“Each of my restaurants tells a unique story,” says Alain Ducasse. Indeed, each of his establishments has its own, distinctive personality. From the Michelin-star restaurant to the fancy canteen, from the bistro to the Italian trattoria, so many different stories and so many unforgettable experiences.
Le Grand Contrôle is the restaurant of the Hotel Les Airelles, located within the grounds of the Palace of Versailles and offering a breathtaking view on the Orangerie parterre. In this privileged setting, the restaurant proposes for dinner the unique experience of an haute cuisine inspired by the meals of the king.
Ideally located opposite the Tuileries Gardens, Le Meurice – Alain Ducasse has taken its place among the favorite addresses of neo-gourmets. A team of young thirtysomethings, including Amaury Bouhours in the kitchen, brings a breath of freedom to this restaurant.
Sapid is a refectory offering a vivid and tasty vegetable cuisine, occasionally seasoned with marine proteins. The restaurant forges partnerships with market gardeners, farmers and seafood artisans who work in a sustainable and reasoned way.
Above the Forum des Halles, under the Canopy, Champeaux is a brasserie of the 21st century which revisits the finest classics of this repertoire. This neo-brasserie is a real place of life, where everyone invents her or his own experience, alone, with family or friends.
Place de la Bourse, in the Palais Brongniart, Spoon proposes an exotic culinary voyage on the spice routes. From the coasts of India to Egypt, via Sumatra, Damascus or Doha, spices are typical of culinary traditions offering an incredible richness and a tasty diversity.
You enter through the courtyard of the Princes and, from the windows, you admire the Royal Courtyard: how could you dream of a more gorgeous experience of the Palace of Versailles? Located in the beautifully restored Pavillon Dufour, ore is open to everyone during the day.
In the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Allard has been one of the finest gourmet addresses in Paris for nearly 80 years. The restaurant is imbued with the spirit of Marthe Allard, the "mother cook" who founded the house in 1932.
Parisian bistro that hold a Michelin star, Benoit has been an institution since 1912. In addition to a carefully preserved period decor (copper coat hooks, red velvet banquettes, etc.), it has kept a tradition of generous recipes and super-size portions.
A few steps away from Notre-Dame de Paris, Cucina offers an unexpected and delicious italian cuisine. Like in Italy, the atmosphere is joyful and the service relaxed, all in a modern and colourful setting.
At the foot of the Eiffel Tower, embark on an exceptional cruise on the Seine River. Ducasse sur Seine, an electric-powered boat that is therefore perfectly clean and silent, takes you through the City of Light to discover or rediscover, day and night, the most beautiful monuments of the capital.