The location of Loulou Paris is unique. You have never eaten at a restaurant so elegant and glamorous. It’s located at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs, the museum of decorative arts. This restaurant is the courtyard of history and art.
The aesthete’s abode
Here, you are experiencing the French art de vivre, the art of living. You are in a place filled with history, surrounded by nature and the French architecture of the Palais du Louvre. It’s an elegant destination, from the landscape to the settings around you. Inside, the decor and design is contemporary, ideal even for a corporate event. The outdoors is another story, with white chic parasols and high, shiny glasses. Joseph Dirand decorated the Loulou Paris to reflect France’s personality.
You can stroll around the museum’s garden and then sit down for a meal or a drink. You are in an urban oasis. Right outside, there is Paris with all its hustle and bustle. But it’s outside. Inside, there is this elegant restaurant, filled with chic details and a delicious menu.
The gastronomy of Loulou Paris
Chef Benoit Dargère is the mind behind the restaurant’s menu. The inspiration comes from France. The food is sunny, fresh, and colorful, like the country.
For a starter, you can try the vitello tonnato, the Veal carpaccio, tuna cream, and capers. Or the vegetarian option, aka the raw purple artichoke. When you are ready to move on to the main courses, you can try the homemade veal ragout or the seared tuna, grilled romaine hearts. The desserts are just as delicious and refined, like the tiramisu or the rice pudding with salted butter caramel, Piemont hazelnut, and Sicilian pistachio.
The flavors of the Loulou Paris are as rich and unique as the Palais du Louvre. The decor and design are modern and tidy. The setting of this restaurant is unique, with a gorgeous view over the city of love and a vintage atmosphere.