The most popular brasserie in west Paris


When Paris renews with its socialite traditions mondaines, we are in heaven! And this is the case of La Lorraine, with the revival of a mythical address and a truly amazing terrace on the place des Ternes… You will adore it.

Exactly one century after its birthday, La Lorraine, the famous posh address for seafood, renews with its legend and is the most appreciated brasserie of the Western part of Paris.

And with reason: all the hot shot lawyers in the area, fashion journalists (Vogue and Vanity Fair are around the corner) and the golden youth like to drop by after work...

The one and only Laura Gonzalez as interior designer

To ensure a zippy lifting: Laura Gonzalez, surgeon with talent, imagined a very appropriate scenography by bringing back to life its Art Deco quintessence: an American-style bar, mural fresco, playful prints, mosaics, an XXL outdoor seafood stand.  A savvy mix of anachronistic elegance with a trendy aura that works really well…

The best seafaring brasserie in Paris

Seafood is the new burger… Concretely: seashells, bivalves and other seafaring delights are truly in fashion. Great news: this is where they are the best, 100 years of seafood tradition have never been so much in vogue!

Every morning, the catch of the day arrives, sourced amongst the best producers. On the plates : bulot sea snails-mayo, Joël Dupuch oysters, grilled lobster (€31.50)… We order a couture sea platter (€29/ person) , a carpaccio of sea bass with lemon caviar (€17.50) or a fab fish and chips (€22.50).

The prettiest terrace in the Western area of Paris

Entirely vegetalized, this terrace is without any doubt the most elegant and preserved outdoor rendezvous of the area for a chic luncheon, a business meeting or a romantic one on one in the evening

Phew: here you are not forced to have lunch or dinner. The other half of the terrace is reserved to have a drink even at 1pm sharp or at cocktail hour, which tends to last, around a bottle of Minuty ( starting at €6 pm for a glass of rosé) and a heater parasol. We are quite sure you will love it!


Open every day non stop from 8am to 2am.

Also discover Huguette, a seafood bar like at Cap Ferret as well as the champagne and seafood food-truck...

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