To enjoy a gourmet, Greek and Mediterranean break without even leaving Paris, head to the Champs-Elysées and especially the Galeries Lafayette. There, chef Andréas Mavrommatis recently opened Laurier, a restaurant and teahouse shining a light on Greek cuisine – like his previous venues.
On the plates, Laurier revisits – while complying with them – great classics of this ancestral culinary tradition. The menu is regularly renewed and shines a light on beautiful seasonal produces. Moreover, as a token of quality, all products used come from Greece – excluding fresh produces such as meats, fishes, fruits and vegetables.
To provide foodies with mouthwatering dishes, Laurier has got a vertical grill – designed by the chef himself and especially created for his art. Thanks to this ancestral technique, ingredients do not cook over the flames, but besides, and perfectly!
Among dishes available, let us quote the grilled skewers based on meat, seafood or vegetables, fishes and shells, main ingredients from the Mediterranean cuisine, and homemade desserts such as the PDO Aegean pistachio macaron. To pair these dishes, Laurier serves a list of fine Greek wines likely to please connoisseurs!
Dates and Opening Time
Starts 20 December 2021
Galeries Lafayette Champs Elysées
60 Av. des Champs-Élysées
75008 Paris 8
Métro : Franklin D. Roosevelt (lignes 1 et 9)