Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Paris

Pamela Popo
Found in the Marais, Pamela Popo is a stylish book-lined bistro offering indoor and al fresco dining, with a menu of delicious French dishes.
Hotel Panache
A chic and trendy, although oddly-shaped hotel in the 9th arrondissement, Hotel Panache offers glamorous accommodations and a popular on-site restaurant.
Frenchie
Gregory Marchand’s Frenchie restaurant, found in the Rue de Nil, has achieved cult status for its fine food and wonderful atmosphere – it’s easy to see why.
Huîtrerie Régis
Much like the bivalve it serves, Huîtrerie Régis is small, but perfectly formed, serving freshly-shucked oysters, with wine and bread and butter.
Le Saint Hotel
In terms of style, service and amenities, Le Saint Hotel in Saint-Germain-des-Pres is practically saintly. Guests almost never want to leave.
Semilla
A creative, modern restaurant serving dishes that hold vegetables in just as high esteem as meat, Semilla is not your typical Parisian restaurant.
Vivant
In the hands of chef Pierre Touitou and sommelier Clément Jeannin, Vivant offers great food, natural wine and much-loved kitchen playlists.
Maison Albar Hotel Paris Céline
A boutique hotel near the Seine, Maison Albar Hotel Paris Céline embodies classic French elegance, with chic interiors and a delicious restaurant.
Dirty Dick
A Polynesian-themed bar with dozens of rums on offer and some potent flaming cocktails, Dirty Dick is cheeky of name, flamboyant of style, and full of fun.
Buvette Gastrothèque
The sister sibling of Buvette Gastrothèque, the Paris outpost of the same name offers bistro classics and innovative twists in its trendy So-Pi setting.
Le Terroir Parisien
Chef Yannick Alleno turns his Michelin-starred talent to offering affordable, creative bistro fare at Le Terroir Parisien at the Maison de la Mutualité.
The Broken Arm
A concept store and cafe, The Broken Arm is tastefully decorated and filled with a curated selection of pieces from fashion to lifestyle.
Sephora
Bones
Following the gastronomic success of head chef Henry James at tapas bistro Au Passage in the 11e, local foodies gave a shout of triumph at the opening of his de
Pershing Hall
Pozzetto
Pozzetto is internationally acclaimed for its superb ice cream and delicious coffee.
Chez Paul
L’Homme Bleu
Unbeatable Moroccan cuisine is served till late at this no-frills restaurant.
L’Ecailler du Bistrot
Fantastic choice for fresh seafood and delicious desserts.
Pop In
As Hoxton as you can get in Paris.
La Fontaine
An atmospheric jazz bar that does it for the music and not for the money.
La Nuit Elastique
Rubber, latex, leather dress code. Enough said.
Yukiko
Vintage delights and original finds.
Running in Paris
Feeling a little bit bloated after some wonderful food, then what better way to work it off than to go running in Paris along the banks of the Seine.
Zadig & Voltaire
Shine
All the brands you could ask for in this boutique.
Marni
Marché Saint Pierre
This shopping district is where couturiers and amateur craftsmen alike go for the finest in local and imported silk, duchesse satin and tulle. The display of colour and texture is well worth a wander for passers-by.
Kitsuné
French and Japanese creative collaboration creates Kitsune.
Emporio Armani & Armani Caffè
Part of the ginormous Armani empire, this boutique consists of ready-to-wear luxury clothing and accessories for both men and women. There's also a cafe and bookshop at this Armani address.
Chloé
Classic and Paris are two words we like to here when talking about fashion.
American Apparel
Market
Les Fous de L’Île
A quirky cabinet of curiosities that serves home-cooked French fare.
Le Réfectoire
Trend-setting chef Inaki Aizpitarte serves high-quality fare amidst art-school-chic design.
La Mosquée de Paris
A North African oasis that offers refreshment for the body and the soul.
Café de l’Homme
Dine with the Parisian well-to-do and a view of the Eiffel Tower.
Café Français
Modern French bistro from the Hotel Costes brand located in hip Bastille...
Café Noir
You will definitely be tempted to overindulge at this eclectic Parisian bistro.
Benoît
A classic bistro founded in 1912 with a traditional French menu.

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