Café de la Paix

Paris, France

A legendary address in the Grands Boulevards, Café de la Paix has been fully renovated, flourishing once again its famous Napoléon III décor.

Inaugurated in 1862, at the same time as Le Grand Hôtel which shares its premises, this institution has always been at the heart of Parisian art and art de vivre.
It has watched generations of Parisians meet, find love, and share moments together, over coffee, over a lifetime.
Over the years, it has attracted the greatest intellectuals, artists, politicians and writers. Sitting down for a drink, you join an illustrious list of loyal famous guests, the spirit of Guy de Maupassant and Victor Hugo, the memory of Ernest Hemingway and Emile Zola, and the unforgettable presence of Serge Lifar, ballet master at the neighbouring Palais Garnier.
The atmosphere, rich with history, offers visitors an unforgettable experience where the past and present harmoniously blend in a listed décor.
Café de la Paix menu is entirely created by Executive Chef Laurent André, driven by a passion for local produce, respect for seasons, and a love for classic dishes which he revisits with subtle nuances. Chef Laurent André in tribute to French gastronomy, showcasing iconic dishes such as French onion soup or sole meunière or grilled served tableside. These two mythical recipes belong to the history of Café de la Paix.
With its timeless ambiance and culinary delights, Café de la Paix, a living symbol of the French way of life, provides its visitors with a unique experience infused with the soul of the French capital.

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