Settled in a 18th century town house with an unrestricted view on the banks of the Seine, Lapérouse is an historical place : it was already the idol of Maupassant, Zola, Musset or Hugo, who were regular customers. The charm of yesteryear is still there, thanks to the privileged intimacy of the little particular salons decorated with paintings and mirrors with themes such as literature, love and travels. The erotic use of those salons has today disappeared but they are not less nice to enjoy a refined cookery.




51, quai Grands Augustins 75006 Paris

Monday thru Saturday   Noon – 2.30 p.m  and  7.30 p.m – 11.00 p.m