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The Beefbar in Paris

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I have always liked the BeefBar in Monaco. In fact, I thought that Paris didn’t have a trendy steakhouse. This is now possible with the BeefBar since late 2018 by Riccardo Giraudi, instead of Fermette Marbeuf on the street with the same name.

 

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The Ducasse sur Seine

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If you’re looking for a bewitching brief aside, for a lunch or dinner, while enjoying the view of the Parisian monuments. You think of…? Of course, the new restaurant of Alain Ducasse! 

He lost his exclusivity to Jules Vernes but failing to take flight, the latter switched over to …

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The Brunch at Hotel de Crillon

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I love being in Paris on a Sunday, to try out new brunches! In this case, I loved the one at Crillon!

First surprise: the brunch isn’t held in one of the hotel restaurants, but is organized in the historic lounges on the 1st floor, with …

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The Brach

Always on the look-out for new trends and new spots in Paris, I went to Brach 3 times, during its first month of opening. 

Let’s begin with the decoration, signed by Philippe Stark, which is both modern and contemporary at the same time.  However, this is intensified with the “boudoir” …

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The Bauhinia

For those who sometimes hesitate going through the doors of a palace, at Bauhinia, you can go with your eyes closed. 

Making the most of an extraordinary experience of a palace at such a good price, it would be a shame not to.
Are you looking for new flavors? Chef Christophe …

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The Brunch at Plaza Athénée

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If one your gourmet dreams leans on a meal at the Plaza Athénée in their authentic restaurant room, but a 3*dinner menu seems really over-priced to you, I would like to offer you a pleasant compromise. 

Every week-end, the Alain Ducasse restaurant offers a brunch with a wealth of Danish pastries, a choice …

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