LAPEROUSE – Jean-Pierre Vigato
A historic site, founded in 1766. Wine trade, prestigious winery, theater of French gastronomy, whooping cough of Maupassant, Zola, Musset or Hugo, who were among the regulars. First restaurant receiving three Michelin stars in 1933 until 1969, it is now considered a jewel in Paris.
Completely renovated to give it back its splendor of yesteryear, It now mixes eighteenth look with a decoration signed Laura Gonzalez, graphics and tableware made by Cordelia de Castellane.
The chef, Jean-Pierre Vigato, proposes a map inspired by the history of the place, with a real classic old-fashioned service. On the menu: the Noirmoutier potato charlotte and Lapérouse caviar, the bar and raw langoustines, the tender pigeon, fresh peas and devil sauce or the roasted blue lobster worked in its splendor, coral tongs.
The sweet notes are assured by the pastry chef Christophe Michalak, who retwesses the French pastry with his profiterole or Vacherin Lapérouse.