Top Restaurants in Paris from 2014

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Photo: www.ibaji.com

IBAJI

13 rue du Vertbois, 75003

This sweet little, slightly eccentric, restaurant serves up some serious Korean flare, and with a smile! The decor is fun, bright and will be sure to put a smile on your face.
www.ibaji.fr (photograph show above)


UMA
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UMA

7, rue du 29 Juillet, 75001
Located a stone’s throw away from the Tuileries metro and gardens, this Franco-Japanese eatery offers a menu based on small plates to share.Start with one of their creative cocktails before ordering and enjoy the bursts of Peruvian pops of flavour.

www.uma-restaurant.fr


Photo credit: https://www.facebook.com/pagesparis
Photo credit: https://www.facebook.com/pagesparis

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4, rue Auguste Vacquerie, 75016
After stints at Senderens, Passage 53 and more, chef Ryuji Teshima has brought together a talented team in his new restaurant. The open kitchen is run like clockwork and guests dine on the finest ingredients. Dining at Pages feels like a dream.


Photo Credit: https://www.facebook.com/dersouparis
Photo Credit: https://www.facebook.com/dersouparis

DERSOU

21 rue Saint Nicolas, 75012
One of the newest restaurants on the scene, Dersou presents a new concept in dining. During lunch, their chefs serve up contemporary comfort food for a casual and cosy feel. In the evening, however, they serve up a gastronomic tasting menu with cocktail pairings.
www.dersouparis.com


Photo credit: https://www.facebook.com/luzverdeparis
Photo credit: https://www.facebook.com/luzverdeparis

LUZ VERDE

24 Rue Henry Monnier, 75009
A poppin’ taco bar started by two young chefs was high on our list of places to check out last Autumn. The guacamole, sangria and margaritas set a great stage and the lamb taco really took the spotlight.
www.luzverde.fr


Photo credit: www.porte12.com
Photo credit: www.porte12.com

PORTE 12

12 Rue des Messageries, 75010
Hidden by an elegant and mysterious doorway, Porte 12 was opened by the Taiwanese chef André Chiang from Singapore. The cuisine is market based and contains flavour combinations that will set your tastebuds dancing.
www.porte12.com


Written by Sasha Romary, Founder & CEO Savior Faire Paris

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