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214, FBG Saint Honore, Paris, FR, 75008

  • Phone: (33) 1 42252627
  • Fax: (33) 1 45614453
4.7 out of 5 (7 reviews)
86% of guests recommend this hotel
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  • Restaurants

    »Chez Catherine

    Catherine Guerraz is one of the top french women chefs and that explains the crowds streaming into this eatery. Highly recommended by locals, this restaurant serves traditional French cusine in modern and chic surroundings. An open kitchen adds to the effect. The cuisine is essentially French with Southwestern influences. You might want to go with the Veal Medallion, which is a favorite among patrons. The exclusive wine list is one of the assets of this eatery. Searching for a place to host an event? Look no further - there are private dining rooms seating 17, 18 and 35 each, available.

    3 rue Berryer
    Paris, 75008


    French haute cuisine at its very best presented by chef Del Burgho in the form of finely prepared foie gras, freshly-made ravioli and other delicacies have earned the restaurant three stars in France's gourmet bible, the Michelin Guide. Expect kid-glove service, elegant tables and clientele to match. The wine list, under the loving stewardship of Manuel Peyrondet and Marco Pelletier, is one of the finest in the country, even if few bargains are to be found! The dress code calls for jackets and ties to be worn by men and elegant and modest gowns by women.

    15 rue Lamennais
    Paris, 75008

    »La Marée

    An old-world elegance permeates every corner of the dining room decked in plush banquettes and Flemish tapestries at La Marée. The man behind the kitchen is Samuel Le Torriellec who masterfully creates exquisite dishes like La Marmite de coquillages, La Lotte du Guilvinec and La Sole de petit bateau grillée ou meunière. The combination of bouquet wines and oysters is just divine.

    1 rue Daru
    Paris, 75008

    »Dragons Élysées

    The unusual aquarium "floor" filled with over 1000 fish comes as a surprise in this sophisticated restaurant. Though heavily touristed and a delight for children, Dragons Élysées does churn out some fairly impressive Chinese and Thai cuisine. Just minutes from the Champs-Élysées, this is one place that's bound to make an impression during business lunches or when dining out with friends. Try the stuffed crab or traditional nems. The service is quick and professional, getting you back to sightseeing in short order.

    11 rue de Berri
    Paris, 75008

    »Lô Sushi

    Hip interior designer Andrée Putman has definitely left her minimalist mark on this high-tech sushi bar. As in Japan, sushi is prepared by chefs while you wait, and then dispatched on a huge conveyor belt around which diners are seated. The menu helps to identify which dish is which, while the plates' pretty color scheme indicates price. You can choose your own sushi too: house specialties like maki and sea urchin should make even the most blasé sushi connoisseur's eyes sparkle.

    8 rue de Berri
    Paris, 75008

    »Kok Ping

    This restaurant serves up fresh seafood - and that means prawns, squids, fish and lots of seaweed! All the eight chefs from Thailand serve up tangy seafood delicacies for you right in the heart of Paris. Kok Ping has tables set very close to each other, yet all in all, very comely interiors (look out for the quaint chandeliers). Start off with shrimp soup, Tom Yam Kung. Do go for the Pekinese Peking Duck, and then end with the gooey Mango and Coconut Pudding. You'll be coming back for more real soon!

    4 rue Balzac
    Paris, 75008

    »Le Safran Restaurant

    A decor comprising black granite and smooth velvet armchairs welcomes you at Le Safran Restaurant. This elegant restaurant is located in the grand Hilton Arc de Triomphe Paris hotel hotel. This stylish and contemporary restaurant serves sumptuous international cuisine with an Asian touch. It also features an extensive range of wine and water. The three terraces are a good option in case you want to enjoy a magnificent view of the city life, while you savor the delicious meal.

    51-57 rue de Courcelles
    Paris, 75008

    »La Table du Lancaster

    The menu at this restaurant is simple, provided you can make a quick choice between the irresistible dishes listed under six subheads of tomatoes, citrus, condiments and spices, wine and vinegar, vegetables and herbs and dairy produce. The wood and jute interiors give the restaurant a very natural feel, while the mellow lighting creates the required warmth and comfort. Nothing here is overtly stressed and the entire process of dining becomes a smooth experience with an arty feel to it. The clientele that pours in is generally elite and not necessarily French, just like the cuisine.

    7 rue de Berri
    Paris, 75008

    »La Brasserie Lorraine

    This is an elegant and chic café situated on a quiet street, which serves traditional, international and regional food. The restaurant is covered with a vast canopy and the service has a personal touch, which makes this brasserie popular amongst locals and tourists alike.

    2 Place des Terres
    Paris, 75008

    »Le Queenie

    Located on the prestigious and famed Champs-Élysées is the Le Queenie Cocktail bar and dining space. Queenie is in sync with the panache and glam that matches this expensive piece of real estate. The decor is elegant yet understated like the patrons that drop in to dine at Queenie. Soft music in the back-drop is pleasant enough and complements the serene ambiance. Comfy space and classy atmosphere makes it an ideal venue for business dinner. Gourmet food served with a smile adds to the pleasant experience. Cocktail drinks offered serve as perfect accompaniment and pep-up your mood. Join in with your family or friends for memorable and delightful meal.

    5 rue de Berri
    Paris, 75008


    Indra, named after an Indian god serves authentic Indian dishes for both vegetarians and meat-eaters. The delectable recipes include the Fish Bengali, Kashmiri Pilaff, Mutton Roganjosh, Goan Prawns, Baingan Burtha, Akouri, Palak Paneer and Gulab Jamun which are celebrated even in India. The Mango Special is a wondrous mango flavored ice-cream dessert that captures the soul of the entire menu, supplying a pleasant end to the meal. The decor is plush and elegant, fit for a king. Amidst this royalty one also enjoys the kind attention of the staff making it a splendid dining experience altogether.

    10 rue du Commandant Rivière
    Paris, 75008


    The name of the restaurant Mood is inspired by the film called In the Mood for Love, and every inch of the decor is devoted to furthering this ambiance. Passionate reds and glowing golds provide a backdrop for Asian-French fusion cuisine at its most alluring. The night continues even after the kitchen is closed as DJs spin the sounds to accompany the extensive drink menu at the bar-lounge. Prices are relatively affordable for the neighborhood, and happy hour is there as well

    114 avenue des Champs-Élysées
    Paris, 75008
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