It’s Sunday, a few minutes past noon, and you are walking out of the largest art museum in the world (a.k.a. Le Louvre), dazzled by your visit.
To finish building your appetite, you are taking a stroll down the Tuileries Garden, heading for one of the most elegant places in Paris: it’s time for a memorable brunch at Le Meurice!
Le Meurice is the oldest palace hotel in the French capital. Among the countless notorious guests hosted over the past two centuries, painter Salvador Dalí stands out: once a year, for about a month, he would call the Royal Suite his home. Today, Le Dalí is the name of the restaurant where you’ll need to make a reservation for a very exclusive Sunday brunch. You may enjoy its design by Philippe Starck or request a table in the second room, which is no other than acclaimed chef Alain Ducasse’s restaurant: it’s a bit more grandiose and you’ll feel like you are brunching in Versailles!
Scrumptious breads and pastries, a beautiful selection of cheeses and hams, a sushi station, smoked salmon, delicious salads, a renowned lobster dish served to your table, fruits, cakes, and many more delicacies… Note that the hotel’s pastry chef, Cédric Grolet, received the 2017 award for Best Pâtissier in the World! Hard to top.
Sunday brunch at Le Dalí • 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm • Hôtel Le Meurice • 228 rue de Rivoli • 75001 Paris