114 Faubourg

Paris, France

Located in the palatial Le Bristol hotel, a city stay located right beside the Élysée Palace and which has enchanted Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dalí and Princess Grace of Monaco in their day, this renowned brasserie sits within Légion d’honneur-decorated chef Eric Frechon’s starry empire and offers finessed Parisian plates in an elegant dining space. Contemporary dishes remain respectful of classic techniques, so typical fare might include a delicate artichoke soup with pan-seared foie gras, a John Dory fillet doused in beurre blanc, an outrageously rich langoustine ravioli and a foie gras-cloaked pigeon. Don’t miss the restaurant’s signature dessert: the Bourbon-infused vanilla millefeuille layered with salted butter caramel. Compared to the regal whims of the rest of the hotel’s style – all florals, flounce and toile de Jouy accents – restaurant interiors here are relatively discreet. Dark aubergine-hued furnishings juxtapose hand-painted dahlias on egg yolk orange walls.

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11 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, Madeleine, Paris, 75008