Discover a gourmet restaurant run by a top Michelin-starred chef at Monnaie de Paris
Guy Savoy has moved his three-star Parisian restaurant to Monnaie de Paris, where he has taken over the first-floor rooms of the west wing overlooking the Seine.
Internationally renowned French chef Guy Savoy created his eponymous three Michelin-starred restaurant in 1980, and has managed it since then. He also owns a Restaurant Guy Savoy in Las Vegas, the twin to the original one, and five other establishments in Paris - Le Chiberta, Les Bouquinistes, Atelier Maître Albert, L’Huîtrade and Etoile-sur-Mer - as well as a shop, Goût de Brioche.
In 2015, he joined Monnaie de Paris as a partner to relocate his restaurant to 11 Quai de Conti, where the magnificent suite of rooms on the first floor was re-envisaged and redesigned for the purpose by the chef's friend and architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte. Subdued tones were chosen for the interlinking spaces; a harmony of warm, slate greys to realise the architect's concept based on shadow with depth. All the light filters through the high, wide windows that open on to the Louvre, the Pont Neuf, the Seine, and the Institut de France, emphasising the tables, the defining feature of the decorative scheme.
A ceiling painted by Fabrice Hyber and works from the François Pinault collection echo the contemporary art exhibitions curated by Monnaie de Paris.
The restaurant allows the chef to welcome about sixty guests, reservation required:
Phone : +33 (0)1 43 80 40 61