Where to Eat in Paris

Discover the newest and most talked-about restaurants to try right now...

Le Jules Verne by Frédéric Anton
Three Michelin-starred chef Frédéric Anton is overseeing the new-look restaurant and menu, following on from the Ducasse era, at this iconic dining room.

Coya Paris
Coya’s traditional Peruvian cuisine arrives in Paris for the very first time...

Maison by Sota Atsumi
A highly anticipated opening from the chef behind one of the hottest restaurants in Paris, who's reimagining classic French cuisine.

Cheval d’Or by Taku Sekine
A French-Asian canteen dishing up small plates inspired by the chef's Japanese roots and travels.

Contraste by Stéphane Manigold
Less than a year after opening Substance, Stéphane Manigold has opened Contraste, his second address in Paris, under the banner of “bold and reasonably priced gastronomy”.

L'Avant Poste
The produce-led menu at L’Avant-Poste features country-style fare - from the team behind Les Résistants.

Restaurant Pouliche by Amandine Chaignot
A restaurant pairing her expert French training with a love for nature, seasonality, creativity and exceptional ingredients from producers across France.

Pavyllon by Yannick Alléno
Yannick Alléno's third restaurant tucked inside the Pavillon Ledoyen...

A reinvented contemporary buffet serving delicious vegetarian and vegan dishes from all over the world.

La Scene by Stéphanie Le Quellec
Michelin-starred chef is going it alone and dishing up her acclaimed composed cuisine influenced by the simplicity of Southern French fare.

Restaurant Cuisine by Takao Inazawa
This intimate neo-bistro dishes up Japanese-inspired dishes and intriguing tapas from chef Takao Inazawa (Verre Volé and Benkay).

Oursin at Galeries Lafayette Champs Élysées
A light-filled, sun-drenched Mediterranean restaurant dreamed up by fashion designer Simon Jacquemus and Caviar Kaspia's Ramon Mac-Crohon.

Shabour by Assaf Granit
Hidden in the Sentier neighborhood, Shabour has just set up shop by Israel’s most successful and self-taught chef.

Le Faham by Kelly Rangama
Discover exotic gourmet cuisine and far-flung flavors at this laid-back eatery.

Cédric Grolet Opéra
World-renowned pastry chef Cédric Grolet's first standalone patisserie and bakery.

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Where to eat in Paris