5 Restaurants You Must Go to In Paris

le meurice restaurant

Le Meurice

With its old world charm and sophisticated beauty, not to mention its gourmet cuisine, Le Meurice definitely tops the list of Parisian restaurants you must visit. It’s chef, Yannick Alleno, is known for his inventive cooking and has 3 Michelin Stars!

Huitrerie Regis

Huitrerie Regis

If you love oysters, especially ridiculously fresh ones, the Huitrerie Regis is the place to go. Sometimes prawns, clams, and sea urchins are also available – their availability varies. Enjoy some perfect white wine with your meal and take in the Saint Germain des Pres.

ze kitchen galerie

Ze Kitchen Galerie

The restaurant is styled like neighboring art galleries, with parquet floors, steel tables, and contemporary art. Chef William Ledeuil, who also trained with Guy Savoy, offers a unique dining experience with his take on contemporary French cuisine. He incorporates a lot of herbs and spices, such as Thai, in with old French recipes for a Symphony of flavors.

spring restaurant

Spring

This restaurant features some delicious and inventive recipes, such as grilled New Caledonian prawns on shaved baby fennel or Basque country trout with avocado and coriander flowers, cooked by a Chicago-born chef, Daniel Rose. There is also a wine bar in the basement that has a great selection of wines and cheeses.

Macéo

Maceo

Overlooking the Palais Royal in the heart of Paris, this restaurant is cleanly and freshly decorated with wonderfully colored ox blood walls. The chef Thierry Bourbonnais includes many vegetarian dishes on his menu, and often features dishes centered around a single vegetable like asparagus or tomatoes. Delicious scallops and wild sea bass dishes are also served.