#DCmoments Paris food guide
In Paris, French food is something to be celebrated, where chefs are proud of the authenticity of their dishes. The city is a landmark of culinary excellence, where visitors flock for the neighbourhood feel of its many charming restaurants.
Redefining the meaning of “bon appétit!”
Ducasse sur Seine
For a new way of cruising down the River Seine, chef Alain Ducasse has launched the first 100% electric boat in Paris, docked at the Port Debilly overlooking the Eiffel Tower. Enjoy a memorable lunch or dinner as you glide through Paris in style.
Ideal for: Date, making an impression
Used book café
The little red car outside Merci in Paris is one of the most popular Instagram shots in the city. At the front of this beloved concept store, and run by the same team, is Used Book Café. If you’re looking for a coffee or afternoon break from walking around the Marais, find yourself a quiet corner in this delightful book café and order their gourmet scones.
Ideal for: Solo, coffee with friends, relaxing
Restaurant David Toutain
Restaurant David Toutain has one of the most attractive interiors in Paris, with dark woods, elegant furniture and natural light streaming through. David previously worked at Arpège until he opened his own restaurant that currently holds two Michelin stars. A strong focus on vegetables and seasonal produce with perfect attention to detail makes each dish a true Parisian gastronomic experience.
Ideal for: Experimental, making an impression
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#DCMOMENTS PARIS FOOD GUIDE