Restaurant Le Clarence, Paris

Le Salon Pontac du Restaurant Le Clarence

Monsieur Antoine Pétrus, le Chef Christophe Pelé et le Prince Robert de Luxembourg (Président de Domaine Clarence Dillon) / Restaurant Le Clarence

Housed in a majestic 19th century hôtel particulier (private mansion) and located in the heart of Paris's Golden Triangle you will find Le Clarence.

The French gourmet restaurant was officially opened at the end of last year by Domaine Clarence Dillon, a family company which owns the Château Haut-Brion, La Mission Haut-Brion and Quintus Bordeaux wine estates, as part of its 80th anniversary celebrations.

'Cultivate tradition, while continuing to innovate': The philosophy of Domaine Clarence Dillon also applies to Le Clarence restaurant, where the cuisine is a blend of contemporary sensibility and the inspiration of the great classics.

The kitchen is run by the talented Michelin-starred chef Christophe Pelé, who previously worked at La Bigarrade, Pierre Gagnaire and the Royal Monceau. Antoine Petrus, winner of the prestigious Meilleur Ouvrier de France (MOF) Award in 2011, who has worked at El Bulli and Hôtel de Crillon, is the manager of the restaurant and in charge of the wine list.

The bar and Grand Salon are situated on the second floor. Reserved exclusively for clients of the restaurant, it is the ideal spot for a cheerful apéritif or a nightcap with a view out over the city, as a fire crackles in the hearth.

Domaine Clarence Dillon also opened an elegant fine wine boutique, named La Cave du Château. The treasure trove includes not only precious vintages from the vineyards of Domaine Clarence Dillon, but also a hand-picked selection of the finest grand crus and spirits produced in France.

Rouget de petite pêche, cœur d’agneau, jus acide

Turbot, pied de cochon, truffe noire, jus meunière

Closed: Sunday & Monday
Reservations: +33 (0)1 82 82 10 10 

31, avenue Franklin D. Roosevelt
75008 Paris