Hotel George V


Ginger belongs to the “Costes” collection and proposes a fusion Asian cuisine inspired by Thai and Vietnamese standards. Located just two blocks away from the hotel and with the same management as L’Avenue, its clientele the more of a regular clientele seeking for a discreet spot. The food is always of even quality, exotic, spicy and flavored and the service is attentive. Do not miss the chocolate nems with mango dip to end your meal.
11 rue de la Trémoille, 75008
+33 1 47 23 37 32
Ze Kitchen Galerie
Once a Guy Savoy’s protégé, William Ledeuil has been extremely successful over the years with his own Left Bank restaurant where he was elected Chef of the Year 2010 by Gault & Millau. A slick space, reminiscent of an art gallery, Ze Kitchen Gallerie deconstructs traditional French cuisine, and offers four different menu choice: soups, pastas, raw and marinated fish, and poultry and seafood cooked a la plancha on a flat griddle, and one of Paris’ best fusion cuisines.
4 rue des Grands-Augustins, 75006
+33 1 53 67 65 00
After 8 months of works, Yam T’Cha reopens in the new location 121 rue Saint-Honoré.The former location, 4 rue Sauval, has turned into a boutique selling tea accesories and tableware as well as take away baos (salty or sweet buns made of wheat flower ,steamed cooked). The menu is French with Chinese influence and depends on the inspiration of the chef, Adeline Grattard, and the market.
121 rue Saint-Honoré, 75001
+33 1 40 26 08 07
French-New Yorker, Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s first venture in the City of Light is just a stone’s throw from the Champs Elysées. Located in a former Christies showroom, the decor is subtle, minimalist, and frequented by French showbiz and international jetsetters. The cuisine is Asian-inspired French, and includes a superb list of world class wines.
15 avenue Matignon, 75008
+33 1 56 43 40 90
Spoon 2
Astronomic entrepreneur Alain Ducasse’s new version of his restaurant Spoon. It is set in the old Paris stock market building in the heart of the city, designed in an elegant interior by architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte. Spoon 2 is an ode to world travel. With cuisine from Asia, Latin and North America, and Sri Lanka, this restaurant is a gastronomic adventure across several continents in one meal. The resounding flavor at Spoon 2 is lightheartedness. There is humor and fun that you will not find in some of his other restaurants, while maintaining that Ducasse excellence.
28 place De La Bourse Palais Brongniart, 75002
+33 1 83 92 20 30
On the last two floors of Kenzo’s headquarters, in front of the Pont Neuf and with a great view on the Seine, the ultramodern decor is signed by Philippe Starck and the menu by Fumiko Kono. Halfway between Paris and Tokyo, you’ll be surrounded by Louis XV armchairs, plasma screens, a fluorescent staircase and a carpet of pebbles.
1 rue du Pont Neuf, 75001
+33 1 40 39 09 00
Hotel George V
31 avenue George V
75008 Paris, France
Ph.+33 1 49 52 71 07
Fax +33 1 49 52 70 05

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