This restaurant, located just off the Champs-Élysées, embodies a mixture of modern excellence and historical significance. Originally opened in 1779, this restaurant has seen its fair share of historical figures. Reportedly, Napoleon and Josephine even met at this very restaurant and artists such as Monet and Zola were regulars. Through this whole time, Pavillion LeDoyen has evolved into a gourmet, three-Michelin-star dining experience. For an entree, try the turbot with black truffles and potatoes or the John Dory with sweet & sour sauce. The lamb filet with sausage and artichokes will provide a taste of traditional French cooking with a modern twist. A sommelier can pair your foods with magnificent wines. The desserts are a must.
Located on the Montagne Sainte- Geneviève, next to the Panthéon, Saint-Étienne-du-Mont represents ea... Read more