Hotel George V


Restaurant Nomicos
Jean-Louis Nomicos, the Michelin-starred chef of this prestigious restaurant in the 16th district, is an outstanding disciple of Alain Ducasse and one of the most talented chefs of his generation. And he is very much at home at Nomicos, in this beautiful, luxurious venue neighboring Place Victor Hugo, where he treats us to his sunny brand of fine French Gastronomic Cuisine. Excellent wine list.
16 avenue Bugeaud, 75116
+33 1 49 52 71 54
La Truffière
This restaurant, located in a seventeeth century townhouse, offers one of the best, unknown gourmets in the city. The vaulted cellar, dining room and sitting room with its fireplace are the ideal setting for a romantic dinner as well as for a business lunch or a meal with friends. The menu here includes the great dishes of South West France such as foie gras, magret (or fatted duck breast), and an impressive wine list as well as fine old brandies.
4 rue de Blainville, 75005
+33 1 46 33 29 82
A few steps from the Madeleine, Akrame welcomes guests in a chic, modern and warm dining room with regular tables as well as the Chef’s table in the open kitchen. Akrame Benallal is a disciple of Pierre Gagnaire and Ferran Adria. 
7 rue Tronchet, 75008
+33 1 40 67 11 16
Eric Martins, after working at Maxim’s, Ledoyen, Lucas Carton, Hélène Darroze, opened L’Arôme in 2006, a place dedicated to food and wine lovers. The dining room has been refurbished in 2018  with great talent and is modern, warm and elegant with an open kitchen that provides even more conviviality to this contemporary atmosphere. Michelin has recognized L’Arôme and its modern French cuisine since 2009.
3 rue Saint-Philippe du Roule, 75008
+33 1 42 25 55 98
The first restaurant from Julia Sedefdjian, who earned a Michelin star at 21 years old as the chef at Fables de la Fontaine, planted itself on the Rive Gauche in March. The reserved, minimalist décor makes you focus on the delicious food and nothing else. Baieta also attempts to democratize haute cuisine with a relatively inexpensive fixed weekday lunch menu (a starter and a main for 29 euros, about $36), and the friendly young staff and cheerful logo erases any pretentious airs. The Chef wanted to create a place where like the places she likes to go out with her friends and where she can eat well for not too much money, and where she feels at ease, at home. I think she succeeded!
5 Rue de Pontoise, 75005 Paris 
+33 1 42 02 59 19
Frédéric Simonin
Frédéric Simonin obtained his first Michelin star at the age of 27 at Le Seize* restaurant. In 2006, he was awarded with two stars in the Michelin guide at La Table de Joel Robuchon**. He now runs his own restaurant, offering an updated Art Deco-inspired decor and preparing revisited classic French cuisine. His talent equals his discretion but people in-the-know have this address on their shortlist.
25 rue Bayen, 75017
+33 1 49 52 71 54
In a setting along the Seine lovers laud this 18th century 6th arrondissement address as one of the most romantic places due to its salons “with chaise longues” and gilt mirrors where you can enjoy a meal in almost full privacy. The Haute Cuisine and service do not quite come up to the surroundings, but the former is quite good, if unoriginal, and the latter exceedingly flexible and discreet.Closed Saturday Lunch and Sundays.
51 quai des Grands-Augustins, 75006
+33 1 43 26 68 04
110 de Taillevent
110 wines by the glass (and not to forget 330 available in bottle)! That is a first time ever and knowing the reputation of Taillevent, the wines are nothing but spectacular and for any budget. The Carte proposes for each of the 30 dishes, the perfect match with four wines, just for your delight and satisfaction. The modern interior design is signed Pierre-Yves Rochon.
195 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, 75008
+33 1 40 74 20 20
Violon d’Ingres
This Michelin star rated restaurant is owned by the famous Chef and cookbook author Christian Constant who trained so many and remain one of Paris’ greatest and most discreet Chefs. The place offers an excellent and gourmet cuisine in a relaxed atmosphere. Dishes such as Jerusalem artichoke soup with foie gras and mushroom puff pastry with olives, anchovies and parmesan regal locals and travelers alike.
135 rue Saint-Dominique, 75007
+33 1 49 52 71 54
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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