Paris has too many Michelin-starred restaurants? Just try these three!

As the mecca of French cuisine, Paris is home to numerous Michelin-starred restaurants, making it difficult for the indecisive. But fear not! The editor has curated three Michelin restaurants that are worth visiting for their exceptional ambiance and food.

Located in the Bologne Forest, a suburb of Paris, this Michelin-starred restaurant has been in business for a hundred years. The interior of the restaurant, designed by luxury hotel interior designer Pierre-Yves Rochon, is filled with the atmosphere of the forest with its green and white color scheme. Chef Frédéric Anton often appears on television and is considered a top chef in the hearts of the French people.
With over 200 years of history, Le Grand Véfour is located in the Palais Royal garden and was the most luxurious restaurant during the time of Napoleon. Prominent figures such as Hugo, Balzac, Sand, Victor Hugo, and Colette were regulars here. Chef Guy Martin describes himself as someone who cannot live without romance, and his dishes bring a sense of pure happiness to those who eat them.
The restaurant is opened by Michel Rostang, a veteran chef from Paris. His specialty is traditional cuisine from southwestern France, which he elevates to a higher level of sophistication without losing its original flavor. Many customers come to try his innovative use of black truffle in his dishes.