The Dalloyau tea room, located in one of the most emblematic streets of Paris, is transformed into a classy restaurant.

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The most noble pastry shop in Paris

Welcome to a historic House always at the forefront of modernity ! For nearly 300 years now, Dalloyau food officers have been transmitting the precious craftsmanship that dazzled the Sun King and the Court of Versailles in 1682. Considered the most noble pastry shop in Paris, the house opened its first shop in the capital at the start of the 19th century. This is how the Opera was born, a creation known throughout the world, in homage to the dancers of the Palais Garnier. This avant-garde dessert is soaked in a delicate coffee syrup, topped with buttercream and covered with a pure dark chocolate icing from Madagascar.

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An emblematic Parisian place

The former tea room at 101 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré in Paris, an emblematic Parisian place, now combines a Haussmann style with urban art. The place has gained in space and starts from the ground floor with a beautiful colorful terrace, to end on the first floor of the historic building. A total of 70 seats indoors and 25 outdoors, located a few steps from the most beautiful avenue in the world, the Champs-Elysées.

Fresh and local products

A menu based on fresh and local products The perfect organic egg and smoked haddock or the butternut velouté and melting palet as a starter, the linguini with morels and shredded chicken or the grilled mackerel fillet with roasted potatoes and beets as a main course have all the arguments to make you salivate. As for the desserts that have made the House famous, it is the pastry chef Jeremy del Val, French dessert champion, who sublimates them today. Between the traditional Opéra and the famous Dalloyau, you can also count on the unmissable macaroons with multiple flavors or the unbeatable lemon meringue pie. The place has expanded and opens on the ground floor onto a magnificent terrace and its colorful furniture and extends to the 1st floor of the historic building. Local cuisine, fresh and tasty, a prestigious address… The perfect combination to have a delicious time !

Dalloyau Paris

101 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré

75008 Paris 8th

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