Hotel George V


Le Cinq
The hotel’s gastronomic restaurant, featuring Chef Christian Le Squer, and World Vice-Champion Sommelier 1998 Eric Beaumard offers a unique, creative French cuisine rated three Michelin stars and a superb wine cellar located in the former quarry where stones used to build the Arc de Triomphe were dug. Jeff Leatham’s inimitable flower creations lend a modern touch.
Four Seasons Hotel George V
31 avenue George V, 75008

+33 1 49 52 71 54
Le Pré Catelan
This gastronomic jewel in the crown of the Lenôtre group, a wildly charming Napoleon III pavilion set in the very heart of the Bois de Boulogne offers an inventive cuisine based on the finest products proposed in various creative preparations by Frédéric Anton, a most famous disciple of Joël Robuchon who holds on tight to his three Michelin Stars since 2007.
Route de Suresnes,
Bois de Boulogne, 75016

+33 1 44 14 41 14
Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athénée
Alain Ducasse designed his cuisine at the Plaza Athénée around the fish-vegetables-cereal trilogy.A trilogy which has a specific meaning: a diet more in tune with nature and better for the health. Focusing on the quality, the cook participates in environmental preservation. Naturalness cuisine is respectful of our planet’s resources. In the face of nature, cuisine is modest and adapts itself.
25 avenue Montaigne, 75008
+33 1 53 67 65 00
A remarkable experience, an extreme refinement, a sophisticated French cuisine, high precision and without any false note. Kei is one of the capital’s excellent restaurants, hidden gem close to Les Halles behind a discreet storefront, in a modern and soothing setting and a cozy atmosphere that could be part of a romantic dinner. No menu but various surprise menus proposed by a chef at the top of his art, Kei Kobayashi. Discreet, attentive and professional service, and sincerely kind.
5 rue du Coq-Héron, 75001
+33 1 42 33 14 74
Michel Rostang
Located in a former townhouse in the 17th arrondissement, Michel Rostang is surely one of the best restaurants in Paris. Rostang is a fifth-generation chef, and takes great pleasure in choosing and preparing the finest products such as his lobster macaroni with spider crab, and fiddler crab sauce, his insane truffle sandwich, and hot duck foie gras with sesame crust, or a classic but so exquisite Canard au sang. Exceptional wine cellar.
20 rue Rennequin, 75017
+33 1 47 63 40 77
Located in the former residence of the Duke of Morny, not far from the Champs Elysées, Taillevent is generally considered the ultimate temple of classical French cuisine. David Bizet, the Chef and former talent of the George V, and Antoine Petrus, the Maitre d’Hôtel, perpetuate the spirit that had blown in the place during decades. The Carte is both classical and creative. Exceptional wine cellar.
15 rue Lamennais, 75008
+33 1 44 95 15 01
A Parisian temple of French haute cuisine, L’Ambroisie restaurant lies in the heart of the Marais, Paris’ historical district, in the former town house of the Duke of Chaulnes, a “17th century jewel” which was refurbished, respecting the original style, to offer an intimate and refined atmosphere. The cuisine of Bernard Pacaud is classical, sophisticated and seasonal, composing together “an ode to exceptional products”.
9 Place des Vosges, 75004
+33 1 42 78 51 45
Unique in Paris, on the ground floor of a very elegant « hôtel particulier » and opening on a large and lovely little park in the heart of the Champs-Elysées district, Apicius is, to say the least, unexpected. What better set than this contemporary decor for a romantic dinner to enjoy Matthieu Pacaud’s signature dishes …
20 rue d’Artois, 75008
+33 1 43 80 19 66
Located in the heart of the government district, L’Arpege is one of the very reliable icons in terms of French gastronomy that has found an orientation towards the vegetable (orientation « légumière ») more than any other table of the same caliber, starting with the operation of its own garden in the Sarthe from where come most of the extremely fine ingredients of this unusual chef’s dishes. The room is at human scale, lined with wood paneling, modern, sleek yet warm.
84 rue de Varenne, 75007
+33 1 47 05 09 06
Grand Vefour
The Grand Véfour claims to be the oldest restaurant of Paris, called at the time the « Café de Chartres ». It certainly is a jewel of the XVIIIth century, located in the gardens of the Palais-Royal, and played a significant role during the Revolution, but is now the home of the finest French Cuisine performed by Guy Martin and his team, and this modernity offers an incredible contrast with the unique and outstanding historic decor.
17 rue du Beaujolais, 75001
+33 1 42 96 56 27
Guy Savoy
The gourmet restaurant of Guy Savoy is now nested in the exceptional setting of the Hotel de la Monnaie, to write a new chapter in its history. It consists of six XVIIIth century salons looking onto the Seine, the Louvre, the Pont Neuf and the Institut de France, adorned with contemporary paintings and first-rate sculptures.
The kitchen expresses all the sensitivity of this Chef, constant in his creativity and his art of accommodating the best products.
Monnaie de Paris, 11 quai de Conti, 75006
+33 1 43 80 40 61
This restaurant is one of the most renowned gastronomic institutions in Paris. Located near “Les Champs-Elysées” and Avenue Montaigne, the restaurant welcomes you with its classy refined design. The dining room, located on the first floor will charm you, thanks (in part) to its spectacular opening roof with a sky-view. Chef Nicolas Le Tirrand and Pastry Chef Jean Lachenal are committed to realizing a traditional yet evolved cuisine.
17 avenue Franklin D. Roosevelt, 75008
+33 1 43 59 02 13
Pierre Gagnaire
Pierre Gagnaire is a poet : « Cuisine is not an affair of tradition or modernity. One should be able to feel all the tenderness and sensibility of the Chef. » Gagnaire is always an incredible experience of creativity and the result is an explosion of tenderness and sensuality in this modern decor of grey and white enhanced by the honey-coloured wood.
6 rue Balzac, 75008
+33 1 58 36 12 50
Alléno Paris
It is only since last July that Yannick Alleno has succeeded to Christian Le Squer (who is now the Chef of Le Cinq) is this historic pavilion of the Champs-Elysées. If the decor is dated back to the Second Empire (Napoleon III), the cuisine is refined and modern even if Alleno is famous for revisiting old standards of genuine French cuisine such as the « Pot-au-Feu ».
1 avenue Dutuit, 75008
+33 1 53 05 10 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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