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Bought by the king’s lemonade maker, Lefèvre, in 1766, Lapérouse restaurant, located in an 18th century mansion, offers private salons for intimate meals. It was the first to receive three Michelin stars in 1933 and remains a cornerstone of French haute-gastronomy.Countless notable figures like Zola, Proust, Victor Hugo, Colette, Serge Gainsbourg, Woody Allen, Winston Churchill, and Ernest Hemingway have frequented the Salons since 1766.According to legend, a secret passage existed between the restaurant and the Senate, in order to preserve the identity of the politicians who lunch there. Today, you will see many fashion and cinema stars dining there.

51 quai des Grands Augustins 75006 Paris

+33 1 43 26 68 04

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