ur' restaurant opens out into a vast rotunda with a modern peristyle that is quite unexpected in such a contemporary setting. The rush of the kitchen that opens onto the restaurant, the bustle of an authentic grill cooked over vine shoots and the discreet activity of the young staff make this refined place a theatre of unusual tastes. This soft-hued and cosy atmosphere, where original abstract Viswanadhan’s China ink sketches on parchment hang on walls of mahogany, is the setting for a symphony of flavours.
When entering to the restaurant, guests walk down a small gallery path with a six-meter 'wine wall' that not only serves as the hotel's cellar, but also as a cigar and cheese cabinet.
After twenty years in some of the greatest establishments such as Taillevent, Le Crillon, La Cantine des Gourmets and most recently Les Muses, Jean-François Rouquette is now taking up a new gastronomic challenge.
Honoured with its first Michelin Star, Pur' restaurant offers an innovative gastronomic style in which simplicity becomes synonymous with purity and refinement.