Christmas is probably the best time and event to conclude the year and share joy with your most cherished relations. The world’s most visited destination – Paris is also the best to visit on Christmas Eve. If you are visiting Europe or taking a trip to Paris during the holidays we highly recommend you celebrate the eve or Christmas Day at one of the most luxurious and legendary restaurants in the City of Lights.
114 Faubourg, Le Bristol Paris
Chef Eric Frechon adds a contemporary twist to the classic dishes with his holiday menu at 114 Faubourg. Tender capon, white and black truffles, caviar, venison and a delicate Yule log as ephemeral as fine powder snow as only a few of the many sensorial feast at this legendary hotel. For more details of the Holiday menu visit Le Bristol Paris.
Restaurant Le Meurice by Alain Ducasse
Alain Ducasse’s two Michelin-starred Restaurant under the mastery of executive chef Jocelyn Herland celebrates finest culinary culture and philosophy. Inspired by the Salon de la Paix at the Château de Versailles, the opulent yet detailed design sets the tone for a refined dining experience. Christmas at Le Meurice is an assured moment that will stay with you. For more details of the Christmas menu visit Le Meurice.
Le Train Bleu
Wish to make your Christmas epic? The legendary train at the 12th arrondissement in Paris beckons to celebrate Christmas at its gastronomic venue. La Belle Époque era exudes from its mural frescoes and upholstery. Le Train Bleu in its refurbished interior shines with cuisine of French gastronomic traditions. Visit Le Train Bleu for more details on it’s Christmas menu.
Le First, The Westin Place Vendome
Overlooking the Tuileries Gardens in a coveted address like Place Vendome -Le First is one of Paris’ finest restaurants. Chef David Real promises a refined and authentic French feast for Christmas. Marinated scallops scented with clementine, root vegetable remoulade and seaweed tartar, Roasted and stuffed guinea fowl with white pudding sausage, gnocchi with black truffle and juice with hazelnut oil, French Saint-Nectaire cheese with chestnuts are some of the choices on the menu. This restaurant does require a prepayment while confirming table reservation, For more details visit Le First at The Westin Paris – Vendôme.
L’Auberge by Nicolas Flamel
Talking about legendary how about a quiet Christmas dinner at the oldest inn and historic monument in Paris? L’Auberge Nicolas Flamel has crafted special menu for the holiday season. Lobster, corn puree, tarragon foam, popcorn, Brie with truffles and Chocolate Soufflé and truffles, passion ice are on the menu. For detail visit the L’Auberge Nicolas Flamel.
Celebrating Christmas in this charming Michelin Star restaurant is for the hedonist. Chef Jean-Luc Rocha, Chef Patrick Charvet and Chef Sommelier Elise Esnouf invite you to a celebratory evening. For details visit Saint James Paris.