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Paris is one city where we spend time visiting monuments, gardens, historical spaces but how about have the meal? When we are visiting a city we want to discover all the cultural ambiances and spaces. That’s why today I bring here to you the best dining room design in the city of love.
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Next, you cant have some inspirational ideas of where to have your romantic dinner or lunch in Paris.
This is a two Michelin stars restaurant with a bold and a elegant modern style design.
With a magnificent neoclassical limestone building, this restaurant is the chicest newest restaurant in Paris design with a suite of an 18th-century salon.
The chef Mathieu Pacaud’s opened this restaurant giving some relevance to its cooking and interior decor. Already with one star Michelin, is intended to plot a new course for haute cuisine in Paris.
After the renovation of this restaurant, this has become one of the most stylish spaces in Paris. The view of the Eiffel Tower is gorgeous and the sand-color of the furniture makes the ambiance more comfortable.
This restaurant is a two-level eatery that has been designed to resemble the personal dining room of a decorative arts collector.
This restaurant is captivating because of the interior decor, that is different, and its views over the city. This space was revamped in a palette of orange and grey and a ceiling punctuated with circular backlit mirrors.
This restaurant may not be considered fine dining, but it can’t be beaten if you’re looking for a snack paired with incredible surroundings. This space is designed by brushed-brass light fixtures surrounded by pale-pink acrylic.
This type of space is different, with a vintage design. When you walk through its doors, you didn’t also step back to the early 1960s, so period-perfect is the interior.
In case you decide to have a lunch a meat-free menu, this is the restaurant. With a new look, this glamorous space marks a dramatic change in the kitchen. The designer centers the dining room on a deconstructed crystal chandelier, where each piece of cut crystal is suspended from an invisible wire.
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