A sophisticated salon of whitewashed brick and white linen with an open kitchen. This is French cuisine from Japanese chef-owner Ryuji Teshima, backed by executive chef Kenichi Handa and enhanced with some Nipponese techniques. Teshi, as he’s known, opened Pages in 2014 after a stint apprenticed to the famous Parisian butcher Hugo Desnoyer, so look out for his rarefied treatment of flesh and fowl. A €65 ($75) lunch menu would be a steal anywhere in Paris, but especially in the conservative Chaillot district, which Teshi has shaken up with Pages and its groovy younger sibling, 116 Pages.
- Average price per person $70
- Tasting menu from $95
- Lunch and dinner: Mon – Fri Annual closing: August
- +33 1 47 20 74 94
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4 Rue Auguste Vacquerie, Chaillot, Paris, 75116 Paris