The Bound is closed with no re-opening date.
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The Bound restaurant, sushi bar and night club in Paris
The Bound is owned and run by the George V Eatertainment Group who also run other very successful unique venues that combine a night club, bar and restaurant in Paris such as the Buddha-Bar and the Barrio Latino.
This venue has been running since 2005 and located in what is classed as the Golden Triangle of Paris close the Champs Elysees, The Bound is situated in the same building that used to have the restaurant B*Fly before this closed down and it is a trendy spot that is ideal for those of you that like sushi.
Also today the Bound has been classed as one of the hip and cool places to go in Paris with its glam-rock décor, which is exceeding bright and colourful with a very large pink metallic bar, alcoves that have pearl curtains and plasma screens that provide post-modern video art.
Then you have the crocodile leather chairs and Venetian chandeliers, giving the Bound a New York style that combines with Parisian elegance, plus there is a terrace set up outside during the warmer months.
The Bound really comes alive at night with its lights and resident DJs that provide up beat vibes of rock and hype for those that want excitement and a unique ambience in a great atmosphere that turns the venue into a night club in Paris.
The cuisine at The Bound
Whether you would prefer a light lunch or an elaborate dinner, then you will not be disappointed with the cuisine at The Bound, as they use lots of unusual and different flavours to get your taste buds tingling, along with offering a wide range of international dishes you can choose to enjoy.
However, you could just opt for a cocktail at the bar with a wide variety that can enhance your mood even further for an enjoyable evening out in Paris.
The Sushi Bar
But why not try the Sushi Bar, where you can watch the talented sushi chef prepart different delights right in front of you and these range from sushi and sashimi to rolls and vegetarian rolls that are all accompanied by a rare selection of Japanese sakes and served on bamboo.
You could experience delights such as yellow tail sushi with Japanese lemon juice, cucumber stuffed with spicy salmon and tuna, bound sashimi rolls, salmon and turbot sashimi rolls with caviar, tuna tataki with ponzu sauce or mixed spicy fish.
Now, you actually get a set amount of pieces per selection and depending upon what you choose, as of 2012 these range in cost from €9.50 up to €39 for the six piece selection with caviar.
But while admiring the expertise of the sushi chef at work, you could sip on one their cocktails, smoothies, choose from a great selection of French wines or try one of The Bound special sakes, but they also do have numerous options for non-alcoholic beverages as well at this bright and cheerful bar in Paris.
Lunch and Dinner at The Bound
From a Monday to Friday from 12 noon through to 3pm you can have a lunch menu that consists of a starter and main course or a main course and dessert with a drink for €27 or you can opt for set menu options for lunch. The set menus comprise aperitif, hors d’eouvre, main course, dessert, mineral water, a glass of wine and coffee, and as of 2012, these cost from €40.50 up to €60 per person.
However, from 3pm through to 7pm there are also different menu options available that range in cost from €62.50 up to €86.50 per person, as of 2012.
After 7pm on a Monday to Saturday you have the a la carte option and for the hors d’eauvres you could choose from delights such as Carpaccio of tuna with sesame oil and oak leaves, a duck salad or crispy marinated chicken salad.
The main courses could be delights such as sautéed shrimp, Japanese noodles and shitake mushrooms for €24, fresh Atlantic sole meuniere, which can be presented whole or filleted for a cost of €35. But if you are thinking more of a romantic dinner for two, then how about a selection of sushi, sashimi and rolls for two people at a cost of only €51.
Also the desserts are just as tempting and include an assortment of fine cheeses, strawberry tiramisu and many others to round off the perfect meal at this unusual restaurant in Paris.
However, on a Sunday from 12 noon through to 4pm there is a brunch, which is an all you can buffet and the cost for this is €38, but if you are on holiday in Paris with your children, then do not despair, as they only charge €20 for children.
Access to The Bound bar, restaurant and night club
They are located on the Avenue George V just off the famous Champs Elysees avenue in the 8th Arrondissement of Paris, and The Bound is open from noon through to 2am in the morning.
The Bound restaurant in Paris serves food right through to 1am in the morning, however on a Sunday, as mentioned previously, it is only Sunday Brunch, which is an all you can eat buffet, that runs from midday through to 4pm.
The nearest Metro station is the Champs Elysees stop and it is very easy to get to within just a short walk.
And although reservations are not required, at certain times of the year, or for special events such as New Years Eve or the Russian New Year, then you will need to book in advance to ensure you will not miss out on dinner at The Bound with its unique ambiance and decor.
Suitable dress is required, as this is a trendy hip place, especially of an evening and no trainers are allowed, however, when they have the terrace up and running in the summer months, then this would not be a problem, even if you want to relax after all the walking and sightseeing you have been doing.