On the plates of this luxury brasserie, quality and freshness are evident with every mouthful. Hardly surprising, since La Lorraine’s chef uses the finest meats for his recipes. As a prime example, line-caught bass roasted in a salt crust, one of the flagship dishes of this restaurant, just a stone’s throw from Charles de Gaulle Etoile.
Apart from the sea savours that proudly reign on one of Paris’ finest seafood displays, first-choice meats and pastries of peerless finesse delight fine gourmet taste buds. Just tasting “La Lorraine” traditional Paris-Brest is enough to make one swear eternal loyalty…
With its splendid terrace, one of the largest in Paris, and its dream decor recalling the days of transatlantic liners, La Lorraine offers an idyllic setting for any kind of meal.
Decked with marble and precious blond wood, mirrors and a vast bay window, this luxury restaurant welcomes an eclectic clientele, in particular businessmen, politicians and Parisian VIPs.
In this Paris 8th district restaurant, daylight floods into practically all the recesses of the room… at the front, to the rear or on the terrace!
Just a stone’s throw from the Place des Ternes and not far from the Charles de Gaulle Etoile, this brasserie restaurant basks in the atmosphere of a prestigious district. A special location not far from the hustle & bustle of the Champs-Elysées.
Particularly recommended after a performance at the Salle Pleyel, a two-minute walk away, La Lorraine welcomes culture vultures up to one am every night of the week and the weekend.
At La Lorraine, it is not uncommon to enjoy meals in two sittings... the starter and main course before the show and the dessert to round off a special evening.
La Lorraine’s refined decor is pure Art Nouveau with its original mosaics and St Louis crystal chandeliers. La Lorraine also boasts one of Paris’ finest seafood displays and a superb menu featuring prime produce from French terroirs.