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The great return of the Petit Victor Hugo, the most coveted restaurant in western Paris 

PVH to its friends, food lovers have known about this iconic place for generations. Now, Laura Gonzalez has revived this address nestled at 143 Avenue Victor Hugo. This is not her first project of this kind; the talented architect designed the Louboutin boutique in Barcelona, the Cartier Place Vendôme and the new Sir Winston.

She has renovated the legendary PVH, dating from the 16th century, to transform it into a real contemporary marine brasserie. It now seems to be straight out of a seventies movie, where you can imagine being in a boat. The furniture? Minted Vallauris vases, rattan tables, mushroom lamps. The carpet is by Pierre Frey, the fresco was also designed by Laura Gonzalez and created by the Atelier Roma. In the kitchen? The chef, Sandrine Esteves, pays particular attention to respecting nature: labelled shellfish, fresh sashimi tartars, seafood platters and small plates to enjoy everything. At the bar? Adèle Fardeau composes cocktails with seasonal fruits, without sugar, and with ultra-specialized spirits from French brands. This atypical place, where you can meet beautiful people, will make you travel through time. 

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