Paris is a cultural city where food and history are entwined in this culinary town. Here we pick three of the best – historic restaurants in Paris…
La Tour d’Argent (Founded year: 1582)
La Tour d’Argent gives you the royal dining experience. It was once visited by Henry IV. Here, you can enjoy the beauty of Notre Dame while enjoying a delicious roast duck. In addition, it is the movie “Ratatouille” inspiration source.
A la Petite Chaise (Founded year: 1680)
The second oldest restaurant in France is created by vintner Georges Ramo. Once, this is the main place of political, social, artistic person gathering. Impromptu song and dance performances, writers and poets recite and intense political discussions (someone who was arrested) have happened here.
Café de la Paix (Founded year: 1862)
Close to the Paris opera house, Café de la Paix is inaugurated in 1862. Its history is impeccable. Emile Zola and Maupassant dined here, the earliest cinema screenings were held here in 1896. In 1898 Oscar Wilde, a regular customer. When you dine here, the history is included in the price of the food.