Hotel George V


Le Duc
Perhaps Paris’ best fish restaurant, this discreet, insider establishment in a sedate residential area, is relatively unknown to the outside world. Decorated with a sober marine theme, locals pack the place every night to sample startlingly fresh seafood such as seabass tartar with salmon and escalops de Saint Pierre with vodka butter sauce.
243 boulevard Raspail, 75014
+33 1 43 20 96 30
Marius et Janette
The perfect spot to enjoy a sea bass from Brittany, a dover sole or one of the finest oyster selection. With its yacht-style mahogany décor, this institution of the golden triangle will satisfy the most demanding fish and seafood lovers.
4 avenue George V, 75008
+33 1 47 23 41 88
Les Fables de la Fontaine
Tiny (28 seats) modern fish restaurant, located in the chic 7th, offers a creative fish dishes with touches from the Basque region. Ambiance is very relaxed even though they hold 1 Michelin star and one can even enter the kitchen – the way to the bathrooms leads you right through it! Typical dishes include fillet of sea bass with mushrooms and mushroom foam, and fresh crab with a beetroot emulsion.
131 rue Saint-Dominique, 75007
+33 1 44 18 37 55
Tucked away in a small street between the Arc de Triomphe and rue Faubourg St. Honoré this small haven for fish lovers is mainly frequented by Parisians coming for the intimate ambiance and outstanding quality of produces. The décor is modern and chic but subtle and the excellent cooking totally focuses on the produces: Carpaccio of Dorade with lemon caviar, raw Tuna with yuzu and jalapenos, Sole meunière and delicious homemade desserts.
3 rue Berryer, 75008
+33 1 40 76 01 40
Huguette, bistro de la mer
Feels like being seated at one of those trendy spot along the Atlantic Ocean when you are actually seating in the heart of Saint-Germain des Prés in the busy rue de Seine. Lucky enough, you are seating on the lovely terrace enjoying a sumptuous seafood platter, a ceviche or traditional “moules frites”. This is Paris!
81 rue de Seine, 75006
+33 1 43 25 00 28
Another add to the Alain Ducasse restaurant empire, this legendary twenties fish and seafood restaurant has become again popular thanks to a revamped cuisine and dusting off of the classic brasserie décor, changing as little as possible. Famous dishes include giant seafood platters and their famous XXL éclairs. They recently moved into the Maison de l’Amérique Latine and is now offering one of the most confidential and charming terrasse in Paris. 
Maison de l’Amérique Latine
217 Boulevard Saint Germain, 75017

+33 1 49 54 75 10
Michel Rostang’s casual brasserie in the residential 17th offers excellent fish and seafood dishes in a casual grey and coral-colored setting. The famous 2 star Michelin chef’s contacts assure the freshest daily catches and certainly one of the best casual fish dinners in Paris.
9 Place du Maréchal Juin, 75017
+33 1 42 27 82 14
Le Pichet de Paris
Located off the Champs Elysées this fish and seafood restaurant has kept its Parisian spirit despite some tourists that, unsurprisingly, swap in from the Champs Elysées. Still the high tabs help in keeping a more Parisian clientele. The restaurant offers simple but excellent shellfish and oysters and well-prepared fish classics. Former President Mitterrand used to eat there and even ordered food for the Elysées Palace.
68 rue Pierre-Charron, 75008
+33 1 40 51 34 50
A famous Parisian trendy place, located by the Palais de Chaillot offering the atmosphere and decoration inspired from the 1930’s. The menu composed by chef Benoît Dargere is mainly focusing on sea products, from fish to seafood. The cuisine is simple yet well executed and the extra plus of the spot is the wonderful terrasse looking towards the Eiffel Tower.
Please note that last minute bookings are extremely complicated, we strongly suggest to reserve as soon as the bookings open (2 weeks prior the date).
1 Place du Trocadéro, 75116
+33 1 40 62 70 61
Hotel George V
31 avenue George V
75008 Paris, France
Ph.+33 1 49 52 71 07
Fax +33 1 49 52 70 05

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