PARIS 17TH ARRONDISSEMENT RESTAURANT
The 17th arrondissement is an ideal neighborhood for relaxing during the week or at weekends. The Park des Batignolles with its many varieties of plants and beautiful pond is ideal for a peaceful family break.
Close by, the Ternes neighborhood offers two different advantages. The stores along the Avenue des Ternes attract tourists and families who come to window shop, while the many embassies and the convention center make it a popular venue for businesspeople.
The 17th arrondissement also has plenty of restaurants, perfect for a business lunch or a meal with friends. Among them, the Ballon des Ternes is a popular restaurant listed in the guides offering French specialties in a typical Parisian setting. Located close to the Porte Maillot, Chez Georges is a 17th arrondissement restaurant that serves traditional cuisine in an Art Deco setting. The tableside leg of lamb is a house specialty, along with the roast chicken served on weekends.
For lovers of Italian savors, the Bellagio is an ideal spot. Located on the Avenue des Ternes, this 17th arrondissement Paris restaurant serves up all the classic Italian dishes from pizzas and pastas to risottos.
For those who want a unique restaurant in the 17th arrondissement, here are two names to note: the Ballon et Coquillages, specializing in seafood, and the Bellagio Pizza Bar, which serves classic Italian pizzas. They both offer meals round a circular bar where you can have a good time with friends or colleagues.
From traditional brasseries to classy or off-beat restaurants: discover our selection of restaurants in Paris’ 17th arrondissement.
|BALLON DES TERNES
Located in the 17th arrondissement of Paris, the Ballon des Ternes is a French restaurant serving traditional cuisine. A platter of seafood, salt pork with lentils, and a prime rib of beef for two are the menu’s classics. Don’t miss the Belle Époque décor with the stained glass, zinc bar and large leather banquettes.
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A characteristic 17th arrondissement brasserie, Chez Georges serves French cuisine. Its signature dish is the leg of lamb carved tableside. You will also enjoy the Art Deco style of the restaurant, with its big mirrors and large velvet banquettes that offer a perfect setting for a business lunch or romantic dinner.
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|BALLON ET COQUILLAGES
For a casual business meal or a cozy dinner for two, the Ballon et Coquillages is ideal. This shellfish bar has a variety of seafood on the menu. And unusually, this 17th arrondissement restaurant features a circular bar in an original but friendly atmosphere.
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For excellent Italian food, the Bellagio is the right place to come. Located in the 17th arrondissement, this trattoria type restaurant offers such traditional dishes as pastas, pizzas and risottos. For dessert, the house-made tiramisu and melting panna cotta take you straight back to the bel paese.
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|BELLAGIO PIZZA BAR
An off-shoot of the Bellagio, this Pizza Bar offers the same variety of dishes as its neighbor. What makes this restaurant original, though, is the setting as much as the food. You can eat your pizzas and other Italian recipes sitting round a circular bar – perfect for a friendly yet out-of-the-ordinary meal.
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