Terrace dining with a Parisian view, a Cheval Blanc edition

If you are looking for a restaurant with a view of Paris, you may want to check out the reopened terraces for an unforgettable epicurean experience at the Cheval Blanc Paris

Cheval Blanc Paris announces the reopening of its terraces. All located on the seventh floor, each one unveils a unique gastronomic experience, thanks to its chefs, under the guidance of Arnaud Donckele. All of this, set against a breathtaking backdrop that is the City of Light.

Le Jardin is an urban Eden in Paris

Le Jardin de Cheval Blanc Paris offers a carefully curated menu that epitomises the summer spirit by the hands of chef William Béquin and sweets by pastry chef Maxime Frédéric.

A vibrant terrace that comes to life in the beautiful season with its scarlet tones and furniture playing the notes of red and white, punctuated with chic and a pop of yellow.

This rustic atmosphere with its pathways where red flowers share the spotlight with aromatic herbs emits a quintessential summery scent of lemon thyme, basil, and rosemary. Le Jardin de Cheval Blanc Paris is a playful retreat that offers spirited competitions of Mölkky, furious spins on the table football, a giant chess game, for kings, queens, and of course, knights of all ages.

Opening hours: Wednesday to Sunday – from noon to 11 pm, from May 15th to September 15th 2024, subject to good weather.

Le Tout-Paris with a view of the Seine river

CHEVAL BLANC hostel by Maison Edouard François

The address overlooks the rooftops of the city. Facing south, the terrace is lined with balconies and intimate alcoves to embrace the most beautiful views of the Seine, from Notre-Dame to the Eiffel Tower, for a lunch under the sun or a dinner under the stars, in a delightful frenzy.

This contemporary, lively, and elegant brasserie is an invitation to Parisian life. Flavours are imagined by chef William Béquin echoing the famous Art Deco bistros. The green bean tart, stracciatella, and its smoked velvet with black olive as a starter, the lobster, red mullet, monkfish and sea bass in the spirit of a lightly saffroned bourride as a main course, and the rhubarb vacherin with its fromage blanc whipped cream offer a generous reinterpretation of iconic French gastronomy dishes, with modernity and gourmet taste.

Opening hours: Le Tout-Paris is open every day from 7 am to 1 am.

Italian delights at Langosteria

This is the place where Italian and French culture collide. Langosteria brings Parisians their second culinary love, made-in-Italy fine dining. Facing the Seine, high in the sky, the restaurant opens onto a terrace overlooking the rooftops of Paris.

On the menu, Italian rhythm and sunny influences: Sicilian gambero rosso, red tuna carpaccio and eggplants, tagliatelle with royal langoustines… This absolute freshness also extends to dessert, notably with the signature tiramisu, by pastry chef Maxime Frédéric.

Opening hours: Langosteria is open for dinner every day from 6 pm to 11 pm; and lunch from Friday to Sunday from 12 pm to 3 pm.

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