Eat in the middle of a market, discover the culinary delights of South America, enjoy gourmet cuisine along the water on board a 100% electric restaurant boat … Choose a restaurant that will make a lasting impression on your guests.
Douze: food hall
Market, restaurant, and event space, this newly opened food hall is home to a collective of craftsmen passionate about the neighbourhood and their trade. Douze’s 1000m2 surface area is composed of two spaces on the first floor, two terraces overlooking the garden, and a private dining room that can accommodate up to 25 people. The former military barrack offers a curated selection of dishes that highlight products from the market and evolve with the seasons.
Les Belles Plantes: bucolic break
The Belles Plantes opened in 2018 within the grounds of the Jardin des Plantes. Open all day, this bright and modern restaurant hosts after-work, drinks or business lunches in an idyllic setting. Savour original and delicious cocktails, and seasonal cooking including Parisian brasserie classics. The terrace on the garden side is perfectly suited to your business meals (up to 48 people), while the larger courtyard terrace can host up to 80 people for a cocktail party. The restaurant is available for full private hire for up to 230 people.
MANKO PARIS: PERUVIAN NIGHTLIFE
Situated on the very chic Avenue Montaigne, Manko Paris is a restaurant and club noteworthy for its cuisine by the Peruvian chef and star Gaston Acurio, and its original cocktails. The richly gilded and warmly coloured interior decor reflects the Inca tradition, which is echoed in the cooking: a wide range of Peruvian specialities to share makes this a delightful visual and gustatory experience! For your events, the mezzanine can be privately hired for up to 40 guests and the cabaret space for up to 120 people for a seated dinner and 230 people for a lively cocktail party.
Bustronome: itinerant restaurant
Meet at the Arc de Triomphe for a discovery tour of Paris with a meal on board the Bustronome. This double-decker sightseeing bus offers a gastronomic trip lasting from 2 hours 30 minutes to 3 hours through the heart of Paris. Take a seat aboard this unusual restaurant (38 seats) and watch Paris unfold before your eyes as you enjoy a 4-or 3-course lunch or dinner with food/wine pairing. Throughout the tour, a multilingual audio guide will share all the secrets of the capital and its most beautiful monuments with you. For a company dinner or festive period meal, four buses with a total capacity of 152 seats are available for private hire.
Reminisens: travel back to royal times
How about a business meal that takes you back to the time of French royalty, from Louis XIV to Louis XVI? This is the concept of Reminisens, a restaurant theatre in the heart of Versailles. Menus are inspired by gourmet recipes from the 17th and 18th centuries and the waiters and waitresses are dressed in the costume of the fashion of the French Court of the time. And for an extra touch, you can become a spectator by attending a play while enjoying a meal in a private room!
Pachamama: a small piece of Latin America
The Pachamama offers an immersion in South America just a stone's throw from the Place de la Bastille. In an exotic setting, this club, restaurant and cocktail bar has 3,000 m² spread over 4 levels for your private events for up to 1,000 people. On the first floor, La Cantina (180 seats) offers a culinary trip with specialities such as Peruvian ceviche, spicy corn soup, beef churrasco, or Pluma Iberica. For a business meal or a reception, choose Mama's semi-private dining room (25 seats), or the adjoining Patio bordered by a green wall (70 seats).
Ducasse sur Seine: the gastronomic cruise
Come aboard the 100% electric boat-restaurant Ducasse sur Seine, moored on the Right Bank of the Seine just opposite the Eiffel Tower. Multi-Michelin-starred chef Alain Ducasse invites you for a 2-hour gastronomic cruise along the banks of the Seine with views of Paris’s most beautiful monuments. ‘Déjeuner sur Seine’ (‘Lunch on the Seine’) and ‘Nuit Étoilée’ (‘Starry Night’) cruises offer contemporary cuisine that is both healthy and seasonal. For your business lunches and dinners, Le Carré on the upper deck is a perfect private reception space for up to 20 guests. The upper deck can be hired out for private events, either in its entirety (120 people) or in part (45 people). Finally, La Terrasse offers a unique view of the Eiffel Tower at the start and end of the cruise.
Train Bleu: return to the Belle Epoque
The Buffet de la Gare de Lyon, which would later become Le Train Bleu, was built in 1901 for the Exposition Universelle. Now a listed historical monument, this Parisian institution at the heart of Gare de Lyon train station is just as superb as ever. The restaurant was renovated in 2018 thanks to Maison Rostang and now welcomes guests with splendid Belle Epoque decor featuring ornate gold decorations, frescoes and wood panelling. The chef offers a generous menu inspired by the PLM (Paris-Lyon-Marseille) line, based on regional products from the South West of France. Accustomed to an international clientele, the restaurant welcomes business tourists in transit and takes them on a culinary journey before they catch their train. All aboard!
Ore-Ducasse: a lesson in history
Located 20 km from Paris, the Ore-Ducasse restaurant au Château de Versailles, with its extravagant historical setting, gives you the impression of going back in time. A refined café by day, the establishment is transformed at nightfall and allows you to organize events worthy of the splendor of yesteryear. The name itself is a reference to the pleasures of the mouth, rooted in the art of living and notably to the services of the "bouche du roi" in Versailles. Chef Alain Ducasse's menu pays homage to the classics of French cuisine with an emphasis on fresh, quality ingredients. With 500m2 of space, this opulent venue offers two dining rooms and three private lounges to accommodate up to 120 guests.
Le Buddha Bar: exotic world tour
The Buddha bar is a bar restaurant, with atypical decoration including a statue of Buddha overlooking the main room, is spread over 2 levels. The mezzanine invites you to enjoy an exotic cocktail and the downstairs room is ideal for your business meals. The menu revolves around world food, with Californian, Hawaiian, Asian and Indian influences. Playing a lively eclectic music selection that gets more potent as the night goes on, this is a great place to experience Parisian nightlife. To round off your evening, go to the Buddha Bar’s intimate new bar, the Secret 8 – available for private hire for up to 25 people!