Under the impressive 1930s glass cupola designed by famous architect Maurice Gras, La Bauhinia is bathed in light and enjoys all the charm of a winter garden. It owes its name to the 5-petalled flower from the orchid family that graces the flag of Hong Kong.
Created by chef Christophe Moret and pastry chef Maxence Barbot, the menu features dishes packed with French and Asian flavours, made with French produce and inspired by the different regions of France. This is food that's delicious, local, unexpected and authentic!
From Kristal caviar to a cep and chanterelle tarte fine, prawn Pad Thai, free-range, corn-fed Landes chicken supreme, Menton lemon cake, an orchard fruit tart featuring produce grown here in the Paris Region and more, dishes are irresistible – not to mention available to take away.
When summer finally arrives, the terrace and its French-style garden are also the perfect place to relax and enjoy views of the Eiffel Tower! In the afternoon, the Garden Terrace will welcome aficionados of continuous gourmet breaks, for a late lunch, an aperitif or, on weekends, a TeaTime.
Located in the heart of the historic building, the former residence of Prince Roland Bonaparte, this green bubble is a true haven of peace, sheltered from the glare of the Parisian hustle and bustle, offering a timeless interlude under the benevolent eye of the Eiffel Tower.
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Days and opening hours
All year round, daily between 12 pm and 10 pm.