Where Paris’s Top Chefs Eat
These spots are tried, tested and adored by some of the city’s top tastemakers on the hunt for everything from onion soup to Sichuan-style aubergines.
Paris is one of the world’s most storied food capitals. But its story is changing of late: A growing group of young, internationally-minded chefs are helping change the face (and flavors) of French cooking. Dining out in the City of Light now is as much about Asian, Middle Eastern and Mediterranean flavors as it is about the five mother sauces.
Here, we asked five of these literal taste-makers to share some of their own favorite spots to eat out when not standing on the hotline cooking for the rest of us. Their picks suggest that even the new guard of French cuisine appreciates tradition.