Dalloyau Faubourg, bûche "La Pomme d'Amour", 2021

Dalloyau Faubourg

Located in one of the most iconic streets in Paris, Dalloyau tea room is being transformed into a restaurant. Welcome to a historic brand that is always at the forefront of modernity!

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For almost 300 years, the Dalloyau private chefs have been passing down the prized artisanal secrets that dazzled the Sun King and the Court of Versailles in 1682.

Considered the most noble of Paris’ patisseries, Dalloyau opened its first shop in the capital in the early 19th century. And so the Opéra Cake was born, a creation known all around the world, in tribute to the dancers of the Palais Garnier. This avant-garde dessert is bathed in a delicate coffee syrup, layered with buttercream and covered in a Madagascar pure dark chocolate glaze. Dalloyau’s signature dessert!

The former tea room at 101 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré in Paris is undergoing a makeover and has been transformed into a restaurant with the dynamic executive chef Justine Piluso at the helm. The former contestant on Top Chef 2020 promises us a locavore menu thanks to the delicious products of the region and its many producers.

A menu based on fresh and local products

The perfect organic egg and smoked haddock or butternut squash velouté with butter biscuits as a starter, linguini with morels and pulled chicken or grilled mackerel fillet with roast potatoes and beetroot as a main course are sure to make your mouth water. Vegetarians can also enjoy the mushroom and fig bruschettine, aubergine caviar and goat’s cheese.

And the desserts that made Dalloyau famous are now being showcased by the pastry chef and French dessert champion, Jeremy del Val. Alongside the classic Opéra and the famous Dalloyau, you can also find the obligatory macarons in numerous flavours or the incomparable lemon meringue pie.

The size of the venue has increased; it now opens on the ground floor onto a magnificent terrace with colourful furniture and extends to the first floor of the historic building. In total, there are 70 seats inside and 25 outside, located a short walk from the Champs-Elysées, the most beautiful avenue in the world.

Fresh and delicious local cuisine, a prestigious address… The perfect combination for a delectable dining experience!

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101 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré
75008 Paris 8ème

    Days and opening hours

    All year round, daily between 9 am and 9 pm.

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    Spoken languages

    • French
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    Accessibility

    • Hearing disability
    • Mental disability
    • Visual disability
    • Accessible for wheelchairs with assistance