With wonderful historic gilding, stucco columns, high ceilings and marble tables, the 310-cover restaurant of the Intercontinental Paris le Grand is decorated in the Second Empire style. On sunny days, take a seat on the terrace to enjoy unbeatable views of the Opera House!
New: in addition to the 21 meeting rooms of the Intercontinental hotel, the Café de la Paix now opens its doors to groups with the option of privately hiring a wing of the restaurant for a reception for up to 120 people. A private room is also at their disposal for a smaller-scale event, up to 40 people.
Starred chef Laurent André enhances the identity of this landmark Parisian establishment by putting the emphasis on local produce. You can, for example, enjoy delicious king crab with creamy avocado accompanied by Melba toast, or a Simmental fillet steak accompanied by a gratin of macaroni and green pepper sauce. The restaurant organizes various culinary events and wine tastings on request.