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Restaurants in Paris Lafayette's dinner

Average price 70 €

Lafayette's - Paris

French, Japanese

Address

8 rue d’Anjou 75008

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Hours

Open Monday to Saturday:
  • 12 PM to 2:30 PM
  • 7:00 PM to 11:00 PM
Closed on Sunday

Nestled in the prestigious 8th arrondissement of Paris, Lafayette’s restaurant emerges as a remarkable gem at 8 rue d’Anjou.

 

This unique place was once the private mansion of the Marquis de Lafayette, a pivotal figure in French history, whose 19th-century spirit and elegance are preserved and celebrated. Classified for its historical significance, the building today houses an unparalleled culinary experience where history meets the boldness of modernity.

 

The interior of Lafayette’s is a masterpiece of design, where every detail has been carefully curated to evoke the opulence and refinement of Lafayette’s era, while incorporating modern and disruptive elements. The plush salons, with their rich color palettes ranging from tobacco to saffron, and deep shades of green and red, create a warm and enveloping atmosphere. The decor, both historical and decidedly contemporary, creates a space where guests can immerse themselves in a unique experience at the crossroads of centuries.

 

The cuisine at Lafayette’s is an invitation to travel.

 

Defining itself as creative, freely French, and neo-bourgeois, it renews culinary tradition by embracing influences from the American and African continents. This daring fusion is reflected in a seasonal menu, where each dish tells a story, one of a bridge between cultures, flavors, and traditions.

 

The chefs, true artists and explorers of taste, commit to delivering an unforgettable gustatory experience, making Lafayette’s a meeting place for adventurous gourmets.

 

Beyond its innovative cuisine, Lafayette’s stands as a place of culture and history. The building itself, with its walls laden with memories, invites contemplation and time travel. Guests are encouraged to discover, beyond flavors, the soul of a historical, vibrant, and eternal Paris, while enjoying dishes of incomparable finesse.

 

Lafayette’s is not just a place to dine; it is a destination in itself, an immersive experience that engages all the senses. Whether it’s for an intimate dinner, a celebration, or a simple culinary escape, Lafayette’s promises a memorable culinary adventure, where the excellence of the cuisine merges with the richness of history to create unforgettable moments.

 

In short, Lafayette’s stands out not only for its exceptional setting and unique history but also for its bold culinary proposition.

 

It is a must-visit for those seeking to experience something that transcends the mere act of eating, to enter a dimension where each meal becomes a narrative, an exploration of the senses and time.

 

Mory Sacko, a Parisian chef born in 1991, quickly made a name for himself on the culinary scene with his unique cuisine that fuses African, French, and Japanese traditions.

 

After honing his art and technique in the prestigious kitchen of the Mandarin Oriental under the guidance of chef Thierry Marx, Sacko opened his own restaurant, MoSuke, in Paris in 2020. This place has become a symbol of his borderless culinary vision, where he boldly and delicately blends the flavors and techniques of three continents.

 

Mory Sacko’s cuisine is a true exploration of the senses, recognized for its ability to transcend cultures through inventive and elegant dishes. His talent was soon rewarded with prestigious accolades, affirming his place among the most innovative chefs of his generation.

 

Beyond his culinary achievements, Sacko is committed to diversity and representation in the industry, making him an emblematic and inspiring figure well beyond the kitchens of MoSuke.

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Average price based on a starter and a main course 70 €

Please make reservations at least 24 hours in advance.

 

You will get an email confimation from the restaurant.

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