The famous Café-Restaurant in Paris



As soon as you set foot in the Café de la Paix, you know you are somewhere special. Surrounded by a décorand ambiance–you won’t find anywhere else in Paris. The Napoleon III style with its gilded panelling and coffered ceiling blends seamlessly with streamlined furniture and a natural colour scheme.

The prestige of the past adds lustre to the elegance of the present. Parisian chic is alive and well.

The Café de la Paix invites you to share very gourmet moments.

Service from 8:00 to 10:30 am – from 12:00 to 3:00 pm and from 6:00 to 11:00 pm (On public holidays from 8am to 11am – 12.30pm to 3pm and from 6pm to 11pm)

Peruse the menu and discover the cuisine of Executive Chef Laurent André: his passion for local and seasonal produces, his love for the great classics he (re)creates with the lightest of touches.

Foie gras, escargots from Burgundy, the iconic French onion soup, … The Café de la Paix repertoire is enhanced, and exalted.

Sunday Brunch

The Café de la Paix offers an exceptional Sunday brunch.
Imagined by the Chef Laurent André, this delicious buffet of multiple flavours is to be discovered within our Parisian institution. Enjoy a moment of relaxation with family or friends in a sumptuous Second Empire decor. A children’s workshop will delight the youngest.

Every Sunday
110€ per person, accompanied by a glass of rosé Champagne
Free for children under 3 years old and 50% off from 4 to 12

Executive Chef

Laurent André learned his trade with Alain Chapel at Mionnay before meeting Alain Ducasse. It was the beginning of a beautiful story with chapters written at the Louis XV (Monaco), the Grande Cascade (Paris), the Spoon Food & Wine (London and Hong-Kong) and the Royal Monceau-Raffles (Paris).

Today, the Executive Chef shares his avid passion for locally grown products, for a seasonal cuisine, infusing the venerable classics of the Café de la Paix menu with a light, contemporary touch.


For your private or professional events in Paris, offer your guests a prestigious setting and premium services, by privatizing all or part of the Café de la Paix.