A stone's throw from Place de l'Etoile, Le Hide serves authentic Parisian food fused with Japanese techniques and flavors. The restaurant itself is not opulent or grand, but rather fairly small and basic. If you treasure good meals, though, then give Le Hide a shot. There are a few foie gras dishes, all of which are well-crafted. For a main dish, try the pan fried cod, it is as soft as butter and a guest favorite. Booking by phone or online is usually necessary, as the restaurant tends to fill up quickly.
La Fabbrica simply put is value Italian food at a fair price. The menu features unpretentious... Read more