Situated on the top floor of the Pompidou Centre, this Costes brothers landmark is itself a work of art. The modern dining room is composed of four ... More
Situated on the top floor of the Pompidou Centre, this Costes brothers landmark is itself a work of art. The modern dining room is composed of four bubble-like spaces decorated in aluminium and rubber. Large bay windows and a terrace make the restaurant airy and bright, giving diners a superb view over the capital. The cuisine is light: Millefeuille de Crabe et Champignons (crab and mushroom in filo pastry), Canard au Caramel et au Coco (duck in a caramel and coconut sauce) but don't forget to leave room for the classic chocolate mousse.
"Caf� Georges" is worth the detour just for its amazing view: roof floor from the center of Paris, no tall building around, and one feels much closer to all the surrounding monuments than looking from the skyscraper Montparnasse. The minimalist decor and furniture are extremely elegant and modern, without any pretention to compete against the view from the large windows. The roses on the tables have already become one reference in the Paris chic scene. The food is good (could find better of course), though expensive (have to pay for the view), the service is quite good comparing to the other fancy lounge clubs (eg Buddha Bar where you have to wait for 30 min to get the menu, then 30 min to pass the order, another 30 min to get your drink). Anyway, one of my favorite places in Paris, especially by night, I just cannot get bored with the view and the ambiance!
A lot of care has been taken to ensure that this opera doesn't fall flat on a high note. And
the Seths – (the husband and wife duo), have almost succeeded in this endeavor. White and reds dominate the ...
HOTEL YEAR BUILT 1846 YEAR REMODELED 2003 ADDITIONAL PROPERTY DESCRIPTION CHARMING TOURIST CLASS HOTEL 64 ROOMS LOCATED IN THE HEART
OF THE LATIN QUARTER NEAR RIVER SEINE. HOTEL OFFERS GOOD LOCATION QUIET HOTEL BRASSERIE RESTAURANT BAR AND BUFFET BREAKFAST. ...
This is a very popular place in the intellectual chic quarter of St. Germain Des Pres. Its legendary terrace was
the meeting point for great writers and thinkers staying in Paris. Ernest Hemingway, regularly propped up the bar, and ...