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Les Bouquinistes
This was one of the first Guy Savoys’s baby bistros, and this modern establishment, located along the Seine quayside offers a modern, inventive cuisine from one of the great chefs disciples and draws an informed local and international crowd.
53 Quai des Grands-Augustins, 75006
+33 1 43 25 45 94
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Les Cocottes de Christian Constant
This concept restaurant owned by famous French chef Christian Constant is open throughout the day for breakfast, lunch and dinner, offering such simple fare as soup or sandwiches, or more elegant, gastronomic creations during lunch and dinner time. The cool, modern decor is arranged around a long counter space where dining is convivial and relaxed.
135 rue Saint-Dominique, 75007 
+33 1 45 50 10 28
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Coq Rico
Sinking into a sleek, spongy banquette, surrounded by all-white wooden walls, and with wafts of roasted chicken floating into your nostrils, you could be in a chic mountain chalet. This is, however, Antoine Westermann’s newest culinary venture, Coq Rico, a classy “bistrotisserie” (between a bistro and a rotisserie), nestled into the heights of Montmartre.Standards of comfort foods around chicken, poultries and eggs, become veritable gourmet delights. Have a drink at “La Dégustation” further up accross the street if your table or counter seats are not quite ready yet.
98 rue Lepic, 75018
+33 1 42 59 82 89
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Racines des Prés
This small restaurant moved from the center of Paris to Saint Germain area. This is considered as one of the best “bistronomique” place in Paris, which means it combines the atmosphere of a bistrot while offering more elaborate cuisine.The kitchen is open on the restaurant and the menu offers high-quality products : iberian pig, “dry aged’ beef, organic vegetables… A very natural spot in all terms. 
1 Rue de Gribeauval, 75007 Paris
+33 1 45 48 14 16
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L’Affable
Ruby red benches, white table clothes, mosaic floor and Gallic cooking with inventive twists make for a refreshing and modern bistro experience. Clientele is very local, mostly from the area, being the chic 7th, and tabs are a bit higher than in other neo-bistros but it is definitively worth it.
10 rue de Saint-Simon, 75007
+33 1 42 22 01 60
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Clover Grill
A man of extravagant dishes and flat screen TVs, Jean-François Piège has opened up another fiery spot : the luxurious Clover Grill. Inside, raw meats are licked by the flames while spinning on a spit or dancing over a wood fire : Noire de Baltique prime rib dry aged with beech wood, black market Australian ribeye, Salers heifer steak, turbot, bass…. They all seem to melt into the ostentatious décor (Venetian mirrors, floral upholstery, mahogany, tawny leather, polished marble). The Pisco Sour (€14) shaken up behind the bar by the team from the Experimental Cocktail Club really sets things ablaze…. But we chose to indulge in more slow-burning fires : Chablis Laurent Tribut, Saint-Joseph Christophe Pichon… 
6 Rue Bailleul, 75001 Paris
+33 1 40 41 59 59
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Substance
One of the most recent spot opened in the residential 16th arrondissement, few minutes walking from the hotel. Substance has been taken over by a young passionate team and offers a contemporary setting, but most important a really interesting cuisine! French food is back to the essentials: nature, seasons and organic products. The menu features a modern “bistronomique” cuisine which is well executed and combines flavors and techniques in a very efficient way, and the champagne/wine list is also impressive. The service is friendly, young, and attentive. No doubt that this spot is going to be one of the gourmet’s favorite! 
18 Rue de Chaillot, 75116 Paris
+33 1 47 20 08 90
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Tomy & Co
This restaurant is one of the new 1 Michelin star and we are not surprised of this reward ! Tomy Gousset, executive chef, offers a “bistronomique” cuisine composed by organic and local products. For example, all vegetables are directly coming from their own kitchen garden, which is quite unusual in Paris. The menu features classic and modern creations combined together which offers a most tasty journey from starter to dessert, and most important: something you did not try anywhere else! Small advice: don’t miss the Truffle gnocchi !  
22 Rue Surcouf, 75007 Paris
+33 1 45 51 46 93
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Café Grand Coeur
Located in a quiet coble stoned historical yard in the heart of the mythical and trendy Marais area, this restaurant is a perfect spot for an outside quiet lunch in one of the busiest area of Paris. The cuisine served, modern French, is perfect for a pure Parisian experience. 
41 Rue du Temple, 75004 Paris
+33 1 58 28 18 90
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La Régalade Saint Honoré
The chef, Bruno Doucet, trained with Jean-Pierre Vigato (1-star chef) and Jean-François Piège (2-star chef). In 2004, opened La Régalade Saint-Honoré in 2013. Influenced by the cuisine of his grandmother who taught him how to prepare his hunting meals based on game, Bruno Doucet offers a menu that balances between a refined gastronomy and a few revisited regional dishes. Creative, his cuisine if renewed and seasonal, and respects and valorizes products of talented producers.
106 Rue Saint-Honoré, 75001 Paris
+33 1 42 21 92 40
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Baltard au Louvre
In the center of a commercial area recently renovated has been established a large modern bistro which we would strongly recommend. Modern and comfy, the restaurant features a large terrace and lovely setting mixing contemporary touches and a bit of Belle Epoque accents. The menu is quite short in order to offer the best seasonal products and a revisited French cuisine which may surprise you for being original and really well done. On week-ends, Baltard au Louvre is turned into a great family spot offering large dishes to share (Minestrone soup, lamb shoulder…).
 
9 Rue Coquillière, 75001 Paris
+33 9 83 32 01 29
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Saturne
This contemporary neo bistro in the 2nd, across the street from the “Bourse” combines purist and modern fresh market cooking with casual, lively ambiance. The spacious high ceiling-Nordic dining room features an open kitchen and wooden tables without table clothes. Like other venues of the same type (Chateaubriand, Spring, Roseval … ) Saturne does offer a no-choice surprise menu for dinner, for lunch a very limited a la carte is available. Closed on weekends, American express cards are not accepted.
17 rue Notre-Dame des Victoires, 75002
+33 1 42 60 31 90
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Chez l’Ami Jean
This authentic modern Basque bistrot located on a quiet side street in the chic 7th arondissement offers an excellent prix fix menu du marché, and is packed with locals daily for dishes such as marinated tuna with figues and deboned pigeon with clams and assorted shellfish. Tables are elbow-to-elbow, and the service can be a little chaotic, but this establishment is surely one of the best values in Paris.
27 rue Malar, 75007
+33 1 47 05 86 89
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Four Seasons 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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