L’ALCAZAR

 

L’Alcazar is having a second rebirth after a first revamp by Sir Terence Conran in 1998 who transitioned the place from a cabaret to a restaurant. This time it was entirely redecorated by Laura Gonzalez. She’s succeeded in making this extremely vast place with its shabby chic signature into a mix of English garden and Brazilian patio, meaning right on trend.  The cuisine is also spot on: simple, refined, and fresh, but the cabaret spirit remains with offerings like Russian sturgeon caviar or a poached egg with foie gras. You may want to know what happened to La Mezzanine where people would dance so merrily. Now called Le Balcon, it is still the perfect follow-up for the evening with cocktails to die for.

 

 

She’s succeeded in making this extremely vast place with its shabby chic signature into a mix of English garden and Brazilian patio, meaning right on trend.

 

 

The cuisine is also spot on: simple, refined, and fresh, but the cabaret spirit remains with offerings like Russian sturgeon caviar or a poached egg with foie gras.

 

 

 


You may want to know what happened to La Mezzanine where people would dance so merrily. Now called Le Balcon, it is still the perfect follow-up for the evening with cocktails to die for.

 

 

 

 

62 rue Mazarine  75006 Paris

01 53 10 19 99