oël Robuchon invites you in his private mansion. Its so Parisian Art Deco interior, created with the architect and designer Pierre Yves Rochon, deploys a very Frenchy elegance.
The hall greats you with a black and white marble checkerboard floor and a shimmering chandelier and leads you into a stylish geometrical dining room, furnished in beige, violet and black and adorned with Lalique vases. An adjacent terrace welcomes you. For intimate dinners, enjoy the private room ornamented with purple velvet hangings facing a wall of leaves and illuminated by an ancient Tisserant chandelier.
The cuisine is directed by par Claude Le Toic, Meilleur Ouvrier de France (France’s Best Craftsman), Executive Chef Tomonori Danzaki and Pastry Chef Kamel Guechda who offer you exceptional dishes in 9 or 16-courses tasting menus. The wine list, meeting the standards of this extraordinary place, turns out to be a liquid art collection