Restaurant Guy Savoy, ranked amongst the very best in every gastronomic guide, is now situated in Monnaie de Paris, spread across six 18th century salons offering views onto the Seine, the Louvre, the Pont Neuf and the Institut de France.
Here architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte envisaged a setting at once restrained and contemporary, where works of art stoke the fires of modernity and where the dining table becomes a veritable theatrical stage, focusing and capturing light.
Guy Savoy’s dining room is one of conviviality, warmth and impeccable service, where the cuisine expresses the sensitivity of a chef wholly at ease in this modern era: Artichoke soup with black truffle and layered truffled mushroom brioche; Red mullet ‘swimming in the sea’; Millefeuille ‘à la minute’ with Tahitian vanilla… As Guy Savoy puts it, “Cuisine is the art of instantly transforming produce rich with history into joy.”
Monnaie de Paris
11, quai de Conti
Tél : +33 (0)1 43 80 40 61