Quality Hotel Malesherbes- Paris 8
11, place Saint Augustin
Phone: (33) 1 42932766
Fax: (33) 1 42932751
11, place Saint Augustin, Paris, FR, 75008
- Phone: (33) 1 42932766
- Fax: (33) 1 42932751
Bars & Cafes
With an unusual name and claim of being the only organic restaurant, bakery and crêperie that also is gluten free, Bio Sphère Café is what it claims to be. Everything is freshly made and tastes wonderful. The menu keeps changing depending upon the chef's mood and market availability. Delightful pastries such as chocolate pudding, lemon tart, macaroons and other treats await your attention while daily specials hog the limelight. A fine bakery and a charming establishment, Bio Sphère Café has made a niche of its own and a growing fan following.
This authentic French bistro with a red canvas awning welcomes patrons to sample delicious local cuisine accompanied by some exquisite wines. Bistrot du Sommelier was started by sommelier Philippe Faure-Brac at the young age of 24, the restaurant is known all over Paris for its wine collection. Patrons can order from their set menus or dine a la carte, pairing their meals with some of the best red, white and rose wines. Two private dining rooms are available for meetings, family dinners and other gatherings. Reservations are required.
If you love apples, make sure to dine here, as the post-dinner sweets comprise a lot of apple delicacies. Be sure to get a seat facing the bustling Haussmann boulevard when you are savoring the sumptuous kitchen delights of Pomze.
Rugby is one place whose name can be easily remembered. This place has a collection of photographs of the teams of France through the years. It also contains some of the portraits of those accomplished in this sport like Jean-Pierre Garuet and Pascal Ondarts.
You can drop in at this inviting little restaurant and bar at the Hyatt Regency Paris: Madeleine, as it remains open for breakfast, lunch, dinner as well as tea-time and for snacks. With a skylight and a fireplace which is very Parisian, the decor of the restaurant is warm and friendly. The huge couches and armchairs with low tables are a nice place to settle in with a drink and leisurely catch up on the latest news! The food is strictly contemporary and essentially French, and the bar can provide you with the right drink to go with your meal.
The Golden Black Bar in the Hotel Concorde Saint Lazare reminds you of exotic Africa, offering a very unique clubbing experience in Paris! The bar matches the exotically done glamorous oasis serving concoctions from around the globe. Interiors in this unique nightclub is inspired by early 20th-century Africa, and the Great Exhibition of 1889. The animal prints, polished brass and luxurious black leather, all add to the ambiance. Barman Joel Vernhes makes mean cocktails from around the world and combines them with some of his very own creations. The signature cocktail Maracumba, along with a cigar from the restaurant's cigar cellar, are the perfect combination!
Located in the center of the fashion district, vibrant Paris is reflected in the eclectic decor of the Bar at Hotel Le Bristol. The bar offers traditional English tea which includes snacks and pastries. Saturday High Tea times are usually booked for fashion shows. Reserve your tables for the show before hand. For more details log on to their website.
L'envue is located in the rue Boissy d'Anglas, an area with not many restaurants. This is the perfect place for a romantic dinner or even a casual lunch with some close buddies. The restaurant is very hygienic and serves quality food; all dishes are beautifully presented. Come here and relax after a long day. L'Envue has a separate smoking area and a terrace.
Partying with a close set of friends at Faubourg is not so novel but exciting. Furthermore, if you belong to the star-struck variety, then have a field day ogling at your favorite actors and models. You won't be left high and dry, the bar and the fusion cuisine satiate your every demand - just command! Private rooms available.
This pastry temple opened in 1802, but has been modernized since. It includes a three-level space, a 140-square meter (1506 square-foot) boutique, a plush tea-room and a bar for quick meals. There is an extensive choice of pastries and chocolates; their excellent quality has won Dalloyau an excellent reputation around the world. Other fashionable Dalloyau locations in Paris are at Bastille (5, boulevard Beaumarchais, 4th), Convention (69, rue de la Convention, 15th), Raspail (63, rue de Grenelle, 7th), and Luxembourg (2, place Edmond Rostand, 6th).
If you are looking forward for a quiet evening with a close group of friends, beer and dinner, Le Forum is just the place you should be at. In such a warm ambiance and beautiful decor, the musical time will sure make it rejuvenating. Fabulous mixes and unique creations of the colorful cocktails will definitely take you by surprise. Choose from a wide range of select spirits! Check out the website for more details.
Flocked by a number of celebrities, diplomats as well as locals, the Purple Bar blends in a right way with the standards set by the Hilton Arc de Triomphe Paris hotel. The decor has bold hues of purple, along with the comfortable sofas and chairs are perfect to unwind as you sip on a brilliantly mixed cocktail. The grand chandeliers illuminate the room and provide soft light for the perfect evening. This vibrant place gives amazing view of the rue de Courcelles.