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We have been eating our way through some of the best new restaurants in Paris over the past few months. Below you will find some of our curated favorites that we recommend. Start off this spring with a new list of places to help you eat your way through the city!


Quinoa craquant Aubergine Saté © Rina Nurra -
Quinoa craquant Aubergine Saté © Rina Nurra –

One of Paris’ most famed chefs, Jean-François Piège has a new restaurant in the heart of Saint Germain Des Près serving wholesome contemporary French cooking in an open kitchen/dining space. The tiny narrow space has become one of the most in-demand reservations in Paris. They should be opening an online reservation system soon to make the process easier.
Address : 5 Rue Perronet,75007


Hexagone – ©Jérôme Galland

Hexagone, a new restaurant in the 16th arrondissement, puts a modern spin on the traditional French cuisine. Chef Mathieu Pacaud, son of the great Bernard Pacaud, has opted to take his patrons on a culinary adventure of French haute-cuisine through his eyes. From the large open spaces to the ultra-modern decor, this restaurant is sure to become a new Paris favorite!

Address : 85 Avenue Kléber, 75016
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From the American culinary duo behind Verjus and Verjus Wine Bar comes Ellsworth, a new small-plates restaurant and wine bar. The food takes some American comfort foods to a new culinary level. Their famed fried chicken from Verjus Wine Bar has made the move to Ellsworth and you can find a new favorite, rabbit corn-dogs on the menu which are well-worth a try!
Address : 34 Rue de Richelieu, 75001

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