Le Grand Colbert has reopened its doors, what great news! This Parisian restaurant-brasserie Le Grand Colbert instagram.com/legrandcolbert welcomes us with all its novelties, from the talented chef Fabrice Cornée to the famous pastry Chef Muriel Aublet-Cuvelier and her “Les Secrets de Muriel” concept. Everything is new except for the delights of its traditional, generous, and refined cuisine. Located a stone’s throw from the gardens of Palais-Royal and Place des Victoires, this place combines a particular Parisian atmosphere with the highest quality bistronomic cuisine. Delicious duck, traditional onion soup, Burgundy snails, and fresh seafood.
The decor of the restaurant in the spirit of Louis XIV. Six-meter high ceilings with stucco pilasters, Pompeian-style friezes, and mosaic floors. This place fascinates you as soon as you arrive and sit back into comfortable leather armchairs surrounded by huge mirrors reminiscent of Versailles. This is why Le Grand Colbert has been used as a filming location for many movies and television series. For example, the film “Something’s gotta give” with Jack Nicholson, Diane Keaton, and Keanu Reeves, the movie “Angel-A” by Luc Besson, also the French comedy “Crazy Wedding” parts 1 and 2, the series “10 Percent,” and many more.
Le Grand Colbert restaurant is open daily from 12:00 p.m., to midnight, offers varied menus, a tea room with “Les Secrets de Muriel” mignardises every day from 3 to 6 p.m., and the gourmet “Paris Brunch” on Sundays.