Nabuchodonosor restaurant in Paris is sited almost facing the Pont de l'Alma just a few steps from the Eiffel Tower. If you love wine, champagne and Cuban cigars, not to mention refined cuisine de terroir, then 'Nabu' is the place. Named for the largest bottle of champagne that is made, this warm, convivial restaurant offers sleek and stylish surroundings of blond wood with sienna walls, traditional lighting and seating with striking black and white photographs of evocative Cuban faces. Chef Thierry Garnier, from the kitchens of Guy Savoy, creates a high-order seasonal French menu with special emphasis on meat and game. After your meal, choose a perfectly-kept Cuban cigar from the humidor, decant another bottle of grand cru or an armagnac from the fantastically complete list and carry on enjoying. Superb for business lunches.
6 Avenue Bosquet