The taste of France is exceptional and so a trip to that country should include that option. 58 tour Eiffel will be a dining experience to remember, whether your visit is at lunch with their offerings of Seared salmon fillet, polenta with dried fruits, Beef stew, mashed potato/carrot, Coquillette ham/butter, truffle cream, or Dinner with Seasonal vegetables cooked in a cast-iron pot, parmesan emulsion, Pan-seared cod fish, roasted fennel, white butter sauce or Pan-seared farm raised chicken breast, mashed potato, Port cream, and the view is to die for!
Carré des Feuillants, known for its variety and taste, is another “must visit” restaurant which should be added to your list of eateries. Though it carries only two stars, it has been given thumbs up by New York times and Frommer, and with menu items such as scallops with a truffled celery mousseline, roasted rack of milkfed Pyrenees lamb, braised veal with a mushroom cannelloni, and of course, do not leave without your desert of mango and passionfruit ravioli.
Our third recommendation would be Le Procope café, this eatery which is very reasonably priced was once called Café Zoppi. They carry a decent menu which consists of grilled fish and different kinds of meat, shellfish, onion soup and duck breast in honey sauce, Bon Appétit.