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Featuring an open kitchen, Pierre Sang's first restaurant allows guests to discover behind-the-scenes action as they await a delicious blend of French and Korean fare.
In 2012, Chef Pierre Sang opened this location. His first restaurant, located on rue Oberkampf, focused on a sense of complete transparency. Featuring an open kitchen, the spot allows guests to discover behind-the-scenes action as they await a delicious blend of French and Korean fare. Dishes are included in a unique menu that changes monthly.
Whitewaller recommends: Sitting at the counter to watch the chefs at work.
Following in the footsteps of the famed restaurant Lapérouse, the chic coffee shop and eatery Café Lapérouse opened recently at Paris’s Place de la Concorde within the recently refreshed Hôtel de la Marine.
Located inside La Réserve Paris Hotel & Spa, Le Gabriel is a sophisticated space for dining that serves contemporary French cuisine.
Meditteranean references inspire the food and the decor of Balagan Paris.
The Mediterranean-influenced bistro and its Chef Benjamin Mathieu please all guests, from vegetarian to carnivores, with tapas, staters, mains, and desserts.
Brasserie Thoumieux is a traditional Parisian brasserie with styling and interiors by Gérard Cholot and M/M graphic designers.
At the top of the Centre Pompidou, is Le Georges, offering incomparable views, undeniable cuisine, and elegant drinks.
At Belle Maison, subtle decor, infused with contemporary, timeless design, complements a menu full of fresh seafood.
A creation of Simon Porte Jacquemus, Café Citron brings the South to Paris with a menu of Mediterranean bites by Caviar Kaspia.