Restaurants may be closed during lockdown in Paris but that doesn't mean the culinary capital of the world isn't still serving mouthwatering dishes to its beloved Parisians. We have rounded up 8 restaurants in the French capital who are delivering straight to your doorstep for your dining pleasure.
Gourmet restaurant Anona, in the 17th arrondissement, prides itself on serving seasonal dishes made with the freshest local produce, and with its new take-away and delivery service during lockdown you can still experience chef Thibaut Spiwack's cuisine. The menu changes daily but for 32 euros you can enjoy a 3-course dinner in the comfort of your own home. The restaurant also offers a cocktail menu to pair with your dinner.
A former railway station, La Gare in the 16th arrondissement serves food from the four corners of the world. Mexican, Peruvian, Mediterranean and of course French cuisine make up the colourful menu and now La Gare is bringing the flavours of the world to your home. Cheeseburgers, ceviche and grilled octopus salad are all available for you to savour and they're only a click away with Deliveroo.
Craving a traditional calzone? Chefs Denny Imbroisi and Giuseppe Cutraro have come together to create the perfect, mouthwatering calzone. Filled with creamy burrata cheese, mushrooms, ham and black truffles, the wood fired delight is available at the chefs' respective restaurants, Malro and Peppe, for take-away or delivery with Uber Eats.
Caviar and vodka are only a call away with Kaspia putting in place their Kaspia & Chill offer. Parisians' favourite eatery when in the mood for caviar now delivers their famous baked potato topped with caviar and smoked salmon served with blinis. You can also order the restaurant's house champagne or vodka to be enjoyed while chilling at home.
France's most celebrated chef, Alain Ducasse, is also bringing dishes from three of his restaurants in Paris to you at home via Uber Eats. The Ducasse Chez Moi x Uber Eats offer sees pasta from Cucina, butter chicken from Spoon and duck foie gras served with toasted French country bread from Champeaux all on the menu so you can sample your favourite dishes from the three different eateries all under the one roof.
Your Sunday Roast during lockdown is getting the prestigious treatment courtesy of La Rôtisserie d'Argent. The French capital's traditional bistro is preparing the ultimate Sunday lunch with smoked salmon, foie gras, pan-seared mushrooms and of course the house's famous roast chicken ready for you to take-away or order for delivery.
Just because you are in lockdown does not mean you cannot enjoy the best things in life, especially the delicious pastries Paris is famous for. Sébastien Gaudard is making sure tea time is not forgotten about while at home, with the pastry chef offering flavoured tea for two for every two pastries ordered, giving you the perfect reason to organise high tea à la maison.
And if you're missing a hearty Sunday brunch, Benoît Castel has you covered with pancakes, artisanal yoghurt, granola, fresh fruit and freshly squeezed orange juice.