There are subdued colours and contemporary materials used, with
dark walls, black chairs, red abstract paintings and crisp white tablecloths to provide
you with this modern, chic and contemporary feel, yet at the same time it is very cosy,
refined and comfortable.
Le Chiberta is situated in the 8th arrondissement of Paris
on a side street only around twenty metres from the famous Avenue des Champs Elysees and a stones throw
from the Paris monument, the Arc de Triomphe.
This restaurant has a unique style of French cuisine that has been elaborated on to
provide your senses with unusual and exquisite tastes of pleasure and it was Guy Savoy
himself along with the very capable chef Gilles Chesneau that designed the menu.
Just some of the delights you may be able to experience include fillet of venison with
puree of red beetroot, brussel sprouts and spices, scallops with a crust of buckwheat and
Jerusalem artichoke mousseline, cream of carrots with lemongrass, ginger and quick-fried
Dublin Bay prawns, fillet of sea bream with spelt risotto, shrimps and citron flavour,
fillet of sole from Brittany with mashed potatoes and a
seaweed flavour, chicken breast stuffed with foie gras, green cabbage and mushrooms with a
laurel juice, roasted veal chop with mashed potato and black truffles.
This gourmet restaurant is more like one of the Michelin starred restaurants in Paris, yet with a far lower
price tag, and the capable friendly staff will make your meal all the more pleasant, but
dinner by candlelight can also make the setting that bit better for a romantic evening to
Restaurant Guide Key Points
Le Chiberta is open every day, except for Saturday lunch and on a Sunday.
There are also private dining rooms available and the restaurant can be entirely
privatised upon prior arrangement.
Reservations are highly recommended and the dress code is smart casual, but is also a
place where you will often find people in business suits.
There is a tasting menu for around 100 or you can also choose for a wine pairing with this option that is approximately
155, or of course you can select from the A la Carte menu, where the average cost
will be around 65 upwards not including drinks.
The nearest Metro station is Charles de Gaulle Etoile, but if you are walking down the
Champs Elysees from the notorious intersection where the Arc de Triomphe stands, then you
would take the second street on your left.
Address & Contact Details:
3 Rue Arsene Houssaye
Telephone: 1 53 53 42 00