Posts tagged Eat
Loulou

Lunch with a view at the Louvre? In Paris everything is possible. Boasting a unique and privileged location on one of the busiest streets in the capital — Rue de Rivoli — at the intersection where grand hotels, luxury boutiques and museums meet, this restaurant at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs is an urban sanctuary at the very heart of Parisian life. 

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Lavomatic

Long live Fridays. For those who want to shake it up with something a little different this weekend, check out this tiny hotspot — tucked discreetly up above a (real) laundromat on Boulanger Street, near République in Paris’ hipster 10eme district.

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Fulgurances

Part revolving-door restaurant, part event agency and born from a chic gastronomy-focused lifestyle magazine which makes you want to dive into its delectable pages and exquisite photography — this dynamic imagining ticks all the boxes.

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Nous Valmy

Perched on the shady, tree-lined banks of the Canal Saint-Martin, this trendy little café offers “home cooking made only with quality products”, and a charming spot for no-nonsense, al-fresco lunches inspired by the Middle East and the Mediterranean. Perfect for shooting the breeze on hot summer days — complete with great, friendly service and a cosy ambience.

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Le Royal Monceau

A historic landmark reimagined for the modern day, a showcase for contemporary art, and regarded as “a rendez-vous for artists and bold spirits who are not afraid of their own era”, Le Royal Monceau is, at once, an elegant combination of boutique museum meets Grand Dame — with  a certain ‘je-ne-sais-quoi’. Hello Paris.

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Monsieur Bleu

They have often made this strange and penetrating dream .... An elegant, charming and cultured gentleman who knew how to make himself available every day and often very late at night… A gentleman who worked, exhibited, cooked, sang and sometimes even danced ...

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Uma Nota Paris

Combining Japanese techniques with fresh Brazilian ingredients, this vibrant restaurant located in a former 19th-century department store, in the neighbourhood of Réaumur offers a colourful mix São Paulo flavours in bright and fresh setting.

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Toraya

Founded in the latter days of the Muromachi Period, and boasting a rich history spanning five centuries, Toraya has been introducing Parisians to wagashi (traditional Japanese confections) since 1980, bringing one of the Kyoto’s oldest traditions to France.

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Le Train Bleu

To step into this iconic restaurant through the Gare de Lyon is to enter a place where time stops; where diners are taken on an incredible gastronomic  journey of discovery through the most beautiful regions in France, and where the décor is just as magnificent as the food.

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Karamel

This pretty little tea room located at rue Saint-Dominique, in an upscale neighborhood of Paris near the Invalides has made its name by elevating one ingredient above all the rest – and doing it right. Yep, you guessed it – sweet, delicious, sticky – caramel.

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Pink Mamma

The sixth culinary wonder, from Paris entrepreneurs and Big Mamma fathers Victor Lugger and Tigrane Seydoux, is Pink Mamma – and she doesn’t disappoint. This latest restaurant from the Big Mamma Group franchise follows the successes of foodie hits such as Ober Mamma, East Mamma, and Mamma Primi – and it’s just as delectably good.

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Le Perchoir Marais

It may not be new, but this summer-set bar, perched on top of the chic BHV Marais department store, is still one to try when the sun is out and you’re feeling pretty. Just make sure you bring flats if you’re a lady — because it’s popular, despite the years — and you will have to wait in line to get in.

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Hugo & Victor

Put simply, La Maison Hugo & Victor is one of the greatest patisseries in Paris. Located between 6th and 7th arrondissements, embracing Saint-Germain-des-Prés, in the heart of one of the oldest and aristocratic districts of the capital, this place hits the sweet spot with gusto.

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Le Camondo

This beautiful and calm oasis in the center of Paris offers a secluded and tranquil sanctuary for lovers of art, history and haute cuisine. A relatively new address, set on the border of the 8th and 17th arrondissements, LE CAMONDO has opened its doors within the eponymous museum, just next to Parc Monceau and is the perfect place to find food for both your body and soul.

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Season

Bright, light and healthy are the core pillars of this chic brunch destination, nestled in the upper side of the Marais district, and the place is known for its attractive plates and loyal following of beautiful people to boot — stylists, actresses, and models are always hanging out here, so this hotspot is an Instagrammers dream.

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