Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Paris

Allard
The perfect little bistro, full of character and quintessentially French.
Le Murano
A funky restaurant serving modern French fare with an international twist.
Le Miroir
Old-school feel with new style classics close to Gare du Nord.
Le Jules Verne
Enjoy fabulous food and views from 125m up the Eiffel Tower.
Le Cristal Room
The menu is as glistening as the chandeliers. Worth visiting if only for the novelty toilets.
Le Comptoir du Relais
Famous chef Yves Camdeborde wanted to get back to basics when he opened this tiny left bank restaurant. The old school décor harks back to Paris' golden age (although it's new) as does the unpretentious mouth-watering food.
Le Chateaubriand
The name suggests a conservative establishment but this restaurant is young and fun.
L’Atelier de Joel Robechon
A concept restaurant that really delivers; L'Atelier is worth a visit.
Jean-Francois Piege
Cosy French comfort food in a chic apartment atmosphere.
Drouant
Magnificent upscale brasserie with superchef Antoine Westermann.
Chez Julien
One of the best views and the best steak and chips in Paris.
Chez Janou
It's all about the warm sunny south at this informal bistro serving Provençal food and wines.
Brasserie Lipp
An authentic brasserie once frequented by the likes of Satre and Hemingway.

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