Le Bambini, or the excellence of Italian cuisine
La dolce vita, you dreamed of it, here it is! With the arrival of Bambini, a restaurant of Paris Society, Italy is invited to the Palais de Tokyo. With this new and slightly crazy project, Laurent de Gourcuff, founder of the group, and Romain Taieb, ex-director of Piaf, propose a joyful, uninhibited and, above all, accessible place for all.
Inside the restaurant, the decor is playful and sophisticated, and evokes a festive, free and carefree Italy. This timeless interlude is the work of interior designers Virginie Friedmann and Delphine Versace. Their project, which combines noble and natural materials, translates a simple, traditional and authentic beauty. On the terrace as well as inside, styles and eras coexist harmoniously. From giant rattan hangers to flowery fabrics, pastel colors, majestic balconies and abundant vegetation, this warm and intimate place is a true ode to life and sharing.
On the menu, a generous menu awaits those with a sweet tooth: arancini, those tasty rice and cheese croquettes, creamy burrata, truffle pasta, carpaccios, focaccias and other pizzas, symbols of a sunny and cheerful cuisine, or bresaola and Parma ham. The classics are also found in the glasses, with cocktails such as the Spritz, the Amaretto Sour and the Crazy Bellini signed by Eric Sablonnière, former head bartender of the Crillon Hotel. Not forgetting the little touch of sweetness to end on a high note, with Neapolitan doughnuts accompanied by melted caramel and Piedmont hazelnuts or birthday cakes, tiramisus and homemade ice cream. A pleasure for the eyes as well as for the taste buds, in a daring environment in full effervescence!
13, avenue du Président-Wilson, Paris 16e
Open Monday to Friday: 12 noon to 3 pm
Weekend: 12 pm – 3:30 pm
Dinner : 7 pm – 10 pm
Reservations by email only: email@example.com