The Best Trendy Restaurants In Paris | sheerluxe.com
Whether you're looking to blow the budget or have an impossibly cool experience on a terrace with views over the Eiffel Tower, here are SL's top-rated trendy restaurants in Paris.
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Balagan

Israeli meets Mediterranean at this buzzy restaurant from the dream team behind The Barbary and Palomar in London. Meaning “hullabaloo” in Hebrew slang, the menu here lends itself to sharing, so go with friends and order everything on the menu.

Balagan-Paris.com

 

Septime

A recent winner of The Sustainable Restaurant Award, Septime is a popular smart-modern restaurant, home to Bertrand Grébaut's Michelin-starred dishes which are innovative and delicious.

Septime-Haronne.fr

 

Hotel Costes

Upscale and exquisite, this is a dining experience offering classic French food in a luxurious setting (yes, that means it’s expensive). Perfect for a summer’s evening, book at table outside and dine among the candle light.

HotelCostes.com

 

Cucina Italiana

Luxurious, elegant, sexy, stylish - the praise for this Italian trattoria keeps coming. Think Venetian wine bar with simple Italian food in a contemporary setting at Hôtel National des Arts & Métiers.

HotelNational.Paris/Arts-et-Metiers-Restaurant

Hotel Costes
Balagan
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Clover Grill

Michelin-starred chef Jean-François Piège offers a carnivore’s dream menu at this fantastic grill in Les Halles. Wall-mounted copper pans, a huge marble sit-up bar and pale walls are the backdrop to some stunning food.

Clover-Grill.com
 

Les Grands Verres

NYC East Side has arrived in Paris at this sustainably themed hangout, which offers a lively meeting point whose identity is cultural, artistic, gastronomic, universal and cosmopolitan.

PalaisdeTokyo.com/Les-Grands-Verres-Restaurant

 

L’Avenue

A celebrity hotspot (Kim K and Kanye have been spotted among others), this upscale, high-end eatery is classic luxe attracting a chic and classy crowd.

avenue-restaurant.com

 

L’Oiseau Blanc

On the rooftop of The Peninsula Hotel, this aviation-inspired restaurant offers stunning views from its glass-clad dining room and summer terrace.

peninsula.com/french-rooftop-loiseau-blanc

Monsieur Bleu
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Carbón
Bien Élevé

Monsieur Bleu

Located in Palais de Toyko, a modern art museum, this restaurant’s contemporary, modern and elegant decor is a refined backdrop to consistently well-reviewed food. Tip: Ask for a table by the window and watch the Eiffel Tower light up every hour.

MonsieurBleu.com
 

Ferdi

Its burger is legendary, its ambience is cosy and small (with toys, cars and other curiosities on the walls), and  you book ahead. We’ve heard the churros with chocolate are pretty memorable too!

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Hotel Grands Boulevard

Hotels with designation restaurants are having a moment in Paris and this one should not be ignored. Situated around a landscaped courtyard, the food is wide-ranging – from monkfish teriyaki to hunger steak, there’s something for everyone.

GrandsBoulevardsHotel.com

Balagan
Bien Élevé
The Cod House

The Cod House

This Japanese tapas cocktail bar is a light and airy space with is based around izakayas, small bars where people meet for a drink and snack. There’s an impressive range of Japanese food to wash down with their signature cocktails.

TheCodHouse.fr

 

Bien Élevé

Meat lovers listen up! Head to this rustic yet modern setting where high-quality cuts are served for carnivores to enjoy alongside pureed parsnips, chunky fries and homemade sauces.

BienEleve.fr

 

Hero

Fans of crispy fried Korean chicken, or yangyeom, need to head over to Hero vite for a quick fix in this hip-hop vibe hangout. Accompany with homemade sauces, salads and inventive house cocktails – we also loved the soju (distilled rice liquor).

Quixotic-Projects.com/Hero
 

Carbón

Carbon is dedicated to cooking sustainable ingredients simply over fire. Think beef cheek with potato gnocchi, chanterelles and onions; or scallops with cedar, oysters and mushrooms. Down in the basement, you’ll find speakeasy La Mina, with its intimate smoking room, serving classic cocktails and small plates.

CarbonParis.com

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Sophia van den Hoek Photography

Malro

On the upper Marais, Malro is a modern brewery that offers Mediterranean cuisine such as half-cooked bluefin tuna with salsa verde and candied peppers; and lamb keftas with tahini, greek yogurt and harissa. Enjoy it in trendy interiors featuring white-washed walls, hanging lamps and a plethora of modern art and plants.

RestaurantMalro.Fr

 

Clamato

At Clamato, the menu is determined by daily deliveries from St-Jean-de-Luz, Concarneau and Île d'Yeu – its wild oysters are some of the freshest we’ve tried. Mullet ceviche with squash and coriander; bonito tataki with tamarind; and raw cuttlefish from Oléron, served with sesame and chili, are must-order dishes if they make onto the menu the day you visit.

Clamato-Charonne.Fr

 

LouLou

LouLou describes itself as “an aesthete’s abode” and has the air of a collector’s dining room decorated over time. Whether you opt to dine during the day or evening, you’ll be impressed with its pretty location at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs. Menus offer healthy mains such as seared tuna with grilled romaine hearts, followed by more indulgent desserts such as rice pudding with salted butter caramel, hazelnuts and Sicilian pistachios.

LouLou-Paris.com

Girafe

Girafe is on the rooftop of the Musée de l’Architecture at the Trocadéro. It’s the latest launch by Laurent de Gourcuff and Gilles Malafosse, the duo behind popular Parisian hotspots Monsieur Bleu and LouLou. This is a beautifully designed space with an art-deco vibe, modern seafood menu and a terrace with direct views of the Eiffel Tower.

GirafeParis.com

 

Eataly

Opened in 2019, Eataly Paris is in the Marais district. Spread over three floors, the venue offers seven different restaurants and eight market counters, including a butcher, baker, cheesemonger and fresh pasta stand, plus fruit and vegetable stalls in an open-air space. It also offers the largest Italian wine cellar in Paris and has a cooking school.

Eataly.com

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