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Pavillon Ledoyen offers grand and intimate rooms, welcoming guests to a unique dining experience among both historical monuments and exceptional gastronomy.
Chef Yannick Alléno’s famed Pavillon Ledoyen hosts three separate restaurants: Alléno Paris, the three-Michelin-starred restaurant; L’Abysse, a one-Michelin-starred sushi counter; and PAVYLLON, a new space set to open this month. Constructed in 1842 by Jacques-Ignace Hittorff, the historic neoclassical mansion offers grand and intimate rooms, welcoming guests to a unique dining experience among both historical monuments and exceptional gastronomy. The mix of tradition and modernity is Alléno’s
ode to the past and the future—a remarkable place and time to enjoy an unforgettable meal.
• Reserve one of the 12 seats at L’Abysse for lunch.
• Schedule a half-day “Moments de Cuisine” cooking class, available on Saturdays and Sundays.
• Book an event in the Offenbach space—Pavillon Ledoyen’s largest event venue, which opens onto the Champs-Elysées’ gardens and the Hittorf fountain, and features a glass wall and crystal tent.
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