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Saturday 29 Aug 2020    Paris Arrondissement Guide

The 16th : A Gourmet Guide to the Arrondissements of Paris

Bringing you a little gourmet inspiration for the Sixteenth Arrondissement: perfect for inspiring your next trip!

The 16th : An Overview 

One of the most affluent arrondissements in Paris, the16th is known for its well-heeled residents and chic neighbourhoods. Home to broad avenues, leafy parks and grand museums, le seizième, as it is known, is synonymous with elegance. Within the borders of the 16th, you’ll find the Place du Trocadéro, the enormous Bois de Boulogne, museums such as the Palais de Tokyo and the Fondation Louis Vuitton, and - of course - a host of lovely restaurants and bars in which to join the stylish locals for a meal, glass of wine or a lovely coffee as you enjoy the finer things in life!

Restaurants 

Alan GEAAM Restaurant

Michelin star dining with a Lebanese twist in a relaxed, cosy atmosphere.   

19 Rue Lauriston

Daroco16

A trendy Italian neo-trattoria with a lot of style, Daroco16 also boasts a lovely terrasse and clever cocktails. 

3 Place Clément Ader

St James

A grand, neoclassical hideaway with inventive cuisine by chef Adrien Brunet. Nb. Reopening in February of 2021.  

Brasserie Paris Longchamp

Feel like you're dining in the countryside at this chic brasserie in the middle of the Paris hippodrome, right on the edge of the Bois de Boulogne. 100% organic, 100% stylish. 

2, Route des Tribunes

Ensemble

A stylishly industrial aesthetic, paired with small plate dining. 

11 Rue Spontini

Le Recepteur

Convivial dining and seasonal, thoughtfully crafted fare. A great address to know.  

3 avenue Théophile Gautier

Substance

An atmospheric bistro with creative, inventive cuisine by young chef Matthias Marc. 

18 Rue de Chaillot

Comice

An irresistible pairing of Michelin-Star dining and a warm, friendly atmosphere.  

Girafe

When it comes to incredible views and elegant terrasses, Girafe pretty much ticks all the boxes. Overlooking Trocadero and the Eiffel Tower, it doesn't get much more Paris than this. 

1 Place du Trocadéro

Le Pré Catelan

In the heart of the Bois de Boulogne, dine under the auspices of Chef Frédéric Anton's 3 Michelin Star cuisine. 

Bois de Boulogne

Brasserie Auteuil

Head up to the rooftop of this beautiful hotspot for cocktails and pizza! Stylish and summery. 

78 Rue d'Auteuil

L'Astrance

Two Michelin Star cuisine, reinvented on a daily basis - but getting a reservation can be a challenge!

4 rue Beethoven - soon to be relocated to 32, rue de Longchamp

Les Marches

A simple, honest, speedy bistro in the tradition of serving quick, affordable food to travellers - called a "routiers" in French. 

5, rue de la Manutention

Bars 

Molitor

If you want to travel back to the Art Deco era, head to the rooftop bar of the Molitor for cocktails and look down on their astonishing open-air swimming pool!

Cravan

Head here for cocktails or coffee - be warned, they do not serve wine, curiously!

17 Rue Jean de la Fontaine

Hotel Raphael 

Stylish rooftop bar and restaurant, re-opening from September. Eiffel Tower views and a rooftop garden feel. Lovely!

17 avenue Kléber 

Coffee

You Decide

Great coffee as well as wholesome, homemade fare including great breakfasts for the perfect start to the day. 

152 avenue Victor Hugo

Central Paris Location

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