Le Royal Monceau Raffles Paris reopened after being closed for months. And as it happens every year, the palace switches to summertime and unveils its new temporary terrace called Jardin Secret provides you with the summer menu of the palace's Japanese gourmet restaurant, Matsuhisa.
Plant walls, soft colors, light strings, everything has been designed to make you forgot about the rush of the city. And it works perfectly. This Jardin Secret - fitted with 86 seats - is really quiet.
This summer, chef Nobu Matsuhisa provides you with a genuine culinary journey with Japanese flavors! On the menu, red mullet sashimi, Wagyu tobanyaki, as well as salmon tataki, without forgetting Grand Prix de la Pâtisserie 2019 pastry chef Quentin Lechat's desserts. Close your eyes and enjoy.
To toast to friends reunion, the palace's bartender has come up with several signature cocktails that are truly smart, such as the Hanami, some Japanese-inspired Spritz or the Spismith Raffles 1915, a reinterpretation of Gin & Tonic. Also on the drink list, a selection of sake, perfect to pair the above dishes, without forgetting some champagne to toast with bubbles!
In the afternoon, enjoy a gourmet break from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Quentin Lechat serves this June an exquisite Tropézienne, as well as Anaïs strawberry tartlets, or wild strawberry tartlets, or even raspbery tartlets. Served with tasty alcohol-free cocktails based on rose essence or even peppermint, it feels very good.
You get it, Le Royal Monceau Raffles Paris unveils this year again a secret, friendly and mouthwatering terrace, to welcome you for good times. Careful though, booking is very highly recommended.
Alcohol abuse is bad for your health, please drink responsibly.
Dates and Opening Time
Starts 1 June 2021
Le Royal Monceau Raffles Paris
37 Avenue Hoche
75008 Paris 8
M°Charles de Gaulle - Étoile