AICR Congress – Paris 2017
Le Bœuf sur le Toit

34 rue du Colisée 75008 Paris

+33 (0) 1 53 93 65 55

Le Vaudeville

29 rue Vivienne 75002 Paris

+33 (0) 1 40 20 04 62

Auberge Dab

161 avenue de Malakoff 75116 Paris

+ 33 (à) 1 45 00 32 22

Café de la Paix

5, place de l'Opéra 75009 Paris

+ 33 (à) 1 40 07 36 36

La Maison

28 place Saint-Ferdinand 75017 Paris

+ 33 (0) 1 45 74 11 24

Ma chère et tendre

Hôtel Le Méridien Etoile 81 boulevard Gouvion-St-Cyr 75017 Paris

+ 33 (0) 1 40 68 30 40

L’Ecluse Madeleine

15 place de la Madeleine 75008 Paris

+33 (0) 1 42 65 34 69

L’Absinthe

24 Place du Marché Saint-honoré 75001 Paris

+ 33 (0) 1 49 26 90 04

Le Pain Quotidien

18 Place du Marché Saint-honoré 75001 Paris

+ 33 (0) 1 42 96 31 70



Restaurants

Le Bœuf sur le Toit

Le Bœuf sur le Toit

Open every day from noon to 3.00pm and from 7.00pm to 11.00 pm (until midnight Friday and Saturday).

Distinguished restaurant with a luxury decor: oak paneling, engraved mirrors, paintings, sculptures and a mahogany counter.

A legendary temple of jazz music, le Boeuf sur le Toit has successfully combined elegance and modernity while preserving its “Art Deco” soul.

Just a stone’s throw from the Champs-Elysées.

Traditional brasserie cuisine. Set Menus : 29,50/36.00 € – A la carte : 30/50€

Subway: Franklin D. Roosevelt – Line 1 and 9

Le Vaudeville

Le Vaudeville

Open every day from 8.00am to midnight (until 11.00pm Sunday and Monday).

Cross the Vaudeville terrace without letting yourself be distracted by famous actors, writers or intellectuals who feed the world’s rumor mills, and immerse yourself in the roaring twenties. Parisians have thrived beneath the great frosted opal chandelier and the warm ochre and deep blues of the Vaudeville since the 19th century. The walls still echo the applause that once rang out from the theatre next door.

Traditional French cuisine – Set Menus : 32/49.00 € – A la carte : 30/50€

Subway : Bourse – Line 3, Opéra – Line 3, 7 and 8

Auberge Dab

Auberge Dab

Open every day from noon to 3.00pm and from 7.00pm to 2.00am.

Located near Porte Maillot and the Meridien Hôtel, across from the Palais des Congrès conference hall, this elegant 16th arrondissement restaurant will delight visitors. Come and experience an enjoyable atmosphere and tasty food. The dishes are both copious and delicious, for example the seafood platter: a fresh dish with a variety of oysters and other full-flavoured shellfish and crustaceans.

Sea Food and fish specialties – Set Menu: 39.00€ – A la carte : 60€

Subway : Porte Maillot – Line 1, not even a five minute walk from the hotel Le Meridien Etoile !

Café de la Paix

Café de la Paix

Open from noon to 3.00pm and from 6.00pm to 11.30pm (terraces from 7.00am to 0.30pm).

The Café de la Paix has been a Parisian institution since 1862.  Napoleon III decor created by Charles Garnier with a winter garden. A famous institution and listed monument, the Café de la Paix has the largest and most famous terrace in Paris. It is also an exceptional restaurant with a menu that mixes dishes typical of a traditional Parisian brasserie and modern cuisine with low-fat and creative dishes.

Traditional and very sophisticated French gastronomy. Set Menus : 39/45/55.00€ – A la carte : 40/100€

Subway : Opéra – Line 3, 7 and 8

La Maison

La Maison

Open every day from noon to 11.00pm.

Typical French bistrot with “home-made food” – Traditional French food in a 1930s decor with red leather seats, bistrot chairs, mosaics and traditionally dressed waiters.

Set Menus : 25/40.00€ – A la carte : 30.00€

Subway : Argentine – Line 1 (walking distance from the hotel Le Meridien Etoile)

 

 

Ma chère et tendre

Ma chère et tendre

  • Hôtel Le Méridien Etoile 81 boulevard Gouvion-St-Cyr 75017 Paris
  • Phone: + 33 (0) 1 40 68 30 40
  • www.machereettendre.fr

Open every day from noon to 11.00pm.

Steakhouse – Ma Chère et Tendre is a rendez-vous for the meat lover. And because when you love, you share, Ma Chère et Tendre brings together passionate experts and aficionados around high quality pieces from around the world. Entirely designed by Nuel, “Ma Chère & Tendre” displays an upmarket designer style. The colours are elegant (red, aubergine and beige) and blend with mahogany and palm. Screens provide each table with intimacy, yet still involve them as part of a vibrant whole.

Set menu : 27.00€ (Lunch) – A la carte : 35/45.00€

Subway : Porte Maillot – Line 1 (walking distance from the hotel Le Méridien)

L’Ecluse Madeleine

L’Ecluse Madeleine

Open every day from 11.45am to 1.30pm and from 7.45 to 11.30pm.

The only restaurant in Paris where you can enjoy classified Grand Cru wines by glass and experience the exceptional taste and quality of traditional French cuisine prepared using the finest regional products.

L’Ecluse is known in Paris for being the place to enjoy the finest Bordeaux Grands Crus.

Set menus and A la carte : 30/65.00€

Subway: Madeleine – Line 8 and 12

L’Absinthe

L’Absinthe

Closed Saturday for lunch and Sunday – Service from noon to 2.15pm and 7.15 to 11.00pm.

The Absinthe is halfway between a New York loft and a Parisian Bistrot. The Chef will seduce you with his elaborate French cuisine with its touch of exoticism. For example, you may consider trying the “Crab Cake” and its crunchy salad perfumed with turmeric…all accompanied with a wine list concocted by the daughters of the famous Michel Rostang.

Set Menus : 32/45.00€  – A la carte : 40/60.00€

Le Pain Quotidien

Le Pain Quotidien

Open every day from 8.00 am to 10.00 pm

Between the Jardin des Tuileries and the Opera House, in a neighborhood where business crosses luxury shopping, this restaurant is a perfect place for a tasty lunch (salads, tartines…), a delicious afternoon tea or dinner. Spacious with a great view on the famous Place du Marché Saint Honoré, the restaurant is the spot to share a cheese or charcuterie platter while tasting organic wines. Vegan dishes.

A  la carte : 20/40.00€

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