Best restaurants in Paris offer dining experiences for all tastes. If your taste runs to the stylish and sophisticated and you also have a fondness for barbecued delights, then you will surely be interested in the Restaurant Beaucoup. Tucked away in a cosy street in the Upper Marais, the Beaucoup advertise themselves as a chameleon restaurant which can cater to your every desire. They serve brunch and afternoon tea, tapas in the evening plus late night cocktails in Le Demon cocktail bar. This cool eating place is just a ten minute walk from the equally cool and chic Hotel Marais Bastille.
Best restaurants in Paris are in a class of their own
Parisian restaurants are often noted for their elegance and sophistication, and the Restaurant Beaucoup in the Marais quarter fits wonderfully into that category. Founded by Julien Foiun and Ludovic Dardenay following success with their Glou and Jaja restaurants in the Marais, the Beaucoup has an exhilarating ambience; a combination of Parisian, Nordic and New York vibe.
A large interior loft-like space with a light wood décor and industrial suspensions is illuminated by large windows which look out upon an internal courtyard. In the open kitchen at the rear of this impressive space you can see the charcoal grill as you enjoy the soothing and relaxed environment and choose from the day’s specials chalked up on the blackboard. There is an 11 metre long bar of solid brass and large hosting tables which can seat up to 22 people. You can also enjoy an intimate dinner for two tucked away in a cosy corner. So whichever style of dining you seek to embrace, the Beaucoup can accommodate your wishes, and the restaurant’s name is fully borne out by the all you can eat grand buffet menu.
Hotel Marais Bastille points the way to the best restaurants in Paris
Allow us to point you in the right direction for the finest flavours and the best dining in Paris. At the Hotel Marais Bastille we like to ensure our guests make the most of their stay.
Hotel Marais Bastille, a 3 star Design hotel in the heart of Paris.