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  • Bel Canto - Italian cuisine & live opera image

Bel Canto - Italian cuisine & live opera

72 Quai Hôtel De Ville, Paris

weblebelcanto.com phone+33 142 78 30 18

Bel Canto is absolutely the unique restaurant; during your meal (first-class Italian cuisine) you can enjoy a live arias from classical operas (Verdi, Puccini...) performed by by the rising stars of tomorrow, singing exclusively for you and your friends. The performaces are very evening. It is really an extraordinary experience under the motto: "Les dinners Lyriques".

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  • La Coupole - sea food brasserie image

La Coupole - sea food brasserie

102 Bd du Montparnasse, 75014 Paris

weblacoupole-paris.com phone+33 143 20 14 20

A true Art Deco masterpiece (the collums are painted by such artists as Brancusi and Chagall), La Coupole is the famous brasserie. It is the symbol of Montparnasse's history, as well as a key component of the art of living and socialising in Paris. The reason for visiting this enormous, 450-seat brasserie, designed by the Solvet brothers and opened in 1927, is more history than gastronomy.

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Les Ombres restaurant

27 Quai Branly, Museum, Paris

weblesombres-restaurant.com phone+33 147 53 68 11

More fascinating view on the Eiffel tower doesn´t exist! Les Ombres boasts by the unique glass roof and a summer terrace where is a fantastic view on this symbol of Paris. The restaurant is located in the Musée du Quai Branly and offers top-class French cuisine. Especially in the night the view is impressive. It is a great place for a romantic dinner. .

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Juliean - brasserie

16 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis, Paris 10e

webjulienparis.com phone+33 147 70 12 06

One of the finest Parisian brasseries transports guests back to the beginning of the 20th century, to the heyday of Art Nouveau. Decorated with beautiful glass panels, the brasserie is a lovely place for after-theatre dinners where everyone can enjoy a delicious home-made goose cassoulet or succulent escalopes of foie gras pan-fried with grapes. Don’t hesitate to round of the meal with the irresistible profiteroles.

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Senderens brasserie

9 Place de la Madeleine, Paris

websenderens.fr phone+33 1 42 65 22 90

Located on the famous Place de la Madeleine, this brasserie is definitely a place to go if you are looking for more of a contemporary style of French cuisine but with a renowned chef that still provides the quality you would expect and has already gained a two star Michelin award. The prices are not too high, average price for a dish is 40-50 euro.

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Le Train Bleu Restaurant

1st Floor, Lyon station, 75012 Paris

weble-train-bleu.com phone +33 143 430 906

This is undoubtedly the most beautiful train-station restaurant in the world! Situated inside the train-station of Gare de Lyon, the Train Bleu was opened in 1901. The greatest painters contributed to the magnificent decor. The golden-wood paneling, the paintings, the brass luggage racks and the bench seats recreate the heavily ornamented atmosphere of the early 19th century. The brasserie cuisine is excellent!

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Le Dome du Marais

53 Bis Rue des Francs Bourgeois, Paris

webledomedumarais.fr phone+33 142 745 417

Enjoy relaxed atmosphere in a small covered courtyard! This restaurant serves classic French dishes such as joues de bœuf (beef cheeks) and often shellfish and fish. The location is sublime: a pre-Revolution building and former auction room with a glassed-in courtyard just down from the Archives Nationales. The octagonal-shaped dining room is a knockout, as is the ‘Humeur du Chef’ (Chef’s Mood) tasting menu at €52.

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  • L´Escargot Montorgueil - snails  image

L´Escargot Montorgueil - snails

38 Rue Montorgueil, Paris

webplus.google.com phone+33 142 368 351

A traditional French restaurant dating from 1832 with an Empire style. Marcel Proust, Charlie Chaplin, Pablo Picasso and Jackie Kennedy used to visit. The menu features not just the snails from which the name hails but also famous dishes from the market halls which used to be next door.

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Au Vieux restaurant Paris

24 Rue Chanoinesse, Paris

webauvieuxparis.fr phone+33 140 517 852

The Au Vieux is a cosy, romantic restaurant, located near cathedral Notre-Dame in a historic building from 1512. The facade of the building is covered by violet blooming plants and inside you will find an old fashioned decor with large wooden tables, beautiful old plates, the exposed stonework and the lighting by candle light. The traditional French cuisine with seasonal specialities has been cooked here since 1750. The restaurant is run by owners Odette & Georges.

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