Rated by locals as one of the prettiest terraces in Paris, this restaurant, which is an Art Déco style pavilion, features a gorgeous terrace that butts up against the length of the beautiful Parc... Read More
Rated by locals as one of the prettiest terraces in Paris, this restaurant, which is an Art Déco style pavilion, features a gorgeous terrace that butts up against the length of the beautiful Parc Montsouris in the 14th arrondissement. You will mostly find locals and business people dining here for lunch, especially on days when the weather is favorable (meaning, do reserve in advance!). Sébastien Dagoneau, the chef trained under some of the city's greats including Alain Senderens, formerly of Lucas Carton, and offers refined choices such as foie gras served with a chutney of tropical fruits and sides such as baked macaroni with foie gras. Their wine list offers good choices that go along well with the "noble ingredients" of his menu.
20, rue Gazan
- Outdoor Dining: "Not a go-to spot for many tourists, this location offers you an authentic glimpse into how the business crowd does lunch. And for this price, you will be able to afford the fine dining here, on one of the city's prettiest terraces overlooking a gorgeous 19th century park."
- Best for Outdoor Dining Because: When you seek an authentic dining experience in a restaurant with a beautiful terrace where the Parisians go, this choice fits the bill.