French cuisine is renowned worldwide. But sometimes even in Paris, you might want something different, like italian food, and this is where Ristorante National provides the perfect solution.
You will fall in love with its location within the 4-star Hôtel National des Arts et Metiers. With its classic Haussmann facade that contributes to the distinctive Parisian look, its brilliant location on the Rue Saint Martin in the city’s historic 3rd arrondissement in the Montorgueil area is close to the Marais, Réaumur Sébastopol, Beaubourg and Les Halles areas.
The hotel is justifiably proud of its fabulous Ristorante National. It may seem surprising to find an Italian restaurant in Paris, but rest assured, the hotel takes its responsibilities to Italian cuisine with the utmost seriousness.
Three of the biggest names in Parisian gastronomy - Julien Cohen, Jean-Pierre Lopes and Thomas Delafon - have pooled their skills to create a menu that would be the envy of any such restaurant in the world, never mind an Italian restaurant in Paris.
A crack team of chefs and kitchen staff at the very top of their game work day and night to bring the trio’s menu to life with the very best of seasonal ingredients.
Of course, eating the finest Italian-style meals involves more than just what’s on the plate. The Hôtel National des Arts et Metiers has this covered too. The attention to detail and the very finest and highest-quality materials that are evident in the hotel can also be found in the Ristorante National. Laid out in the style of a chic trattoria, the generous opening hours ensure you will have the meal of a lifetime that’s the envy of any establishment in Rome.
After a meal in the finest Italian restaurant in Paris, patrons will definitely want to check out the hotel's other facilities. The rooftop bar offers views of city icons such as Sacré-Coeur and the Pompidou Centre as you sip an after-meal drink, or choose from a range of premium spirits and unique mixes in the Herbarium cocktail bar.
And if you’re tempted to check-in, then find a choice of 66 rooms looking out on a wooded square or courtyard. Furnished to the highest standards by architect Raphael Navot, they range from signature rooms (several with balcony) to a 26 sq m studio and the hotel’s pride and joy, the 100 sq m Penthouse looking out over the city. And if you have to work, the Hôtel National des Arts et Metiers has facilities for business and private events.