Le Relais Plaza,

Le Relais Plaza

A new chapter dawns for the iconic Art Deco restaurant of the Hôtel Plaza Athénée, Le Relais Plaza, with the new executive Chef Jean Imbert. Through his vision, dinners discover the perfect model of a classic Parisian brasserie.

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Since its grand opening on December 30, 1936, Le Relais Plaza has been the ‘it place’ of Paris. You can just imagine the parties, the room filled with fashion designers and musicians of the era, who couldn’t resist a turn at the grand piano. Today, with its heady bar, this Parisian palace it remains the ultimate avenue Montaigne address.

Regarding the atmosphere, Le Relais Plaza is one of the city’s last remaining Art Deco dining rooms, and this spirit of the roaring 1930s lives on. Look out for Diane Chasseresse’s original frescoes alongside Lalique’s spectacular chandelier and engraved zodiac stained glass.

When creating his menus, Jean Imbert is guided by three principles: authenticity, flavour and simplicity, in order to provide French brasserie dining at its very best.

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Days and opening hours

All year round, daily. Noon: 12.15 - 2 pm evening: 7.30 pm - 10.30 pm.



Spoken languages

  • French
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25 avenue Montaigne
75008 Paris 8ème

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