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Buddha Bar Nightclub and Restaurant in Paris

The Buddha Bar was originally started by Raymond Visan and then co-owned with his partner Gerard Guez and there are now other Buddha Bars that have opened up in Dubai and Cairo, plus smaller venues called the Little Buddha Bar in Las Vegas and Vienna.

The setting in Paris is a two storey dining area that is subtly lit with rich mahogany furniture, Chinese and Japanese art, wood panelling, luxurious looking fabrics in red and gold plus mosaics and the giant statue, which is a twenty metre tall Buddha that watches over drinkers and diners.

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You can sit and have a meal at the Buddha Bar surrounded by palm trees and chandeliers or just have a drink at the mezzanine bar, which is in the shape of an ornate sleeping dragon and is laced with 18th century style wrought-iron balustrades. 

This is a great place in Paris to start your nightclubbing, with some fantastic DJ's who will provide you with mood setting, ethnic and laid back tunes and the experience is summed up brilliantly by the now famous Buddha Bar compilations that you can purchase, yet because it is a very popular place, it can be difficult to get into, and therefore it's a good idea to make a reservation if going here for a meal.

Situated in the 8th Arrondissement of Paris close to the Place de la Concorde, the Buddha Bar is a temple of glitzy style with Japanese-American fusion food that skilfully combines exotic delicacies with high-class cuisine.

There is no particular dress code, but you may have realised by now that the Pariasians do tend to dress up for an evening out at a restaurant in Paris, and being situated in a chic area of Paris, this is something that you may wish to do, as you will definitely not feel out of place with the business men and the fashionable crowd that you will meet here.

Restaurant Guide Key Points

Opening Times:

For lunch it is open on a Monday to Friday from noon to 3pm and then for the Dinner and bar it is open from 7pm to 12.30am.  However at a weekend it is open in the evenings and not for lunch.

There is no particular dress code although smart casual, fashionable and trendy dress is recommended and you will often find men in suits.

Average Price for a Meal: Around 60 not including drinks. Some people have commented that the meals and drinks can be a little on the expensive side, yet the atmosphere is electric and the ambience around the cocktail bar is fantastic, so worth every penny.

Reservations are highly recommended otherwise you may end up not getting in and being disappointed, plus for your convenience when dining here the Buddha Bar also has Valet Parking.


Address & Contact Details:

Buddha Bar
8 - 12 Rue Boissy d'Anglas
75008
Paris
France

Telephone: 1 53 05 90 00
Fax: 1 53 05 90 09


Buddha Bar and Restaurant



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