Restaurant Laperouse

The Lapérouse restaurant is not only a prestigious establishment in Paris with ideal French cuisine, but also one of the most legendary places, which in themselves represent the very history of the city. It was opened as a supplier of lemonade to the court of Louis XV back in 1766. Lapérouse was the first restaurant to be awarded 3 stars in the Michelin Guide in 1933.
“The place is so Parisian, so elegant, where almost literary love is hidden. The walls exude French sensuality and the legacy of Proust,” says Cordelia de Castellane, artistic director of Dior Home and Baby Dior.
Despite its location in the crowded, historical center of Paris with windows overlooking the Seine and the Ile de la Cité, the interior of Lapérouse is a confidential and cozy atmosphere with elegant private rooms. Perhaps thanks to this feature, the restaurant immediately became a favorite meeting place for merchants, the rich and Parisian bohemians. Regular visitors to the establishment were: Alexandre Dumas, Emile Zola, Guy de Maupassant, Victor Hugo, Ernest Hemingway, George Sand, Charles Baudelaire and Marcel Proust.
Lapérouse still has an 18th-century atmosphere, enhanced by wood paneling, low ceilings and staircases. The first floor hall with soft lighting, sculptures and portraits of writers, musicians and researchers who visited here.
The constant skill of the chefs of the Lapérouse restaurant will always delight anyone, even the most refined and sophisticated gourmet.
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