On the dynamic Rue de Rivoli, just a stone’s throw from the Louvre, stands the splendid Hôtel Madame Rêve, which recently opened in the former Poste du Louvre. After impressing you with its huge Madame Rêve Café on the ground floor, it will inspire you with its La Plume restaurant.
This is a new establishment to be reckoned with on the Parisian restaurant scene. With its rooftop offering a panoramic view across Paris and an outstanding view of the Church of Saint-Eustache, it’s the perfect place to enjoy a delightful gourmet experience.
From the private entrance, at 43 rue Etienne Marcel, a sensory voyage of discovery awaits you! On the top floor, the restaurant opens out onto a green patio area, which brings a touch of natural greenery into the restaurant. The large U-shaped bar made of Calacatta Oro marble combines elegance and conviviality to bring you a refreshing and exhilarating atmosphere. Also made from marble, the many tables face the spectacular view, of which you will never tire.
Before discovering the chef’s menu and being seated at your table, sit for a while at the bar and enjoy a signature cocktail or a traditional mojito or spritz, according to your preferences.
A delicate mix of Japanese influences and French gastronomic culture
Your dishes are designed and produced by the chef Benjamin Six who, after having travelled the world from London to Dubai, has now come to surprise and enchant the food lovers of Paris and the guests of the 5-star hotel. With its Japanese inspiration this is a contemporary and convincing cuisine that will titillate your taste buds with Gunkan of wagyu beef tartare, crispy avocado with lime dashi, lobster carpaccio with yuzu jelly and soy sauce, teriyaki grilled salmon, tempura sole with nori seaweed and tentsuyu sauce or even braised octopus with Jerusalem artichoke puree. Just reading the menu will get your mouth watering!
To round off the meal superbly, La Plume has called on the great pastry chef Pierre Hermé to concoct something to end this culinary experience on a sweet but delicate note. Tradition and a love of good food are the watchwords in the desserts of Pierre Hermé, with his Suzette caramel cheesecake on a crispy crumble accompanied by an orange marmalade or his “2000 Feuilles” cream slice with its light and airy praline mousseline cream.
A magical establishment that lives and lights up to the rhythm of the lights, for an enchanting Parisian evening!