Paris Restaurant Tips
Here at Spoon, there is only one thing we like more than food, and that's when food is combined with travel. So we've put together our top Paris restaurant tips to help you plan your next city break.
Le Chateaubriand - The coolest place with the greatest food, it was ranked No. 11 in this year's 50 Best Restaurants. The menu is decided on the day with meals costing around 45 euros per head. Early booking is advised.
Thoumiex- The new restaurant from Jean-Francois Piege (previously of the Crillon).
Chez Michel- It's not new but it is our all-time favourite restaurant in Paris. You eat elbow to elbow with the next table and the waiters look as if they've been dragged off the street. When matched with the food this is a wonderful experience.
Rino – Highly recommended by blogger Foodsnob.
Spring - Rumour is circulating in the foodie world that this is the hottest place to be.
Frenchie – This cute bistro is headed by Grégory Lemarch who previously worked with Jamie Oliver. Glorious food reasonably priced.
Le Verre Volè – This small eatery only seats 18 and is also a very well stocked wine shop.