spinexpo
2nd
 Session Paris
 03/04/05 July 2017

VENUE

Where to eat in Paris

BONVIVANT

MAMA SHELTER

KUNITORAYA

Three categories of restaurants in Paris:

BISTROT

LES PAPILLES
30, rue Gay-Lussac
75005 – Paris
Booking: 01.43.25.20.79
Average price: €28/35


Colorful mosaic tile floors, individual bouquets on every table, a polished wood enotecca and straightforward, generous cuisine: pea gazpacho with croutons, bacon, fresh mint and cream, very tender lamb from the Pyrenees with Mediterranean vegetables.

BONVIVANT
7, rue des Ecoles
75005 – Paris
Booking: 01.43.26.51.34
Average price: €28/34


Open all day, everyday, this all-in-one spot is a godsend for early risers, students and anyone in a hurry, with its eclectic and affordable menu, from octopus and fennel salad to Chavassieux sausage and mashed potatoes.

MA BICHE
16, rue Veron
75018 – Paris
Booking: 01.42.58.22.20
Average price: €30/44


An old French bistro run by a duo who love regional cuisine: bloody Correzian prime rib, steak tartare with hand-cut fries, roast bass flambéed with smoked vodka, spelt risotto with snails, laguiole cheese, garlic and walnuts.

LE MOLITOR
10, av. de la porte Molitor
75016 – Paris
Booking: 01.56.07.08.69
Average price: €52/92


A splendid Art Deco outdoor pool that was incomprehensibly abandoned for twenty-five years, and just remodeled as a luxury hotel two years ago. You’ll find good decent comfort food at the restaurant but the setting is so extraordinary that it is well worth a visit, especially when you can go for a dip in the pool after lunch.

PLACES TO SEE AND BE SEEN

MONSIEUR BLEU
Palais de Tokyo, 13, av. du President Wilson,
75016 – Paris
Booking: 01.47.20.90.47
Average price: €50/90


The Palais de Tokyo’s chic brasserie has an impressive Art Deco dining room with bronze walls and velvet benches, a terrace with a view of the Seine and the Eiffel Tower and serves up sophisticated dishes like Breton lobster salad with mango and avocado.

MAMA SHELTER
109, rue de Bagnolet
75020 – Paris
Booking: 01.43.48.48.48
Average price: €38/80


A very new concept hotel restaurant fashion and design. After a Hemingway-inspired daiquiri, dig into a really delicious Bellota chorizo pizza or glazed pork ribs while seated on the popular terrace with a view of the Petite Ceinture railway.

HOTEL AMOUR
8, rue de Navarin
75009 – Paris
Booking: 01.48.78.31.80
Average price: €35/50


Nine years of after its opening, Hotel Amour is still ‘the’ place to see and be seen in Paris. There is a charming interior courtyard filled with succulents, red moleskin leather benches, photographs of pin-ups hung on creamy-coloured walls and of course, sophisticated cuisine.

LE COSTES
239, rue Saint-Honoré
75001 – Paris
Booking: 01.42.44.50.25
Average price: €46/200


The Costes brother’s flagship hotel restaurant was given a sumptuous Napoleon III – inspired feel by Jacques Garcia, and it is the perfect spot for a glass of Champagne and a magnificent veal prime rib from Hugo Desnoyer, topped off with a scrumptious flaky strawberry tart for dessert…

EAST MAMMA
133, rue du Fbg Saint Antoine
75011 – Paris
Booking: 01.43.41.32.15
Average price: €25/35


Wheels of parmesan cheese, vats of olive oil, a green marble bar and Napoletana-style pizzas with extra-thin crusts, generously topped with genuine Italian sausage, mozzarella, straccialla, peppers, onions and raw zucchini…

ASIAN FUSION FOOD

KUNITORAYA
5, rue Villedo
75001 – Paris
Booking: 01.47.03.07.74
Average price: €35/50


A magnificent bistro from the early 1900’s that now serves udon, donburi or “ryoma”, their famous €70 tapas dinner with decadent small plates like veal sweetbreads, caviar and Kobe beef.

NEW WORLD
15, avenue de Choisy
75013 – Paris
Booking: 09.84.35.42.36
Average price: €15/20


The menu of this discreet Hong Kong-inspired restaurant is full of well-prepared Cantonese specialties: perfect pork dumplings, spicy stir-fried crab or frog legs, and even a few extremely spicy Sichuan specialties.

LAO LANE XANG
102, avenue d’Ivry
75013 – Paris
Booking: 01.45.85.19.23


On one side of Avenue d’Ivry, there is the small, simple and always-packed Lao Lane Xang 1, and on the other side of the street the bigger and more modern Lao Lane Xang 2. Whichever one you end up in, the menus are practically identical and both are full of good Laotian cuisine.

KGB (Kitchen Galerie Bis)
25, rue des Grands Augustins
75006 – Paris
Booking: 01.46.33.00.85
Average price: €29/36


Small dishes fusing the flavours of France and Asia are prepared with gusto and served in bursts, like guinea fowl cooked three different ways, with peas, new carrots and a Thai reduction, or a glacial strawberry ice cream with lemon balm and rhubarb confit.





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