Laurent epitomizes the rebirth of a culinary legend with a rich history dating back to an ancient hunting lodge favored by Louis XIV. After a brief uncertain period following the departure of Alain Pégouret, this Parisian dining landmark has triumphantly reopened its doors in September 2023, promising a new era under the inspired direction of Mathieu Pacaud in association with Paris Society. Today, Laurent is not just surviving through the ages; it is thriving with renewed vigor. Its magnificent garden terrace is more than just an outdoor space; it is an oasis amidst Parisian urbanity. Designed by Cordélia de Castellane, the terrace is a symphony of wrought iron, pink cushions, and pale hydrangeas, evoking the gardens of yesteryear while providing an idyllic setting for outdoor dining. Mathieu Pacaud, renowned for his ability to reinvent French gastronomy, offers a menu that highlights seasonal products. Dishes like fricassee of morels with yellow wine and wild garlic (€42), beef Wellington fillet with truffle sauce (€78), and the opulent Maison Mathieu Pacaud dessert cart (€25) showcase his talent for blending tradition and innovation. Each bite is an exploration of flavors designed to delight the most discerning palates, while the wine cellar provides an impressive assortment of wines selected to complement each dish. Laurent transforms with the hours: discreet and conducive to business by day, it morphs into a space vibrating with glamour and conviviality by night.

  • Closed on sunday. Service from 12pm to 3pm and 7pm to 11:30pm
  • Average price : €150
  • Valet parking available 


41 Avenue Gabriel, Paris 8th Phone : 01 42 25 00 39
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