Neige d’été – Paris

Neige d’été: Creative and contemporary contact@neigedete.fr 12, rue de l’Amiral Roussin, 75 015 Paris +33 1 42 73 66 66 www.neigedete.fr   Chef: Hideki Nishi   Restaurant Neige d’été is owned and run by the Japanese chef Hideki Nishi. Neige d’été, which means summer snow, is located in the 15th district of Paris with easy […]

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A.T. Atsushi Tanaka – Paris

A.T. Paris: the Picasso of the kitchen  Online Reservations 4 Rue du Cardinal Lemoine, 75005 Paris 0033 1 56 81 94 08 www.atsushitanaka.com Closed Sunday and Monday Chef: Atsushi Tanaka Atsushi Tanaka is a real culinary artist. We started following him few years ago on social media and his artwork often got our attention. After a tour […]

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L’Astrance – Paris

L’Astrance: French Fusion cooking 4 rue Beethoven, 75016 Paris 0033 1 40 50 84 40 Closed Saturday, Sunday, and Monday Chef: Pascal Barbot Paris Restaurant L’Astrance is probably one of the city’s most sought-after tables. The single dining room of this three star temple only hosts 26 covers. We first met chef Pascal Barbot during […]

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Saturne – Paris

Saturne: “Not good but great!” Chef: Sven Chartier                                                                  Sommelier: Ewen Lemoigne Travelling from Brussels is due to the perfect Eurostar schedules almost easier than driving to work in Belgium. How to plan your day if you only have one meeting to do in Paris? The two previous visits to Saturne convinced me that after the […]

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KGB Kitchen Galerie Bis – Paris

KGB: Kitchen Galerie Bis Chef: William Ledeuil In addition to restaurant ‘Ze kitchen galerie’, KGB or restaurant ‘kitchen galerie bis’ is the other facet Ledeuil William culinary adventure. The second chapter of his story combines French sharing dishes with Asian inspired bowl dishes. The restaurant is located in the Saint-Michel area, close to the Blvd […]

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Akrame – Paris

Akrame: A Paris dinner in style Chef: Benallal Akrame  Restaurant Akrame from chef Benallal Akrame is one of the hottest Paris culinary spots since it opened in 2011. Past winter, nearly two years after a first very nice dinner, we went back for a new adventure. Akrame is located in a side street of the […]

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Atelier Rodier – Paris

Atelier Rodier: ‘Bistronomic pleasure in bustling Paris’ Chef: Santiago Torrijos                                               During every visit we make to Paris we try to combine one more stylish restaurant together with a new ‘Bistronomie’ discovery. During our last shopping weekend at the end of June both restaurant MaSa and Atelier Rodier were chosen for a relaxing evening […]

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Passage 53** – Paris

Passage 53: ‘Inventive cuisine in a city kept secret place’ Chef: Shinichi Sato                              Paris has so many culinary delights and for this trip we followed some blog recommendations, posting about a great gastronomical walk through Passage’s menu. Restaurant Passage 53 can be found (after a good stressful hunt) in an authentic covered small […]

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Akrame – Paris

Akrame: ‘Innovative fine dining close to the Arc de Triomphe’ Chef: Benallal Akrame                                               During our last Paris trip we wanted to combine our other Bistronomie adventures with a more classical styled experience. We had heard that Akrame, a new place to be in the 16th, got recently rewarded with lots of promising reviews. […]

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Vivant Table – Paris

Vivant Table: ‘Paris style cave à manger full of Natural wines’ Chef: Sota M.                                                   Inspired by Pierre Jancou Natural wine inspirator ‘Pierre Jancou’ relaunched Vivant Table last year with a […]

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