Since 1899, Fouquet’s restaurant has embodied the brilliant and festive spirit of Paris. Ideally located at the corner of avenue George V and the Champs-Elysées, the legendary restaurant shelters a classic traditional Parisian brasserie décor and proudly displays its timeless bond with the Arts and Motion Pictures. This historical setting opens up to two sumptuous terraces, on the Champs-Elysées and George V avenues.
Fully renovated in 2017, the never fading spirit of Fouquet's Paris remains, with subtle touches of craftsmen that exalt the historical decor.
Chef Pierre Gagnaire celebrates the rebirth of the famous brasserie and adds his creative Signature to the menu.
Watch the procession of passers-by from all over the world. Have fun recognising the restaurant's prestigious guests in black and white photographs. For over 40 years, the César Awards ceremony has brought together the world of French cinema within this prestigious setting. Beneath the golden chandeliers, guests are shrouded in a chic and intimate atmosphere. The menu mixes delights from the sea with regional flavours. The legendary Merlan Colbert exists alongside Beef Tartare. The dishes perfectly befit the fine décor of the restaurant, which is a listed historical monument.