A panoramic terrace, an intimate rotunda, a prestigious room or a contemporary atmosphere – various settings serve to host traditional or southern-influenced gastronomic creations by Chef Jean-Yves Leuranguer, Meilleur Ouvrier de France.
Since 1899, Le Fouquet’s has embodied the brilliant and festive spirit of Paris. On the Champs-Elysées, Chef Jean-Yves Leuranguer's menu, developed with Pierre Gagnaire, continues the tradition of the great classics of French cuisine.
The quiet Galerie Joy restaurant opens in the daytime. A select client base comes to enjoy a light lunch or to savour a gourmet afternoon tea. Covered with purple and gold, the indoor terrace opens out onto a beautiful private garden in warm weather.
The legendary Café Fouquet's terrace extends onto the Champs-Elysées. Beyond the perfect rows of black armchairs, Belle Epoque paintings decorate the walls. Sample a selection of "Signature" dishes at all hours.
Large bay windows open out onto a beautiful patio. A gem in the heart of Hotel Le Fouquet’s, the Michelin-starred Diane restaurant invites guests to sample an original, seasonal cuisine by Chefs Jean-Yves Leuranguer and Christophe Schmitt.
The Lucien succeeds the Galerie Joy from 5 p.m. Here, Stéphane Ginouvès, Meilleur Ouvrier de France Barman, excels in the art of the cocktail (and mocktail). The lounge atmosphere lends itself to those late-night discussions the French are fond of.
The Bar de L’Escadrille harks back to the early days of Fouquet’s, when it was a favourite with aviators. The varnished wood walls and portraits of film stars highlight the bar's retro chic atmosphere. Coffee and cocktails from 8 a.m. until 1 a.m.
An homage to Lucien Barrière's wife, the Marta Le Bar invites guests to sit down with a signature cocktail before continuing the enjoyment over refined dishes. Discover its sleek black and white décor between the hotel and restaurant at Le Fouquet’s.