After opening RURAL by Marc Veyrat at the Palais des Congrès in April 2017, chef Marc Veyrat signs a new table in town. Teaming up with Moma Group, Marc Veyrat has just taken over La Fontaine Gaillon, nestled in Paris 2nd arrondissement. For the record, the place was owned since its opening in 2003 by Gérard Depardieu.
To bring this Parisian institution back to life, Benjamin Patou (Moma Group) has asked the unforgettable Marc Veyrat to create a sea-inspired menu for the place giving pride of place to lake fishes.
On the menu? Old-fashioned lobster casserole with Roquefort cheese slices, as well as sander tartare with coconut milk, lime and even crystallized sea scallops served with mashed dates and lemongrass emulsion without forgetting a lake and sea bouillabaisse with croutons and rouille.
Reopened since mid-January 2020, La Fontaine Gaillon displays a chic and sophisticated décor designed by Axel Huynh. The place also unveils noble materials and natural woodworks… The whole revolving around the Neptune’s trident – a strong symbol of the young triton’s statue standing at the Place de La Fontaine Gaillon.
La Fontaine Gaillon
15 Rue Gaillon
75002 Paris 2
Ouvert du lundi au vendredi de 12h00 à 14h30 et du lundi au samedi de 19h00 à 22h30. Fermé le dimanche
100 places assises dont 30 salons privés 48 places assises en terrasse 3 salons privés
Menu déjeuner entrée - plat - dessert : 45€
Ticket moyen pour le dîner : 80€