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Musée Picasso

The „Musee Picasso“ is one of the most important museums in Paris. It is located in the Hotel Sale, a picturesque city palace in the 3rd arrondissement and houses one of the largest collections of drawings, sculptures, ceramics and paintings…

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Honor Café

The Honor Café is the first outdoor barista paradise in Paris and is located in a cozy paved backyard adjacent to the Comme des Garçons‘ flagship store. This coffee jewel is thanks to the English-Australian couple Angelle Boucher and Daniel…

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AOKI

If French bakeries don’t excite you enough, why not then try a Japanese. Master Aoki creates surprisingly delicious small cakes and eclairs, mainly coloured green. These fine pastries are then artfully presented in a minimalist decor.

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Septime

Rustic wooden tables, a pure and modest design, bare walls, a couple of candles, all in a comfortable atmosphere among an interesting Parisian crowd are the essence of Bertrand Gebaut’s well known restaurant. Charming waiters in midnight blue aprons serve…

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Chez André

One of the few old bistros between Avenue Montaigne and Avenue George V. and one of the few where you’ll find something good to eat at 4pm. The interior is old and authentic, the service professional and friendly. A good…

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Chez Omar

„Chez Omar“ is wonderful because of its good couscous, served in a lively but totally un-staged atmosphere. The tables are full every evening and there are always more people waiting for a place. If you are lucky enough to get…

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Le Relais de Venise

For many years now guests have joined the restaurant queue – with a wait of up to 40 minutes eased in winter by electric radiators – for the entrecôte with the famous sauce and wafer thin chips. The service in…

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Nanashi

A little bit of feel it in here, as if you were back in school with simple wooden chairs and tables which are behind and next to each other as placed in a classroom, and the large blackboard, standing on…

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Merci

The concept of Merci inspires from the word go. The spacious, loft-like building offers not only wonderful shopping, but also the opportunity to support charitable projects through donations on every item sold. Spread over several levels, designer pieces (Isabel Marant,…

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L’Ami Louis

The best, most beautiful and authentic restaurant for foie gras – but it has its price. One portion costs 46,- €. L’Ami Louis is pure understatement. Nothing gives away the fact that you pay double what you pay in other…

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