Maison et Objet is almost there, since it will take place at Paris Nord Villepinte from 20th to 24th January and here at Paris Design Agenda we’re excited to talk about one topic that seems to be undoubtedly a favourite one among all visitants: the gastronomic issue. Undecided between a parisian bistro option or a fish meal? Don’t worry, you’ll have time to taste the most various flavours. Take a look at our selection and let yourself be guided by a savors’ trip!
Well well well… If gourmet is your obsession, you’ll be smashed by Kei’s innovative concept! His culinary creativity will stimulate your gustative senses and emotions. After seven years working with the chef Alain Ducasse, who was awarded with 3-stars Michelin, at the Plaza Athenee restaurant, Kei takes over Gerard Besson’s restaurant and gives us the pleasure to enjoy his culinary touch. Each of the creative dishes offers an opportunity to discover a wonderfully creative, unique and sophisticated cuisine.
2. Epicure Restaurant Paris
At Epicure Eric Frechon has created a temple of gastronomy that is absolutely French, his signature style is all about terroir, a sense of place, this is after all Paris the gourmet capital of the world. Frechon also delights in matching unusual ingredients to astounding effect – vive la difference. His macaroni stuffed with black truffle, artichoke and duck foie gras, gratinéed with aged Parmesan is one of those unforgettable dishes people travel to Paris to experience.
3. Jules Verne
A dinner at the Jules Verne is a rare experience, a step outside of time and space… Leading you from discovery to surprise, you will be guided through an exceptional 5 or 6 course voyage. To accompany your experience, the sommelier will guide you through perfect food-wine pairing with a wine course suggestion.
4. Réstaurant Lasserre
More than a restaurant, Lasserre is an experience, where excellent service rivals the taste and aesthetics of presentation. Come to languish in the delight of being pampered and the transportative power of Enchantment.
5. Le Cinq Paris
At Four Seasons Hotel George V, Christian Le Squer has been awarded with a third Michelin star in the 2016 Michelin Guide.
This prestigious award further exemplifies Le Squer’s unique approach to combining traditional French cuisine with brilliant modernity. Christian defines himself as a creator of flavours and composer of tastes. His memorable signature dishes provide diners with a refined culinary experience keeping in mind a strong sense of wellbeing that is so important today.
In addition to the prestigious third star in the 2016 Michelin Guide, Christian Le Squer was recently awarded an outstanding score of 19/20 and a 5th toque in the 2016 Gault et Millau for Le Cinq. The Four Seasons Hotel George V is the only luxury palace in Paris to achieve this double distinction.
Among all these options, it will be difficult to choose the best one, but we are pretty sure you’re gonna love all of them. Enjoy!