Next to Musée Nissim de Camondo, the former home of Moise de Camondo and his son Nissim, who had a passion for decorative art from the eighteenth century, you will find restaurant Le Camondo.


French cuisine in a former garage

In the former garage of the city palace now houses one of the most popular restaurants in Paris of the moment. One arrives for chef Alexis Le Tadic, a young tattooed man who worked at Le Louis XV of Alain Ducasse in Monaco. The French cuisine is excellent, as are the desserts by Christophe Michalak. The interior was done by French designers Pauline d’Hoop and Delphine Sauvage from Agence Favorite, also known from the fine Le C.O.Q. Hotel in the 13th arrondissement.


A link with the interior of the Camondo family

All designs, from the tiles on the bar, the wooden table tops, the old Persian carpets and the velvet on the chairs, have a link with the interior of the Camondo family. The starting point was mainly to preserve the spirit of the original inhabitants in a modern way. The brass chandelier and the installation around the bar are custom made. And those mustard yellow Croisette armchairs by Honoré Décoration from Marseille? They are on their way to becoming the new school chair: every hip spot now has one (see this hotel in Kos, this hotel in Paris and this hotel in Melbourne).


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