The fine dining experience begins to unfold from the moment you take the main staircase leading up to the restaurant. Every aspect of the decor – woodwork, mouldings, tapestries, period paintings and chandeliers, parquet floors and antique furniture – will take you back to the Age of Enlightenment.
So, make yourselves comfortable and enjoy this enchanting interlude as you admire the view of the library or the glass roof of the Grand Palais.
"Cultivate tradition while constantly innovating" – Domaine Clarence Dillon's philosophy also applies to Le Clarence. Chef Christophe Pelé's cooking revisits the great classics of French cuisine in an audacious, modern, and devilishly seductive way.
Furthermore, the attentive service does not preclude a convivial atmosphere. Everything possible is done to make your meal pleasurable and conducive to delicious discoveries.
The famous Michelin Guide has just awarded Le Clarence with 2 stars in its 2017 edition.
FOR LUNCH - from 12.30pm from wednesday to saturday
'Déjeuner' menu in 3 courses - 90€ per person
(only available from wednesday to friday)
'Découverte' menu in 4 courses - 130€ per person
'Le Clarence' menu in 6 courses - 190€ per person
FOR DINNER - from 7.30pm from tuesday to saturday
'C La Saison' menu in 3 courses - 130€ per person
(only available from tuesday to friday)
'Le Clarence' menu in 5 courses - 190€ per person
'Inspiration' menu in 7 courses - 320€ per person
Le Clarence's wine cellar, has been carefully compiled to ally the most prestigious labels with the smallest productions. Although the rare vintages from Domaine Clarence Dillon unsurprisingly have pride of place, the wine list also showcases the breadth and history of France's greatest vineyards. As much care and attention is paid to selecting winegrowers and terroirs as with the ingredients used in the kitchen.
Today, more than 250 estates from all the regions of France are represented in the wine list: a sound foundation for a growing offer.