Gastronomy at the Lutetia
A favourite as much for Parisians as international travellers, the Lutetia has been the culinary heart of the Left Bank for more than a century. The reason, says Executive Chef Benjamin Brial, is the same whether you arrive through the kitchen door or the grand lobby – a unique world of possibilities at your fingertips.
With five celebrated venues to choose from, guests can look forward to varieties and vintages offered nowhere else. A memorable start is breakfast at L'Orangerie, with a steaming cup of Brial's signature chocolat chaud. It is a bespoke blend he developed with Valrhona, adding an international twist to a French classic. For lunch and dinner, consider the iconic Brasserie Lutetia, a must go-to address in Paris. For fine dining, no gourmet feast at Le Saint-Germain is complete without sampling the hotel's exclusive extra brut Champagne. Then after hours, Bar Joséphine and Bar Aristid welcome guests back from the city's nightlife with equally sparkling menus and mixes.
Wherever you choose to dine at the Lutetia, don't be surprised if you spot Chef Brial, discussing wine pairings at the next table. As innovative in our dining rooms as he is in our kitchens, his philosophy is that fine cuisine enlivens all the senses. This is one reason he has a hand in creating every plate, cup and cuvée. Little wonder the pleasures of a meal at the Lutetia start long before you pick up a menu, and linger long afterwards.
Paralleling the Lutetia writing a new chapter in its history, the new Brasserie Lutetia marks the gastronomy of the Left Bank with this very first Parisian address. Menu created by the Chef Patrick Charvet.
The Saint-Germain, iconic heart of the hotel, unveils its historic glass roof enhanced by a contemporary and colorful work by the artist Fabrice Hyber. Enjoy the Tea Time Rive gauche created by the Pastry Chef Nicolas Guercio.
Tea Time is served every Saturday and Sunday. From 3pm to 6:30pm.
There will be no Tea Time in August 2021 (except for the weekend 31st July-1st August)
Discover in your room the delightful spirit of our iconic Brasserie. Imagined by our Head Chef Patrick Charvet, along with our Pastry Chef Nicolas Guercio, this menu will be the perfect match during your stay.
The spectacular Bar Joséphine allies heritage and modernity by combining the historical fresco of the Bar and the contemporary vision of the internationally-renowned architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte. The bar gives tribute to Joséphine Baker, a famous “habituée”, passionate artist, resistant and respectful of her art.
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