Café de la Paix: a Parisian institution

historic cafe
Café de la Paix: a Parisian institution

A Parisian must for tourists, Café de la Paix is a symbol of the capital that continues to evolve with the times.

In its Second Empire livery, Café de la Paix is a true legend of the capital, occupying part of the ground floor of a luxury Haussmannian building that also houses the InterContinental Paris le Grand Hotel as well. This restaurant and bar proudly showcases its marvellously sumptuous gilding and heritage frescoes, and invites you to enjoy the exceptional restaurant and sublime terrace inside.

A Parisian landmark for more than a 150 years, it has served many artists, writers, and businessmen, including Émile Zola, Oscar Wilde, Guy de Maupassant, and Marlene Dietrich. Combining history and modernity, the executive chef of the InterContinental Paris, Christophe Raoux, awarded the title of Meilleur Ouvrier de France in 2015, will delight you with traditional, classical, and contemporary cuisine (the seafood is excellent, as is the 120 day-chicken) based on seasonal ingredients. A very Parisian atmosphere in an institution steeped in history.

Le Café de la Paix
5, place de l'Opéra
75002 Paris

+33 (0)1 40 07 36 36

Lunch Menu: around 53 EUR
Dinner Menu: around 82 EUR