Best Grands Boulevards Restaurants In Paris

Best Grands Boulevards Restaurants In Paris

Published on 18 August 2017 in Flavour & Gastronomy

Best Grands Boulevards restaurants in Paris is a subject near and dear to our hearts here at Les Plumes Hotel, and we’d like to share our passion with you. In our previous blogs we told you about the history of the renowned Grands Boulevards of Paris, how they became so fashionable, and of their continued appeal today. We also told you that this time around we would recommend some excellent restaurants, and we always keep our promises. Here’s where you can enjoy fine food and great service within an easy walking distance of Les Plumes Hotel.

Best Grands Boulevards restaurants in Paris recommended by Les Plumes Hotel

Le Marivaux is a traditional Parisian brasserie on the boulevard des Italiens near the Opera Garnier. So don’t be surprised if you see the actors and performers popping in here as it’s a particular favourite with that community. It has a true family atmosphere and offers a wide choice of dishes for all tastes, with fondue and raclette being specialities.

Le Paradis du Fruit takes its cue from the Garden of Eden and offers a fruit and salad paradise, but here the fruit is not forbidden, and this is a paradise of gleaming floors and polished stainless steel. In fact this specialised restaurant offers fresh fruits and salads in several original combinations guaranteed to make your mouth water. This tempting location is also to be found on the boulevard des Italiens, as is the following…

The eye-catching, glass fronted, modern décor splendour of Le Grand B restaurant is an irresistible invitation to step inside and share in the contemporary spirit. The downstairs is a café style restaurant. The upstairs area specialises in grills and spit roasts and has an open kitchen where you can watch the meat slowly turning on the griddle and roaster oven.

Au Petit Riche, on the rue le Peletier, was established in 1854. Naturally it embodies the ambience of old Paris, with engraved mirrors, brass and velvet. Combining classic French cuisine with a chic bistro tradition, it is simply not to be missed, and is famous for its Gillardeau oysters.


Picture copyright holder : Tourist office Paris - Photographer Marc Bertrand

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