Le Pavillon Ledoyen located at the foot of the Champs-Elysées, Yannick Alléno offers a modern and dazzling cuisine.
Opened in 1779
Of the small inn which opened its doors in 1779, there is not much left. The Pavillon Ledoyen, property of the City of Paris, is today a large restaurant of 1,620 m² on four levels, including a room on the first floor is classified as a Historic Monument. Since taking charge of it in 2014, with his partner Florence Cane, Yannick Alléno has retained the old and opulent charm of a bourgeois house bathed in light, with its chic bar on the ground floor, and whose spaces are organized around a beautiful central staircase. At the foot of the Champs-Elysées, in the shadow of the Petit Palais, you can discover the modern cuisine of an exceptional chef. This prestigious Parisian institution, housed in an elegant pavilion in the gardens of the Champs-Élysées, embodies the very image of the great French restaurant: the luxury of the decor, the culture of tableware, the service orchestrated with elegance, everything draws a unique showcase to the glory of gastronomy.
Chef Yannick Alléno achieves a real tour de force by immediately printing his signature. His cuisine is dazzling and technical, with a special mention for juices and sauces, magnified through skilful extractions: or how the avant-garde serves the great French culinary tradition. the restaurant has become one of the most highly regarded establishments in Paris, ranked three stars in the Michelin guide, with cuisine at the top. The dishes are luxurious and assume themselves as such. L’Abysse – 2 Michelin stars – is a modern sushi counter located in the Ledoyen Pavilion: delicious nigiri and sake on the menu. Le Pavyllon – 1 Michelin star – located on the ground floor, revolves around a 30-seat counter and a beautiful terrace.
The Ledoyen Pavilion
8 Av. Dutuit,
75008 Paris https://www.yannick-alleno.com/fr/