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LOISEAU Rive Gauche – Pedro Gomes

Bernard Loiseau was one of the first Grands Chefs to create a Bistrot in 1999 where you can taste his cuisine at more reasonable prices than in his 3 Stars de Saulieu.

Since his death, it is the chef Pedro Gomes, with the complicity of Patrick Bertron, who revisits the Burgundy classics, for a tasty and light tasting. Some of Bernard Loiseau’s recipes are always à la carte, like the Morvan ham. But the chef is also keen to adapt to the new demands of his clientele, with light dishes giving pride of place to vegetables and fish steamed. With of course a large selection of Burgundy wines.

LOISEAU Rive Gauche

5 rue de Bourgogne  75007 Paris

01 45 51 79 42

Noon – 02.30 p.m and 07.00 p.m – 10.00 p.m
Closed Saturday and Sunday

1* Michelin

Galerie TIAGO

Sylvie Tiago is passionate about the decorative arts, with a predilection for Asia and especially Japan, of which she shows contemporary pieces as well as screens from the 17th century. But she also likes to mix styles with Louis XVI seats or the marvelous furniture created by the artist Louis Cane. Pieces that come together wonderfully according to Sylvie’s love at first sight.

Galerie TIAGO

36 rue de l’Université  75007 Paris
01 42 92 09 12


Created in 2008 by Hanane Hilmi and Jean Noël de Soy, IN CAMERA presents devotees to black and white, such as Jane Evelyn Atwood or Stéphane Duroy as well as great colourists such as Bertien van Manen, Julian Germain, Dolorès Marat or Gueorgui Pinkhassov. Those artists are displayed in museums all around the world and in great public and private collections.


21, rue Las Cases 75007 Paris

01 47 05 51 77