Fine dining restaurants

Le Sergent Recruteur

At Île Saint-Louis, a tavern of interior design porn and fine dining for a date-to-impress.

Sur Mesure par Thierry Marx

Serious gastro ambitions at the Mandarin Oriental’s flagship restaurant.


A double from one of France’s hottest young culinary stars turning this Costes establishment into one of Paris’ hottest dinner destinations.


This quiet Parisian institution has been restored and revamped for the modern day, offering French gastronomy with a subtle Asian twist.


Opened by three former employees of Alain Passard, L’Agapé has a strictly edited, seasonal menu that pays due deference to the quality of ingredients.


Divided into three sections; an épicerie, a pâtissier and a traiteur, Fauchon stocks some of the continent’s most delectable and unusual offerings.

Pierre Gagnaire

For true culinary wizardry, the French turn to Pierre Gagnaire’s blending of unusual tastes and textures.

L'atelier De Joel Robuchon

Joel Robuchon’s mini-dish style service is fast becoming the quick fix option of the future at Hotel Pont Royal.

Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athenee

Regularly cited as one of the best restaurants in the world, it’s luxury, service and gastronomy on a grand scale.

La Société

The Costes’ brothers’ latest bandwagon could easily rest on its design laurels, but the food is excellent, fusion-style cuisine, approachable in everything but price.

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