The magnificent buildings of the Louvre Post Office have been completely refurbished. The highlight of these upheavals is the 5-star Madame Rêve Hotel by businessman Laurent Taïeb. A panoramic restaurant, perched patio or café on the ground floor, Madame Rêve takes her guests to gourmet delights. On the same level as the rooms and suite, La Plume, a 300 m2 restaurant, offers cuisine with Japanese accents. La Plume is not a hotel restaurant, it is a restaurant “in” a hotel, which has its own independent entrance. The large room of 140 seats favors warm tones of copper, wood for a warm atmosphere reinforced by the leather of the rounded benches, the marble tables of Calacatta Oro and its spectacular ceiling painted with graphic motifs in orange. From everywhere, the view is spectacular over the rooftops of Paris and the church of Saint Eustache. The chef, Benjamin Six, who has distinguished himself in Zuma restaurants in London and Dubai, offers informal Japanese cuisine in izakaya style. When the weather allows, La Plume opens onto a wooded patio, rich in more than one hundred different species where sixty guests can sit. For those not comfortable in the perched spaces, there is the Madame Rêve Café, within the Gutenberg Courtyard, on the ground floor of the Madame Rêve hotel with its menu focused on Mediterranean flavors.