The Museum of Decorative Arts of Paris presents Loulou, its restaurant nestled in a fabulous corner of the palace. So classy !
Loulou, a chic and sophisticated restaurant
While the Musée des Arts Décoratifs paints a superb panorama of design and fashion from the Middle Ages to the present day, could it have a restaurant like the others? Loulou is a great address in its own right, chic and sophisticated. Loulou comes to life under the poetic and mischievous line of Jean-Charles de Castelbajac. Imbued with the imagination of the Turinese architect Carlo Mollino and the audacity of Loulou de la Falaise, muse of Yves Saint-Laurent, Loulou is a free, hedonistic and erudite spirit who cultivates glamour, discreet luxury and good mood. Loulou likes to receive in her homes in Paris, Ramatuelle and Val d’Isère, distilling a sweet scent of the French Riviera.
An exclusive setting
As for the huge terrace, it is one of the most beautiful refuges in Paris, boasting the long facades of the Louvre, the foliage of the Tuileries gardens and, pointing on the horizon, the Musée d’Orsay and of the Eiffel Tower! In such an exclusive setting, the cuisine, designed by chef Benoît Dargère, boasts a Franco-Italian Riviera inspiration full of smoothness, which makes the southern sun shine in the heart of the capital… What a way to spend a radiant moment !
107-111 rue de Rivoli
75001 Paris 1st
01 42 60 41 96