5 spots in paris

5 spots in paris

18July, 2020

Hotel Brach Paris

One of the best kept secrets in Paris : this five-star hotel offers a beautiful 400 m² terrace designed and furnished by the famous Philip Stark. Located in the 16th arrondissement, the place offers a cocktail bar, various restaurants, a small delicatessen, with a spectacular view from one of the most hidden rooftops in the city. You'd better try the delicious spring rolls from one of the hottest chefs Adam Benthalah. If you plan to visit this place during the summer, try the mango glazed mochis. Now put your phone in airplane mode and enjoy!

Sola

Located in the 5th arrondissement, Sola is owned by one of the most talented Japanese chefs, Hiroki Yoshitake. Discover traditional Japanese cuisine mixed with a refined French touch. Remember to take off your shoes when you arrive and tell the waiter that you want to be considered a Japanese customer which means you won't be sitting around a table, but sitting on the floor in keeping with tradition Japanese. The main menu is a mix of what the French like to call “between land and sea”, a delicious mix of seafood and meat.
French-Japanese fusion and gourmet cuisine served in a vaulted cellar with stone walls.

The 39V

Haven of peace and privacy whose prestige is to offer its guests a unique, spacious and modern place, well located in the center of Paris . Unique and original, the restaurant is located on the 6th and last floor of a completely renovated Haussmannian building accessible by its own private elevator Le 39V is the intimate restaurant ideal for ordering French dishes such as cooked artichokes, raw sauce and tempura or grilled blue lobster from the Channel Islands accompanied by zucchini. As many Parisians will tell you, “luxury is an experience of choice”.

Chef Frédéric Vardon offers daring cuisine, in a chic panoramic setting, with sophisticated decoration.

Captain Fracasse

If you are planning to visit Paris with a delicious brunch, “Le Capitaine Fracasse” is the right place! Every Sunday, you can enjoy a cruise brunch facing the Seine, mixing typical French pastries and Benedictine eggs.
Treat yourself to a dinner cruise in a chic wooded setting in warm tones, with several options to choose from.

The Panoramic - Vincennes

Order your meal while watching one of the world's most famous horse races. Le Panoramique restaurant is an original and friendly place for lunches and dinners, private or professional, with a direct view of the track.