There is also a terrace courtyard that is an idyllic place to
unwind after a hectic day of visiting the numerous tourist attractions around the local area, or
that first aperitif before your meal, and although the restaurant supplies breakfasts and
meals for hotel guests, it is also open to the public, so there are actually two separate
entrances with one being from the hotel lobby and the other is a private entrance on the
Rue de Castiglione.
During the daytime this Paris restaurant
offers a seasonal luncheon menu along with a special Rapido Lunch menu that is offered for
professional lunches where you can have a starter and main course or a main course and
dessert for around 26 not including drinks.
Just some of the delights you could experience include rolled scabbard fillet with
cinnamon, mussel and clam sauce, beef tartar with olive oil served with dry ricotta cheese
and spices, spaghetti with little tuna fish, olives from Gaeta and dried grey-mullet roe
from Sardinia, sautéed lamb cutlets on a bed of salt with spices, risotto with melted
Castelmagno cheese and poached pear served with honey and red wine sauce. But you
cannot forget desserts such as the delicious chocolate dome with mint mousse and warm
Bailey's sauce or the selection of Italian cheeses.
Restaurant Guide Key Points
Having a capacity of only 70 people at any one sitting, this is a popular Italian
restaurant, so booking for an evening meal is definitely advised.
Smart dress is also recommended, especially of an evening, although there is no specific
dress code and children are also welcome.
To give you a rough idea on costs, you are looking at around 26 upwards for a main
course off the A la Carte menu.
Access is from the Le Lotti hotel lobby or via the private entrance on the Rue de
Address & Contact Details:
Rue de Castiglione
Tel: +33 (0) 1 42 60 40 62