Hotel George V

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Chez l’Ami Louis
One of Paris’ most difficult table to book, this timeworn bistro, made famous by Chirac and Clinton, and frequented by pretty much every celebrity who passes through town, attracts Parisians and jetsetters for gargantuan entrecotes cooked in butter over a wood-burning fire, with shoestring frites, thick slabs of foie gras and fine wines. Bookings are accepted only two weeks in advance, and prices are stratospheric, but dining here is an unforgettable experience.
32 rue du Vertbois, 75003
+33 1 48 87 77 48
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Jules Verne
Frédéric Anton succeeded to Alain Ducasse at the Jules Verne before the pandemic and after monthes of renovation offering a more contemporary seating to this iconic restaurant. The 3 Stars chef created a brand new menu, still focusing on french cuisine and only working with seasonal and locale products. The plates are graphic, as if food was related with our dear Eiffel Tower. A unique experience.
Champs de Mars – Pilier Sud – 2nd floor of the Eiffel Tower, 75007
+33 1 45 55 61 44
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Voltaire
Located in the Carré des Antiquaires on Rive Gauche, the Voltaire welcomes Antique dealers and their clientele or politicians from the nearby Assemblée Nationale, that Mr. Antoine, the owner, welcomes in person and treats like royalties in this so chic little brasserie. The carte proposes standards of the French cuisine and if the “Oeuf Mayonnaise” is the joke of the menu, prices continue to rise beyond reason, but the many regulars are loyal to the place that they consider like their private club.
27 Quai Voltaire, 75007
+33 1 42 61 17 49
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Relais de l’Entrecôte
The Relais de l’Entrecote, which literally translates to Steak House, is not only a brasserie but a cult for the Parisian crowd that lines up outside, hoping to get a table to taste this perfect classic French dish. No alternative but the salad with walnut and mustard dressing, and a thin-cut entrecote steak with shoestring French fries and special secret sauce. The rickety, white-clothed tables are packed together, elbow to elbow dining is de rigueur. No reservation, first-come first-serve policy, this place is packed for lunch and dinner every single day.
15 rue Marbeuf, 75008
+33 1 49 52 07 17
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A Noste
This is the third restaurant that Julien Duboué opened in Paris, and since opened it’s always a success. What is special about it is the large choice of creative tapas style inspired by Basque cuisine (South West of France) served on large high host tables. Very friendly atmosphere and you can also dine in the food truck and watch the lively crowd that fills up the place. On the upper floor, the ambience is more quiet and invites you to taste excellent meat matured by the Chef himself. Please note that there is no bookings for the tapas part.
6bis rue du 4 Septembre 75002
+33 1 43 20 96 30
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Le Récamier
With its specialty of soufflés, well, Le Récamier is not really a one of a kind but our prefered place for this specialty out of a very short list. Ideally located in Saint-Germain, just a short walk from Le Bon Marché, this restaurant in a dead end street offers a lovely terrace which is so enjoyable from Spring to Autumn. Chic clientele and reasonable prices.
4 rue Récamier, 75007
+33 1 45 48 86 58
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L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon
This concept restaurant, created by one of the world’s greatest chefs offers a gastronomic cuisine at a tapas-style bar counter with half-size and full dishes, and a fine selection of wines by the glass and bottle. Bookings are accepted for lunch at 11h30 and dinner at 6h30 pm. L’Atelier obtained its second Michelin star in 2008. Who would guess a few year ago that a restaurant serving at a counter would be part of the very elitist two-stars establishments? Now, the Atelier has two addresses including one next to the hotel, plus another spot which is more like a modern bistro (Dassaï)
Hôtel du Pont Royal 5 rue de Montalembert, 75007
+33 1 42 22 56 56 or
Publicis Drugstore
133, avenue des Champs Elysées, 75008
+33 1 47 23 75 75
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La Tour d’Argent
Oldest restaurant in Paris, La Tour d’Argent has a common point with the George V as André Terrail has been the owner of both establishment in early 1900’s. La Tour d’Argent is reputed for offering an impressive view over the center of Paris. Obviously, the reputation also comes from the gourmet cuisine that always paid tribute to the French culinary tradition, currently handled by Yannick Franques. Impressive wine list.
17 Quai de la Tournelle, 75005
+33 1 43 54 23 31
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concierge@hotelgeorgevparis.com
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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