Restaurant Limbar

Limbar restaurant

Buzzing from day to night, from breakfast to dinner, somewhere between simplicity and sophistication, the new Limbar restaurant at the Hôtel du Cheval Blanc in Paris is a force to be reckoned with.

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In the heart of the City of Light, a short walk from the Louvre, opposite the **Pont Neuf ** which spans the Seine, stands the majestic Hôtel du Cheval Blanc.

In the historic setting of La Samaritaine, the hotel with its art deco heritage has been redecorated in a contemporary spirit, showcasing French craftsmanship and expertise.
On the ground floor of this luxury hotel, you’ll find the Limbar restaurant managed by Maxime Frédéric, a leading pastry chef. With a passion for taste and local produce, he strives for cuisine that has both an international outlook and home-grown flavours. Serving up a sophisticated new take on baked goods!

From breakfast to dinner and more…

A sophisticated breakfast with organic boiled eggs and a pastry counter to start the day in the right way. Sweet or savoury, off the plate or cut to order, treat yourself to a light pastry! All accompanied by freshly squeezed orange, grapefruit or lemon juice, as well as a fine selection of coffees and teas.
For lunch, the chef shares his passion and inspiration to create a memorable moment. Pont-Neuf croissant, fine tarts, pain bagnat… generous and sincere baked dishes produced by a team with a love of quality products and expertise. Vegetables from the kitchen garden and cereals are skilfully used to make the salads on the menu. You’ll be surprised by the poule au pot style vol-au-vent or the Grand Roux corn soufflée tart.

The afternoon tea menu features delicate pastries from the different regions of France. On a trolley nicknamed “the wanderer”, discover the creations of chef Maxime Frédéric to delight the taste buds of the young and old alike. Mini-religieuses, éclairs, amuse-bouches and gourmet desserts will take you right back to your childhood. This carefully presented and delicately served culinary ritual is accompanied by herbalism workshops.

From 6 p.m. the party starts with cocktail hour. Florian Thireau, head bartender at Cheval Blanc Paris and a passionate mixologist, creates signature cocktails with floral and spicy notes that create a taste sensation. Jasmine and white tea or damask rose and aloe vera, it’s a treat for your taste buds.

As night falls, in this cosy, intimate atmosphere overlooking the Seine, Limbar takes you on a journey of the senses. Like an artist, Florian Thireau composes, explores and creates unique flavours. To produce a subtle, flowery taste, he mixes, blends, shakes, chills, roasts, freezes and flames. You’ll be in seventh heaven when you taste this interpretation of elegance, splendour and romance.
Sip his unique creations that play with flavours, bitterness, spices and colours! A delight for the senses accompanied by a fine menu of finger foods to share with friends and get the night off to a good start.

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8 quai du Louvre
75001 Paris 1er

    Days and opening hours

    All year round, daily.



    Spoken languages

    • French
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