A Parisian institution ! Located in the gallery of the gardens of the Palais Royal, this gourmet restaurant is orchestrated by the famous chef Guy Martin.
A Belle Epoque decor
Nestled under the arcades of the Palais Royal garden, Le Grand Véfour has a decor that takes us straight back to the 18th century, with carved woodwork, period mirrors, painted canvases fixed under glass… Guy Martin, self-taught and passionate chef , offers a cuisine that combines modernity and tradition, a cuisine at the height of the place, that gourmets from all over the world come to taste! Le Grand Vefour has existed since 1784.
The meeting place of Victor Hugo and Georges Sand
For a long time a meeting place for all of Paris, its regulars are none other than Bonaparte, Georges Sand and Victor Hugo. Colette also had her habits there as a neighborhood neighbor. A plaque also indicates the seat where she sat. The main rooms are now listed as Historic Monuments. Welcome to the heart of a mythical address. It is Guy Martin who is the chef of this great Parisian address with two stars in the Michelin Guide. This chef with an atypical background began as a pizza chef at the age of 17. He obtained his first star at home in record time. It was in 1991 that he entered the Grand Véfour never to leave. In 2011 he acquired it. He is therefore at home in every sense of the word in this restaurant with a cuisine known and recognized throughout the world.
Le Grand Véfour
17 Rue de Beaujolais,