Just take a walk in the Parc Monceau and you will find the restaurant, Le Camondo. After a summer stroll, what could be better than tasting gourmet dishes made by the chef Fanny Herpin from Bordeaux. This address, located in the Camondo museum, is nestled at the crossroads of the 8th and 17th districts of Paris. This Petit Trianon-inspired residence was built in 1911 by René Sergent to house the 18th-century art collections of Moise de Camondo.
The bar is the centerpiece of the place, which stands out like a table d’hôtes. The metal columns and the coffered ceiling reflect its past, since the place was the former carriage house of the mansion. The restaurant opens onto a secret, discreet courtyard, paved with stones, allowing guests to lunch out of sight. This cozy venue plays with styles and eras. Its secret garden will welcome the last rays of the summer sun for a lunch or a dinner under the stars. Voltaire said that to live well one must cultivate one’s garden…
61 bis, Rue de Monceau,
Flora di Carlo