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“Emily in Paris”: the famous restaurants that appear in the third season

“Emily in Paris”: the famous restaurants that appear in the third season

“Emily in Paris”: the famous restaurants that appear in the third season

The third season of “Emily in Paris” once again stole sighs, not only with the story that is becoming more and more complicated, but also with the locations in which the series starring Lily Collins was filmed. In addition to the Eiffel Tower, La Noria de la Fête des Tuileries and Provence, there are other places that stand out and are the restaurants that the different characters visit.

Here we tell you everything you need to know about them:

Le Jules Verne

On the second floor of the Eiffel Tower and 125 meters high, is the restaurant Le Jules Verne, led by chef Frédéric Anton. With a Michelin star, Le Jules Verne offers sophisticated cuisine inspired by 20th century Paris. In addition, it is characterized by the use of unprocessed products such as crab, truffle, prawn, free-range poultry or even chocolate. The price of the menu consisting of three courses costs 105 euros, while for dinner, the tasting menu with five or seven courses costs between 190 euros and 230 euros. None of the options include drinks.

Le Flore en L’Ile

In the heart of the Île Saint-Louis, is Le Flore en L’lle, a restaurant with views of the Notre-Dame cathedral. The place is characterized by the typical French atmosphere and the prices vary between 26.90 euros (menu) and 33 euros (Brunch). In addition, it has an ice cream menu that its diners like.

Terra Nera

Gabriel’s restaurant (Lucas Bravo) is actually an Italian restaurant called Terra Nera, it is located at number 18 Rue des Fossés Saint-Jacques, a street that leads to Place de l’Estrapade, a building in which Emily and Gabriel live. The place is quite small, but it has a lot of charm, it also has quite affordable prices, a plate of pasta can cost from 18 euros.

Restaurant Le Bourgogne

It is a traditional French food restaurant and is located on rue des Vinaigriers very close to the Canal Saint-Martin. It usually has a very regular clientele due to the prices of the food, the lunch menu costs 18.50 euros and the dinner menu costs 21.50 euros.

Clover Gordes

In Provence, Emily and Gabriel visit a restaurant that impressed them, in the series it is called L’Esprit de Lubéron, but in real life it is Clover Gordes, run by chef Jean-François Piège. The restaurant is located in the Airelles Gordes hotel. The dishes that stand out the most are: the Provençal lamb stew ravioli, the Mediterranean sea bass marinated in wild fennel, the pâtes au pistou and the grilled pizza souflée. The menu called ‘Walk through the olive oils of Provence’ costs 140 euros.


The restaurant is the scene of a party in honor of Mindy (Ashley Park), this place is located at 51 Quai des Grands Augustins. The Lapérouse was the first restaurant to obtain three Michelin stars in 1933. Renowned figures such as Zola, Maupassant, Baudelaire, Proust, Victor Hugo, Serge Gainsbourg, Orson Welles, Winston Churchill, Ernest Hemingway, among others, have passed through its tables. In addition, he has been part of other films such as Woody Allen’s ‘Midnight in Paris’ (2011). The menu is in charge of chefs Matteo Nastro and Giuseppe Ratta.

Le Grand Vefour

A well-known restaurant in the series, Le Grand Véfour is located near the gardens of the Palais Royal and is run by chef Guy Martin. It is the oldest restaurant in the French capital, dating back to 1784 and still offering traditional, albeit quite innovative, cuisine. The price of the two-course menu from Tuesday to Saturday is 49 euros and the three-course menu is 59 euros.

Source: Elcomercio

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