Best Design Restaurants to visit in Paris
The city of Paris is a must-go in the universe of gastronomie and also one of the most expensive. This food-centered city doesn’t have a single “best” or “hottest” restaurant. What Paris does have is a lot of exceptionally good restaurants to match whatever neighborhood, day of the week, or price you’re looking for. Bellow there’s a list of the best design restaurants in the city of lights.
From the most desirable districts of France’s capital here the restaurant guide of Paris, where design meets modern design and fashion in every way. KOKET selected our top restaurants you must go when you go and see us at Maison & Objet from the 23rd to the 27th of January at:
KOKET – Hall 7 Stand 145
COVET LOUNGE – Hall 5B Stand N15/O16
MAISON VALENTINA – Hall 7 Stand B162/C161
Hope we can see you there and to open your appetite with this article.
Above the Théâtre des Champs Elysées, on the prestigious avenue Montaigne in the 8th district, the MAISON BLANCHE restaurant offers a fabulous view over the west area of Paris since its 2 terraces. It is in a setting designed by Imaad Rahmouni, with simple lines and sleek design restaurant that Maison Blanche expressed cuisine upscale character, largely inspired by the Languedoc terroir.In a modern and pure decor, the chef, Hervé Nepple, creates a highly ambitious inventive cuisine in collaboration with Jacques and Laurent Pourcel, multi-starred chefs at Jardin des Sens in Montpellier.
With its laid-back brasserie setting, the PUBLICIS DRUGSTORE has become a phenomenon as the ideal trendy Parisian meeting place. The refined and naturally lit dining room with its huge central bar with Corian inlays and its large bay window allows you to watch the chic indifference of the passers-by on the Champs-Elysées in the 8th district. The seasonal menu is created by Olivier Dupart who skillfully brings a new touch to the great standard and vintage dishes for this design restaurant.
La Villa emerged as a result of the meeting between Julie & Olivier Demarle and the interior designers Gilles &Boissiers, who, after New York and London, put their minds to their first establishment in Paris bringing together elegance, glamour and a genuine Hollywood style. This design restaurant offers an intimate piano bar, as well as its magnificent outdoor area with views overlooking the Arc de Triomphe in the 8th district, or you can also enjoy a seat in the impressive winter garden to dream.
Ultramodern, on the last two floors of Kenzo’s main office, in front of the Pont Neuf of the 1st district, a design restaurant KONG in the sky with a view of the Seine. The decor is signed Philippe Starck, the menu Fumiko Kono. Halfway between Paris and Tokyo, you’ll be surrounded by Louis XV armchairs, plasma screens, a fluorescent staircase and a carpet of pebbles. Kong is very Parisian, luxurious and accessible at the same time to all.
Ciel de Paris
The Montparnasse Tower in Paris has always been a popular tourist destination because of its spectacular views of the well known landmarks of the city. Now however, after the redesigning and total refurbishment of the 56th floor by well known French designer, NOE DUCHAUFOUR LAWRANCE, the CIEL DE PARIS restaurant is in direct competition with the views from its expansive bay window.
L’Opera was the dream of Charles Garnier: allowing spectators to eat within his Palais of the 9th district. This became possible thanks to the talent of Odile Decq who succeeded in the endeavour of creating a design restaurant within the Opéra itself, without touching the walls or altering the 19th century masterpiece. Sip a chic cocktail at the lounge bar before trying out the cuisine of the talented French chef, YannTanneau, who creatively updates regional produce over the seasons.
Hope you enjoyed our choices and you check them out. If you need more informations about what to do in Paris when you come to see us at Maison et Objet, stay tuned for our next posts or check out our partner blog – Paris Design Agenda