Have you got a fashionable partner that you need to impress? Then Frenchie is the place to do it. The trendy restaurant is a favorite among fashion editors and creatives, all exhibiting their fine French style, and also has an outpost in Covent Garden in London. The convivial wine bar is far from formal, but the buzzy atmosphere is perfect for a perfect Valentine’s Day date. The place opens at 7 but get outside at 6.45 to secure yourself a table then start making your way through the wine list. The menu is ever-changing and often features cheesy favorites like burrata and baked camembert.
Located in the Four Seasons Hotel George V just off the Champs Elysees, Le Cinq is a decedent affair. If you want to see your date dressed up in his/her best designer duds, taking him/her here this is the perfect excuse! There’s gold leaf everywhere, chandeliers and plenty of brocade and the food is equally as flamboyant. The setting is fit for a king or queen, but if you can’t quite stretch to spend the night in the hotel, then that’s no problem. You can stay in an equally romantic Paris apartment for couples and wake up in the comfort of your own home.
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Guy Savoy has been ranked the World’s Best Restaurant by La Liste in 2017, 2018, and 2019, so getting a table here for the one you love this Valentine’s Day is a gift in itself. Seamlessly blending the old-world beauty of the original buildings’ architecture with 21st-century modernity, this is a dining experience that you’ll never forget. Signature dishes include a ‘mussels and meadow mushrooms ‘Land & Sea’ jus’ starter and a ‘red mullet ‘swimming in the sea’ main course. The service is first class and the Champagne is show-stopping.
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This restaurant in Saint-Germain-des-Près was the first in the Joel Robuchon empire and has become a template for relaxed fine dining all over the world. You can make a reservation for the first service and then after that it’s first come, first serve, so it’s best to book (many weeks in advance) or get there a bit later. The food is Moorish and keeps regulars coming back. With outposts in nine capital cities, you’ll see why once you taste the quality of the food here. A true gem that will impress any date.
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In the heart of the 5th arrondissement in the Latin Quarter, is this quant little Parisian neighborhood restaurant which harks back to the Paris of 100 years ago. Forget flashy sunsets and crystal glasses, this is homely, cozy, and unique. The crackling fire in the corner will warm you up as you feast on traditional French dishes. The menu isn’t exactly light, so it might not be the best place to take a new lover, but the rich French food is exemplary and the candle-lit corners give you lots of privacy.
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The Eiffel Tower is known around the world as a grand symbol of romance, and it’s so synonymous with love that it’s the second most popular place to propose on the planet. So if you’re planning on proposing on February 14th, or simply want to enjoy a romantic evening somewhere, Le Jules Verne is not just one of the most romantic restaurants in Paris, but one of the most romantic restaurants in the world. The fine-dining restaurant is located on the second floor of the Eiffel Tower itself. Refined French cuisine complements this iconic location. So watch the sun go down in Paris as you sip on Champagne and toast to many more happy years together.
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This idyllic Paris bistro is decorated with patterned wallpaper and feels like stepping back in time to a more glamorous era. The food is traditionally French, featuring such classics like foie gras, steak, and buttered potatoes. Maybe not the best choice for vegetarians but certainly a brilliant choice for meat-eaters. The intimate dining room and dark wood panels make for a thoroughly romantic setting so get your reservations in early for February 14th.
With a reputation for aphrodisiacs, Divellec is the perfect place to treat your loved one to dinner in Paris on Valentine’s Day. The seafood restaurant in the stylish 7th arrondissement focuses on good ingredients from the French seas, with plenty of fish and seafood, brought in straight from the coast of Brittany. The modern restaurant has a very relaxed atmosphere and if you can grab yourself a corner booth you’ll be able to watch the rest of the diners.