Paris: these 5 new restaurants not to be missed for the start of the 2022 school year

The month of September is always rich in novelties and particularly in terms of restaurants. To console yourself for the end of summer, here are a few tables that are likely to create a buzz. They should be tested as soon as possible.


Collecting breathtaking views, Paris Society is setting the bar very high this time. Perched at the top of the Morland Tower, the Bonnie restaurant is likely to make a lot of noise: it offers an unprecedented perspective on all of Paris from the top of its sixteen floors. The immersion is even more complete with the work by Olafur Eliasson. Using a mirror effect, it replicates the landscape on the ceiling. We do not know if the plate will be as stunning: for now, dishes in a chic brasserie spirit and champagne-based cocktails are announced.

Bonnie, 10, rue Aggripa d’Aubigné Paris 4th – Opening September 6



This is the novelty of the Eclore group by Stéphane Manigold (Substance, Luiquide, Granite, etc.). With the help of former top Chef Matthias Marc, he has just opened Braise which, as its name suggests, will feature fire cooking. The possibilities are numerous, especially with the Japanese binchotan charcoal or the Big Green Egg barbecue. Young chef Sylvain Courivaud will be at the helm.

Braise, 19, rue d’Anjou, Paris 8th


Omar Dhiab

After Loiseau Rive Gauche, Omar Dhiab sets up on his own and opens a table next to the Place des Victoires. In an Art Deco setting, it aims to serve modern gastronomy: shellfish with vegetable juice, “croq sweetbreads” enhanced with a Grenoble-style condiment… All with a touch of Mediterranean culture as evidenced by the karkadé, a drink Egyptian dish based on hibiscus, served at the start of a meal.

Omar Dhiab, 23, rue Hérold Paris 1er – opening end of September

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Renowned for his Table restaurant, Bruno Verjus signs the Cavalieri menu in the 16th arrondissement. In total, this spacious place of 120 m2 will be able to accommodate 65 people. Mediterranean cuisine will be on the menu: fried halloumi and mint oil, candied eggplant and smoked sweet pepper, half-cooked half-cooked sardines barely smoked. The Kévin brothers and Christian Stradaioli will be in the kitchens.

Cavalieri, 71, rue Paul Doumer Paris 16e – opening on September 21


This is an original opening. Designed as “a place to live, creator of relationships and shared experiences”, Rhezome will welcome the chefs of tomorrow in residence, with the common trait of eco-responsible cuisine. The first chef expected in September is the young Alice Arnoux. Originally from Arcachon, she has a solid CV: La Marine by Alexandre Couillon in Noirmoutier and the mythical Noma by René Redzepi in Copenhagen.

Rhezome, 35, rue Faidherbe, Paris 11th – opening in September


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