza Bar and Ballon et Coquillages restaurants that serve their guests seated round circular bars. This out-of-the-ordinary idea offers an ideal way to give your guests a nice surprise.
With their original decor and exceptional settings, discover our selection of unusual Paris restaurants.
|LA GRANDE CASCADE
Hidden away in the Bois de Boulogne, the Grande Cascade is an unusual restaurant rewarded with a Michelin star. The ceiling and the refined decoration of the building dating back to Napoleon III make this gourmet restaurant a popular venue for large events and business lunches. Don’t miss the macaroni stuffed with celeriac with truffles and foie gras, the much-proclaimed house specialty.
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|L’AUBERGE DU BONHEUR
Near the Jardin d’Acclimatation and the Tir aux Pigeons club, the Auberge du Bonheur offers an ideal mix of beautiful scenery and proximity to the capital. The menu features a variety of the most delicious French specialties: prime rib of beef for two, slow-cooked leg of lamb, and desserts such as strawberry shortcake with a light cream.
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|BELLAGIO PIZZA BAR
An off-shoot of the Bellagio, this Pizza bar offers pizzas and risottos you can eat sitting round a circular bar. When the weather permits, the beautiful terrace overlooking the Avenue des Ternes is a delightful asset. A special mention for the desserts, including the famous house-made tiramisu.
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|BALLON ET COQUILLAGES
An off-shoot of the Ballon des Ternes, the Ballon et Coquillages is an unusual Paris restaurant. Here the tables are replaced by a large circular bar where you eat side-by-side in a friendly atmosphere. There’s a large selection of seafood on the menu, from oysters, clams, and whelks to crab and prawns.
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