Calling all foodies who want to have fun, here is a place in Paris likely to rock you! Set a stone’s throw from the Champs-Elysées, by George V, Paillettes Paris is a bright restaurant taking you to a trendy vibe inspired by the Art Déco style. Its highly sophisticated setting attracts curious passersby. As for foodies, they will probably be seduced by the concept of this indulging venue.
For if Paillettes has it all for Parisians, including a great setting, the food is likely to delight taste buds. On the menu, fusion and modern cuisine cooked over charcoal. The menu has been created in partnership with Michelin-starred chef Alan Geaam – from Qasti. The bonus? Paillettes also works as a festive place with a dancefloor surrounding us with lights and mirrors to wake the diva sleeping in you. Perfect to party by the Champs-Elysées.
But let us move back to food. As a starter, we fell for the seabass ceviche, leche de tigre, passion fruit, mango, red onions, cilantro and lotus root chips. Lovers of this South-American specialty will be really pleased: this ceviche is made by the book and explodes with flavors making you feel very far away from the French capital city.
If you are more into a less sweet-savory alternative, then head for the tuna tartare served with leche de tigre, avocado, pickled fennel, watermelon radish and crunchy roasted hazelnuts. You cannot get wrong with these two starters.
And the main courses get to the heart of the matter! You cannot do without the Normandy beef fillet served with Konro Japanese barbecue with knife-cut fries and beef gravy! A spectacular plating for a dish likely to please meat-lovers.
For those who are more into sea flavors, we highly recommend the grilled Black Tiger Gambas with extremely creamy quinoa risotto and salmon roe.
Do you have room left for dessert? Then sweet-toothed will be rest assured, sweet delights are incredible! If you want to continue the show, then do not think twice and have the Sphère Paillettes. The house’s signature dessert first shows a chocolate sphere holding secrets such as passion fruit and mango cream with apple and pomegranate all around this treat.
If you fall for the Saint-Honoré Dulce de Leche and coconut milk, you are likely to have eyes bigger than your belly. Be rest-assured, this hearty-looking dessert actually tastes very light and you can finish it without feeling too full or sick.
Dates and Opening Time
From 10 February 2022 to 10 February 2025
20 Rue Quentin-Bauchart
75008 Paris 8
Métro George V (ligne 1)