5 Tastemakers On Their Most-Loved Restaurants In Paris

Paris: the home of love, languid riverside walks – and some of the best restaurants in the world

The City of Light is a feast for the eyes and the tastebuds, with an abundance of world-renowned restaurants and lesser-known hidden gems. Here, KATIE BERRINGTON asks five insiders to share the places where they love to eat in Paris

Fashion assistant Millie Parry
In the middle of Château Voltaire hotel is ultra-chic Brasserie l’Emil, which serves simple but delicious fare to a crowd of in-the-know locals
Pépite, in the 11th arrondissement, focuses on seasonality and a small but considered menu

Sylvie Mus, stylist

“Brasserie l’Emil at Château Voltaire is my go-to neighborhood restaurant. The atmosphere is the best if you’re seated by the bar, where it’s most lively. My favorite dish is the salmon, and they also have great desserts. The décor is very beautiful, with stained glass and old wooden chairs. Another place I love is Pépite, a tiny restaurant in the 11th arrondissement. It’s not well known; in fact I’ve only recently discovered it myself. It has a small seasonal menu – my favorite thing to order is the taramasalata with bread – and is a great place for drinks.”

Isabelle Dubern-Mallevays, co-founder The Invisible Collection