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Top Restaurants to Visit during Maison & Objet Paris

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The September edition of Maison & Objet Paris is almost here and we will help you by choosing some of the best restaurants where you can go during the event.

Le Sergent Recruteur is a new page written to 41 of the rue Saint-Louis island in Paris. La Taverne du Sergent became four years ago Sergeant Recruiter changes hands, today and Malika Michel Puren, owners of the Orangerie Paris who invested the place. With the same love of the profession and their passion for fine food, they invite you to share a moment of pleasure in an elegant, chic and modern.

Kong bold, new and spectacular, the KONG was born on May 26th 2003.
From the kitchen, decor and music, nothing was left untouched to ensure the success of this UFO that landed on the rooftops of Paris. Laurent Taieb dreamt up this creation, he hardly slept and still doesn’t, in order to ensure the smooth running of his beautiful machine.

Ciel de Paris restaurant seats 145 guests distributed, as in the theater, in front of large windows and a balcony, also with a small adjoining lounge for 32 seats. Both are privatized on demand. Designer and interior architect Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance draws its aesthetic vocabulary in the evidence of natural forms, flexible, organic, fluid and structured at a time. 

Maison Blanche Paris perched on the Champs-Elysées Theatre roofs, at number 15 of the chic Avenue Montaigne, White House bid with its huge picture window, spectacular views of the City of Light. The Invalides to the Eiffel Tower, the fly-boats pass on the Seine. The decor is simple and elegant, timeless, ideal for a business lunch, a dinner one-on-one or a family celebration. One can also enjoy a cocktail at the White Bar or enjoy a delicate cuisineMéditerranées terrace, facing the blue flicker of the Eiffel Tower ... Undoubtedly, White House throne in Mecca of Parisian romance!

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Ma Cocotte is a newly built space, which can seat 250, could easily pass for an old warehouse, and the designer has outfitted it with bent-plywood chairs, leather couches, and classic tile flooring; modern notes come from the gleaming stainless-steel open kitchen and the all-white bathrooms by Dutch design collective Droog. Steak tartare, roast chicken, and fish and chips are a few of the hearty dishes ready to fortify diners for their postprandial negotiations with antiques dealers.

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