The Most Trendy Restaurants in Paris ⇒ Paris, the City of Lights, is an exquisite center of trendy restaurants, offering a wide range of alternatives to a distinctive lunch or an elegant diner.
Place Jacques Rouché 75009 Paris
At street Places Jacques Rouché, you will discover Paris Opera Restaurant. Conceived by the architect Odile Decq in the heart of the Palais Garnier, the internal sophisticated decoration will not let anyone indifferent.
Le Jean-François Piège Restaurant
79, Rue Saint-Dominique, 75007 Paris
Walk a little bit and you will find another top restaurant at 79 Rue Saint Dominique, Le Jean-François Piège restaurant. With interiors by India Mahdavi and a first floor position, it is undoubtedly an ideal place to prove a delicacy. Diver scallops, blue lobster and turbot from Brittany are special plates that you can appreciate at Le Jean François Piège.
131, Avenue Parmentier, 75011 Paris
But of you want to be in the ligne of the tendency, you must drop by Le Dauphin, the hottest table in Paris right now, located in rue de Bernard. Le Dauphin is in fact a wine bar with a tapas menu from Inaiki Aizpitarte, a renowned chef. Paris most fashionable is reinvented by absolutely delicacies such as sea scallops with salsify and blood sausage.
12 Rue du Renard, 75004 Paris
Le Renard is the proof that sophistication can be found in every shapes. As a matter of fact, Le Renard is not only a restaurant but also a karaoke club open by local nightlife personality Rasmus Michau.
We also have to highlight the Mandarin Oriental restaurant. It is both sparklingly new and elegantly timeless. The exquisite space is a temptation to any visitor. Indeed, the camellia motif is based in the camellia garden in which the restaurant is located.
1, rue du Pont Neuf, 75001 Paris
And if design is a subject that means a lot to you, you mustn’t forget to go to Kong, the restaurant at Maison Kenzo revealed by Philippe Starck. Kong’s outdoor terrace, gallery and smoking room feature Louis XVI furniture. It encourages to dine,drink or simply socialize in the alfresco space.
Source: My Design Agenda