Let’s take a journey through incredible interior design in restaurants in Paris!
If you’re just now getting ready to visit Equip’Hôtel this November, from the 11th to the 15th, then you must be thinking about exactly where to grab something to eat while visiting this incredible city. However, if you do want to make the most of your trip to find out more about the world of design, then we have a selection of the best modern and stunning restaurants in Paris for design lovers to feast their eyes (and mouth) on!
Le Grand Restaurant
7 rue d’Aguesseau, 8th arrondissement; jeanfrancoispiege.com
A bold and elegant modern style restaurant of a young chef (Jean-Francois Piège), just awarded 2 Michelin stars, is everything we could ever dream of. If you’re an interior design lover, this restaurant is for you, offering you an harmonic and peaceful but youthful and modern ambiance with incredible marble walls and open kitchen, grey cement walls that works perfectly with the furniture, glass ceiling with geometric patterns, thick gray honeycomb-pattern carpeting, and beautiful dining chairs that are just as comfortable as they are sophisticated and colorful.
Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athenee
25 Avenue Montaigne, 8th arrondissement; alain-ducasse.com
If you’re looking for a restaurant with a meat-free menu and the magic of Parisian interior design, then this one is tailor-made just for you. A deconstructed crystal chandelier, in which each piece of cut crystal is suspended from an invisible wire, takes the core center place of this restaurant’s ceiling. There is a fleet of flying-saucer-style chrome banquettes and an oversize hooded loveseat, creating a clean and daring look that gives us a certain 1960s retro-Futurist charm.
Restaurant David Toutain
29 rue Surcouf, 7th arrondissement; davidtoutain.com
The chef of this restaurant, David Toutain, is not just a rapidly rising star in Paris with incredible talent for cuisine, but also a lover of modern design, which his restaurant smartly and beautifully takes on as its aesthetic identity. With a minimalist decor, teal-blue walls and custom-made oak tables with ceramic insert centerpieces, this restaurant certainly impresses anyone who visits. “The look of the restaurant is as much a part of the story I tell as the dishes I serve,” says Toutain, and he couldn’t be more right about that. His restaurant is the embodiment of his own ideology and passion, and we certainly recommend it to anyone who visits the city of lights.
80 rue de Charonne, 11th arrondissement; septime-charonne.fr
One of the most sought after restaurants in Paris, Septime holds a bohemian look inside that certainly wow’s. The chef, Bertrand Grébaut, created this style in its restaurants within a former furniture workshop in eastern Paris, decorating this new space with polished anthracite-color cement floors, sleek Danish-modern chairs, and tables made from rough gray recycled wood. You’ll find this to be a restaurant you just won’t be able to resist in your journey through French cuisine.
85 Avenue de Kléber, 16th arrondissement; hexagone-paris.fr
Hexagone impresses not only for its cuisine but also for its decor. It’s a restaurant that is intended to plot a new course for haute cuisine in Paris.designed in a modern lounge style by interior architects Patrick Gilles and Dorothée Boissier, the space features impeccable lighting and tongue-in-cheek wall coverings and other graphics that were inspired by Alice in Wonderland.
Café de l’Homme
17 Place du Trocadéro, 16th arrondissement; cafedelhomme.com
After a makeover, this modern restaurant has become one of the most stylish new tables in Paris, and certainly a must visit for design lovers. The building is in dates all the way back to 1937 and with this new makeover, they smartly and respectfully kept the art deco look of the space, with views of the Eiffel Tower, the Champ de Mars, and the Jardins du Trocadéro, but made it warmer with sand-color cedar walls and ash-and-marble tables. The key element of this restaurant’s decor? The lighting pieces by Alain Guilhot, subtle and intimate, that give the space a much more modern and sophisticated ambiance.
20 Avenue du Président Wilson, 16th arrondissement; monsieurbleu.com
One of the best looking restaurants in Paris in the last years, this restaurant won’t disappoint you if you’re looking for an elegant place to eat with incredible design. Dirand renewed the glamour of the building’s 20th-century rooms, making them warmer and more comfortable while retaining original touches such as the Lalique inserts. Brass ocean-liner lanterns and plenty of green marble create an atmosphere of sensuality and elegance that you’d expect to find in the city of lights.
Sur Mesure par Thierry Marx
251 rue Saint-Honoré, 1st arrondissement; mandarinoriental.com/paris
This restaurant is mostly decorated in all white so the center focus will be the chef’s artful dishes. It’s not only incredibly beautiful, but the chef brings you an amazing menu with French cuisine’s best dishes, molecular-gastronomy–influenced, something you definitely have to try once you visit Paris.
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