Dine under glittering chandeliers in the townhouse that belonged to a famous aristocrat & art patron...

Baccarat Cristal Room, Paris

Out-of-this-world chandeliers is what made the Baccarat brand famous, and here, in the former dining rooms of art patron and French aristocrat Marie-Laure de Noaille, you can dine under them. This extraordinary mansion, that played a lavish background to high society parties where artists and intellectuals all mixed, is now a crystal makers’ museum, art gallery and the “Cristal Room” restaurant. The space has been modified by Philippe Starck and is a favourite for fashion shoots and soirees -industry icons like Lagerfeld regularly host parties here. Open for lunch and dinner, Chef Guy Martin is in the kitchen and serves Michelin-level cuisine from foie gras brulee to grilled meats and other-worldy cheese platters. Reserve well ahead to get a table and set aside a spot in Salon Rose with its pink ceiling, satin walls, black crystal chandelier and private terrace- it’s a true fairytale setting.



LOCATION: 16th Arrondissement, Paris

BUILDING: 19th century mansion

VIBE: Special occasion


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