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3 Fancy Restaurants in Paris Worth The Splurge

Whether it’s a special occasion or a chance to spoil yourself, here are three fancy restaurants in Paris to indulge your inner gourmand:

La Tour d’Argent

Don’t be fooled by the swishy plate n’ facelift, this time-honoured stalwart—serving emperors and queens since 1582—has held fast to its heritage care of chef Yannick Franques reimagining of the globally acclaimed duck, amongst other toothsome dishes. The stagger-fab situ with soaring vistas over the Seine and Notre Dame endures too.

Auberge Bressane

Wild game is serious business at this 1950s bourgeois time-capsule. Along with forest-to-fork morsels and yesteryear classics, unbridled nostalgia has kept this brasserie bunker firmly in the heart of diehard regulars. Special.


Culinary wunderkind Mory Sacko’s elegant alabaster bolthole is the blank canvas from which his revolutionary manifesto unfurls in a holy trinity of French, West African and Japanese influence. Reservations are always exhausted within minutes of release by a crowd more diverse than the flavourscape. Book way, way ahead.

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