Starring Paris

Paris, Boulogne-Billancourt

France boasts 762 Michelin stars, shared by 621 restaurants across the country. Enjoy some of the finest French fares right at the heart of it all! Paris is home to 10 three Michelin-starred dining establishments, and we have them all right here. Discover why the capital is a gourmet powerhouse as you indulge in exquisitely prepared organic courses, Japanese-French fusion dishes, and a smorgasbord of sweet desserts!

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Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athénée

Paris, France • Recommendation • 31 July 2018

Chef Alain Ducasse has reinvented his Plaza Athénée outlet to focus on a more sustainable menu. Here, he puts the spotlight on a trifecta of fish, vegetables, and cereals—perfect for health-conscious foodies! The restaurant also sources their produce from the gardens of Château de Versailles, and the veggies are delivered only hours before they end up on your plate! Check out its excellent wine list, which is divided by origin and maturity.

+33158002243

Hôtel Plaza Athénée, 25 Avenue Montaigne, Paris, France

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Pavillon Ledoyen (Alléno Paris)

Paris, France • Recommendation • 31 July 2018

Pavillon Ledoyen is a Parisian institution that dates back to the 1700s. It’s even believed to be where French emperor Napoléon Bonaparte met his first wife, Joséphine de Beauharnais! It’s been in the same neoclassical building since 1848, serving an impressive array of local fares by chef Yannick Alléno. Come for lunch to try the Le Principal, a quick and affordable lunch option that includes a main course, coffee, and petits fours. If desired, you may also accompany your meal with a glass of wine recommended by the sommelier!

+33153051000

Carré des Champs-Élysées, 8 Avenue Dutuit, Paris, France

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Arpège

Paris, France • Recommendation • 31 July 2018

Arpège has held on to its three Michelin stars since 1996, proving a tradition of culinary excellence. Chef Alain Passard has led the kitchen in a forward-moving stride, boasting a menu that highlights natural and vegetable-centric components. All of the produce comes from the chef’s own biodynamic farms, and are also transported to the restaurant on a daily basis just in time for service.

+33147050906

84 Rue de Varenne, Paris, France

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Astrance

Boulogne-Billancourt, France • Recommendation • 31 July 2018

Ready your senses! A dining experience at Astrance means relinquishing control to chef Pascal Barbot, who surprises guests with a French spread influenced by Far Eastern flavors. At first glance, the plates exude sophistication. Once the food hits your tongue, you’re graced with foreign elements like miso, Chinese spices, and verjus (sour green juice). Reservations are only accepted via phone call; get in touch months in advance to snag a seat!

+33140508440

4 Rue Beethoven, Paris, France

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Epicure

Paris, France • Recommendation • 31 July 2018

Epicure’s hushed atmosphere is the ideal setting for an intimate feast. Chef Eric Frechon champions French cuisine with standout dishes such as the Stuffed Macaroni (with black truffle, artichoke and duck foie gras, and mature Parmesan cheese) and Line-Caught Wild Turbot (salt-crusted with Provencal herbs, half-dried tomatoes, ginger, and garlic). Get a table by the window to enjoy the sight of the hotel’s interior garden while you eat!

+33153434340

Le Bristol Paris, 112 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, Paris, France

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Restaurant Guy Savoy

Paris, France • Recommendation • 31 July 2018

The grand staircase of Monnaie de Paris aptly welcomes you to the Jean-Michel Wilmotte-designed Restaurant Guy Savoy! Savor well-thought-out courses featuring acclaimed chef Guy Savoy’s signature reverence for ingredients. Ask for a seat by the window to be spoiled by gorgeous views of the River Seine. For a bargain, book the Menu “Digital” online. The web user-exclusive lunch reservation allows one table of guests to try a starter, main course, and dessert—all for EUR130 (around USD150)!

+33143804061

Monnaie de Paris, 11 Quai de Conti, Paris, France

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L'Ambroisie

Paris, France • Recommendation • 31 July 2018

You’re in for one of the best meals of your life at L’Ambroisie! Drawing inspiration from the concept of ambrosia (the food and drink of the gods), chef Bernard Pacaud serves a straightforward menu (which he updates every season) of French cuisine deserving of worship. Each plate is a treat for the senses, from the burst of flavors to its meticulous presentation. The experience is appropriately set in a posh townhouse, decked with elegant furniture and opulent decor.

+33142785145

9 Place des Vosges, Paris, France

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Le Cinq

Paris, France • Recommendation • 31 July 2018

After sharing his expertise with several Michelin-starred restaurants, chef Christian Le Squer now brings his culinary touch to Le Cinq. Located in the Four Seasons Hôtel George V, the chateau-style dining rooms provides a regal backdrop for an impeccable seafood spread. Pair your dish with a glass of wine expertly selected by award-winning sommelier, Eric Baumard. Here, he supervises a collection of over 50,000 bottles from around the world!

+33149527154

Four Seasons Hôtel George V, 31 Avenue George V, Paris, France

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Le Pré Catelan

Boulogne-Billancourt, France • Recommendation • 31 July 2018

Venture through the peaceful grounds of Bois de Boulogne to come across the lovely Napoleon-style structure of Le Pré Catelan. The French fine dining establishment wows with magnificent interiors designed by architect Pierre Yves Rochon. Let maître d'hôtel Jean-Jacques Chauveau serve you like royalty as you partake in chef Frédéric Anton’s gourmet offerings, and chef Chrystelle Brua’s delightful desserts.

+33144144114

Bois de Boulogne, Paris, France

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Pierre Gagnaire

Paris, France • Recommendation • 31 July 2018

World-renowned chef Pierre Gagnaire’s Paris outlet (situated in Hôtel Balzac by Champs-Elysées) taps into the jetsetting gourmand’s global reach. Each bite is an odd mix of ingredients that surprisingly work together, which is owed to the exemplary cooking magic that takes place behind-the-scenes. End your visit with the Grand Dessert feast, where you’re given the chance to sample a rage of mouthwatering desserts!

+33158361250

Hôtel Balzac Champs-Elysées Paris, 6 Rue Balzac, Paris, France

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