Discover the modernity of a Michelin starred institution!
For almost 80 years, on the Champs-Élysées, restaurant Lasserre has been throwing memorable dinners under the Parisian sky…
Inspired by high French gastronomy, Chef Nicolas Le Tirrand proposes a creative, sharp and delicate cuisine.
At Lasserre, the cuisine is creative, straightforward.
Lighter bases, updated sauces, extended set of textures, new structuring, Nicolas le Tirrand’s creations are sharp, tasteful and colourful.
In the restaurant, under the impressive mechanical roof, or in one of our private rooms, come and share our passion for the French art de vivre.
René Lasserre created his restaurant in 1942 with the ambition to combine high gastronomy and celebration!
Of modest descent, the man realized his ambitious plan of turning a small shanty into an inimitable culinary palace and won his very first Michelin star in 1949.
The forward-thinking householder knew he also had to imagine a taylor-made décor, with much light, music and refinements of all sorts to fit his dream... and he actually though of all tiny details, from essentials to fancies.
That is how Lasserre won his bet and eventually hosted to most important artists and intellectuals: Charlton Heston, Paulette Goddard, William Marshall, Audrey Hepburn, Eddy Constantine, Dany Kaye, Mel Ferrer, Salvador Dalí, Romy Schneider, Brigitte Bardot, Robert De Niro among countless other personalities.
Dinner from Monday to Saturday
Private bookings from Monday to Saturday,
lunch and dinner.
17 Avenue Franklin Roosevelt
75008 Paris, France
Gentlemen are kindly requested to wear a jacket.
Parking valet is at your disposal.
We accept any kind of payment, except checks.