It is opposite the Paroisse Saint Louis Island, in this small village in the heart of Paris, found the legendary restaurant Orangerie. This former high place of the Parisian nights scroll saw many celebrities, now enjoying a revival. They are now Michael and Malika Puren that take home with charm and friendliness, making subtle tribute to its creator Jean-Claude Brialy disappeared. The hotel revives his finest hours in a true spirit to the soul and to customers of whoever occupied and busy for over 40 years.
Be surprised by the elegance of the place and the chic and cozy atmosphere. The gate, we immediately cut to the outside world, plunging into a great movie in black and white. Transported smoothly in a universe subtly animated by conventional French film projected on walls or screens, traveling in time, the emotion and the 7th art. It is captivated by the sophisticated decoration, the beautiful dressing tables the sumptuous floral arrangements. We are lulled by the jazzy and ethereal music.
Chef Michel Puren offers fine and frank French-inspired cuisine. It uses the best products that marries elegance and subtlety. Tradition and authenticity are the hallmarks of a table that gives rediscover great classics of French gastronomy and the house as the lamb of Aveyron, beef filet of Aubrac or the sweetbreads braised yellow Jura wine. A selection of quality wines to accompany your dishes. Eager to offer an accessible and quality cuisine, management also offers a lunch menu at € 25 and dinner from 35 € including starter, main course and dessert. On request the room can be privatized: business lunches or dinners, cocktail parties, press breakfasts, company dinners, themed events ...
Looking forward to welcoming you.