Paris has the world’s most contemporary cuisine and modern design that will surely fascinate both the sense of sight and taste. In the iconic city of light dining out is more than a random dinner, restaurants want to provide the avant-garde and extraordinary culinary experience to their clients and the atmosphere is often as important as the food. These temples of cuisine are amongst the world’s most beautiful restaurants, places where fine food and delectable design come together. These are Paris’s most amazing modern restaurants that will surely attract both the sense of sight and taste.
L’Arc Paris Restaurant The restaurant large windows are right across from the famed Arc de Triumph, one of Paris’ most popular landmarks. The contemporary and edgy interior design was made by Prospect Design, a French interior firm.
Kong The ultramodern decor is signed by Philippe Starck, the menu by Fumiko Kono. Halfway between Paris and Tokyo, you’ll be surrounded by Louis XV armchairs, plasma screens, a fluorescent staircase and a carpet of pebbles. Kong is very Parisian, luxurious and accessible at the same time to all.
L’Opéra Restaurant It took Pierre François Blanc the restaurant director five years to get to opening night. Set in under arcades that were once used for horse-drawn carriages, architect Odile Decq has created an organic, curvaceous structure, which glides between the walls and ceiling without touching any of the original structure.
Maison Blanche Restaurant Elegant and streamlined, the Maison Blanche, the restaurant that sits atop the Theatre de Champs Elysées, is one of the most romantic Paris dining venues. Designed by Imaad Rahmouni, a former associate of Philippe Starck’s, the restaurant assumes different personas according to day time or night time.
Le Ciel De Paris Paris, the big screen is emphasized in the new decor designed by Noé Duchaufour-Lawrence, which gives the impression of timelessness. Each element of the decor plays its part: the pebble-bar polished by the light with amber caramel coloured seats and textured materials … creates a magical, hazy vision.
Place Vendome This little gem is hidden right in plain sight. Its address speaks volumes but for years, with all the ritzy addresses around it, it has remained the whispered local lunch favorite for businessmen and women with taste, class and an office to get back to in the afternoon. Publics Drugstore The Publicis Drugstore has become a phenomenon as the ideal trendy Parisian meeting place. The refined and naturally lit dining room with its huge central bar with Corian inlays and its large bay window allows you to watch the chic indifference of the passers-by on the Champs-Elysées in the 8th district.
Lazare Another newbie on the Parisian dining scene, Lazare is the relaxed restaurant that is 3-Michelin-starred Chef Eric Frechon’s. Many know of Frechon from his role as culinary Godfather at Le Bristol. Lazare sets quite apart in style, tone and atmosphere.