these 35 restaurants to discover absolutely in 2023

From left to right: Christophe Bacquié settles in Bonnieux (84) with Le Mas Les Eydins; Maxime Bouttier opens Géosmine in Paris (11th) at the end of March; Mélanie Serre is opening a shop and a restaurant in Cap-Ferret (33) this summer. Anne-Emmanuelle Thion, Laurent Dupont, MCSBM

THE SELECTION OF FIGARO – Big chefs and young chefs alike are planning openings across France this summer. Our selection.

Despite the difficulties in finding staff and the inflation in costs, restaurateurs continue to venture all over France. Experience the new menu – not exhaustive – for the first half of 2023.

IN PARIS

Astrantia

In the last few days, Pascal Barbot and Christophe Rohat have been able to write a new page in their story, which began at 2000 rue Beethoven, in the footsteps of Joël Robuchon. A long-awaited reopening was soon reproduced in these pages.

32, rue de Longchamp (16e).

HaSalon

End Ma Cocotte, by Puces: with the Moma Group, Eyal Shani (Miznon) imports to Paris his festive and gastronomic concept HaSalon, launched in Tel-Aviv in 2008 and since rejected in Ibiza or New York. Open kitchen, culinary show and Levantine delights to follow.

Paul-Bert market – Serpette (Saint-Ouen). January 19.

Nonos and Edibles

Paul Pairet in the salons of Crillon. Sebastien SORIANO/Le Figaro

The 3-star from Shanghai (Ultraviolet) Paul Pairet makes his big Parisian comeback at the Crillon, transforming Brasserie d’Aumont into Nonos, a grill that pays tribute to traditional specialties…

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