Thanks to designer Jean-Michel Wilmotte, the restaurant has been restored to all the former glory of its 1910s heyday. A redesigned and modern Art Deco style surrounds you as you enter a majestic 180-seat space, spanning two floors with a magnificent covered terrace and an open patio which floods the space with light. Every foodie in the French capital has booked themselves a table there.
For his first restaurant in Paris, Mediterranean chef Gerald Passedat hasn’t done anything by half. In a wonderful tribute to southern-style cooking, he elevates seafood to a whole new level and amazes diners with his fish charcuterie and octopus parmentier, offering a wonderful menu that changes with the seasons!
A Sea Bar overlooking the glass-walled restaurant kitchens is a great place to sample sardines, oysters, crab and langoustines on the fly whilst watching the exhilarating hustle and bustle around the stoves.
Welcome to a new generation, who are turning tradition on its head in the most wonderfully Parisian of ways to bring you little bites of sunshine!
Enjoy a shopping break at Le Bon Marché Rive Gauche, the temple of the French art de vivre!
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- Richard Haugton