For over a century, the Lutetia has been a culinary destination of the Rive Gauche, forever reflecting the refined tastes of its patrons
To dine like a Parisian, it can be said that one requires three things – great food, phenomenal wine, and even better conversation. The Lutetia, as a truly Parisian location, has long been regarded as a place that can ensure you have all three. Whether you prefer the definitive gastronomic stylings of a French brasserie, or indeed the simple pleasure of a not-so-humble drink as you are surrounded by art, the Lutetia is by far the best choice on the Left Bank.
In Paris, the corner of Boulevard Raspail and Rue de Sèvres is more than the junction of two colourful avenues. For more than a century, this has been where the city has come together to dine, drink, and discuss all manners of topics. Menu by Patrick Charvet.
Named after fabled Lutetia patron Josephine Baker, legendary floor-to-ceiling art frescos are sit alongside clever design elements by Jean-Michel Wilmotte and a menu composed by Nicola Battafarano.
A canopy of painted glass by Fabrice Hyber shines down on this sprawling salon, as an all-day menu and unfussy ambiance become the perfect casual meeting ground. Plus, experience Tea Time with exquisite sweet treats by Nicolas Guercio.
Hidden away, this private club-cum-cigar lounge reinvigorates the Left Bank’s love for jazz, with weekly music and a drinks menu that Nicola Battafarano has carefully curated to set the mood.