This could be the luckiest restaurant in Paris, with possibly the most spectacular décor of any building in the city. Constructed in 1900, some of the period’s most renowned painters were commissioned to work on the walls and ceiling. Each painting is beautifully set within the golden-wood paneling that runs throughout the restaurant, and the leather bench seating only adds to the luxury. It’s not hard to believe that figures such as Salvador Dali and Coco Chanel dined here regularly. Once you collect your jaw from the floor, we hope you can focus on your meal, which is sure to be worthy of its location.
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