A panoramic terrace, an intimate rotunda, a prestigious room or a contemporary atmosphere – various settings serve to host traditional gastronomic creations retwisted by the renowned Chef Pierre Gagnaire.
Since 1899, Le Fouquet’s has embodied the brilliant and festive spirit of Paris. On the Champs-Elysées, the menu, developed in collaboration with Pierre Gagnaire, continues the tradition of the great classics of French cuisine with a creative touch.
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 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.