Langosteria: when the cult Milanese table settles in Paris


In Milan , on Via Savona , it is THE table to book absolutely during fashion week, where big names in fashion and international celebrities follow one another all year round in incognito mode. A veritable institution for fish and seafood lovers, Langosteria is located on the 7th floor of the Cheval Blanc Paris hotel , with a breathtaking 360° view and the same atmosphere that unites authenticity and absolute chic.

Italian warmth in a couture setting

To imagine an atmosphere worthy of his Milanese addresses, the big boss
Enrico Buonocore relied on the American architect Peter Marino ( LVMH darling at the helm of the entire hotel) who reveals a whole scenario of lights sublimating marble , travertine and brass in a harmonious whole of great sophistication... without ever falling into fuss (cool Italian service obliges).

Here, the large tables are facing outwards. There, a shellfish bar in the crosshairs of the open kitchens and the bar. But the highlight of the show is of course the extraordinary terrace with a view… never before seen, overlooking the Pont Neuf and the Seine as far as the Eiffel Tower . It's hard to find a more majestic setting to impress at lunch (ask to be seated at the bar!) or celebrate a special occasion after dark to enjoy the panorama.

Seashells from the high

Langosteria promises top-flight sourcing of the most qualitative and luxurious products serving dishes halfway between tradition and up-to-date tastes. The house specialty? The fish and seafood, which don their finest evening outfits with a signature King Crab as the headliner (€80) but also the very worthy Langosteria frittura , wasabi mayonnaise (€40), linguine with blue lobster (€56), a crispy Milanese rice with gambero rosso (€26), gnocchi alle vongole (€42) or a charcoal-grilled red tuna, peas and taggiasche olives (€38). Psst: it is rumored that they serve the best tiramisu in Paris...

Notice to lovers of Italian juices: sommelier Valentina Bertini (necessarily) gives pride of place to La Botte's references, such as the excellent Rosso di Montalcino by Biondi Santi. Hello!

Open Wednesday to Sunday, for lunch and dinner. Reservations by email at or by phone at 01 79 35 50 33.

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