This restaurant is a true hidden gem in every way, and comes to prove that its not always about location, location location!
Located well away from all the Parisian hustle and bustle, Radioeat is not only located in the middle of nowhere (Radio France, 116 Avenue du Président Kennedy, 75016) when you arrive at the building you feel like you have got the wrong address and double check your Google Maps.
It’s the moment when you start going up the staircase that you figure out your choice might just been your weekly best, the wooden architecture of the restaurant designed by Stéphane Maupin is breathtaking and gives the building a nice warm feeling.
The large glass windows all around the building allow guests to have a mesmerising view of Paris as you enjoy a closeup on the Eiffel Tower and the Seine.
Radio france came up with the idea of creating an elegant, healthy and tasty restaurant that could offer musical concert guests visiting the auditorium an unforgettable gastronomic experience to go with their show. Little did they know that soon enough people would be visiting the restaurant from all over the world just for the food!
Eric Wapler and chef Thierry Bassard offer a delicious menu that is really hard to choose from with starters such as steamed vegetable dumplings and homemade hummus with pesto to main courses such as caramelised chicken, pineapple and cashew nuts with steamed rice.
So what are you still doing here? Book a table and treat yourself like a true foodie that you are!
Radioeat, 116 Avenue du Président Kennedy, 75016, Paris