Bon Restaurant Paris

November 20, 2012 by

The Libary

The Library Salon at Bon Restaurant Paris

The Bon Restaurant in Paris offers an eclectic but contemporary d├ęcor by Philippe Stark.

The restaurant features a variety of dining rooms or salons, each with a different theme. To better grasp the full scope of the concept behind the design, it helps to understand the meaning of the word salon in French. It’s the word used for a living room or parlor and means a conversational gathering.

The Fireplace Room

The Fireplace Room

Salons of the Bon Restaurant Paris

The salons of the Bon Restaurant in Paris are spacious but offer an individual sense of intimacy and ambiance that take diners to a different world as they enjoy lunch or dinner.

Savor a glass of vino in the Vinotheque salon, a meal in the Fireplace Room amid quilted nooks and crannies and large overstuffed sofas or perhaps choose the Library where you’re actually surrounded by shelves lined with books.

A fourth salon, The Boudoir, is reserved for private or professional events for groups of 10-20 people. This room is decorated with floor-length silk curtains and a canopied ceiling.

Aside from the salons, when the weather permits, outdoor seating is also available for lunch (Monday-Friday) on the pavement surrounded by the gardens.

A separate white-tiled room, with comfortable furnishings, is available for those who wish to enjoy a smoke. However, patrons are reminded smoking is not good for your health.

The Vinotheque

The Vinotheque

Bon Restaurant Menu

The Bon Restaurant doesn’t offer an extensive menu, but it’s known for delicious dishes inspired by the countries of Southeast Asia. You can start your meal with selections such as a beef and lemongrass salad, crab spring rolls, or foie gras served with toasts, mango chutney.

Meals are centered around fish or meat (including chicken, pork, or beef), and the dessert menu features fruity options from coconut soup with fresh mango and passion fruit, to fresh strawberries and raspberries with peppermint syrup.

If you’re in Paris, add a visit to the Bon Restaurant to your itinerary. You won’t be disappointed.

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