La Bauhinia, here is the name of the sublime restaurant located in a palace which takes its name from a tropical flower.
In the heart of a palace
Inspired by the flower of the same name, La Bauhinia recalls the Asian origins and offers a unique atmosphere in the heart of a palace . Above the restaurant, the extraordinary glass “dome”, designed by the famous architect Maurice Gras, bathes the restaurant in light. . The French chef Christophe Moret, already two-starred, offers us a beautiful cuisine with French products based on the most beautiful vegetables of our country. From Kristal caviar to farm-raised yellow poultry supreme from the Landes, freshness and refinement are therefore in order.
A pastry chef from the Plaza
On the dessert side but also at tea-time, make way for the talent of Maxence Barbot. This chef, originally from Brittany, who studied at the Plaza with Christophe Michalak or at Georges V, offers us sublime creations that are always elegantly executed. Located in the heart of the historic building, former home of Prince Roland Bonaparte, this bubble of greenery is a real haven of peace, sheltered from prying eyes and the hustle and bustle of Paris offering a timeless break under the benevolent eye of the Eiffel Tower.
10 avenue d’Iéna