Address: 51, Quai des Grands-Augustins, Paris 6
Metro: Saint-Michel, Pont-Neuf
Hours: Lunch Monday – Friday 12.00 – 2:00 PM Dinner 7:00 – 10:00 PM Saturdays: 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Phone: 01 43 26 68 04
Website: Laperouse Paris

Lapérouse restaurant in Paris was founded in 1766 by Lefevre in a mansion along the seine river.  The restaurant faces not only the seine river but also ill de la cite.

Laperouse was a popular restaurant with politicians and other celebrities such as Emile Zola and Victor Hugo. A great feature about this restaurant is the fact that you can reserve private rooms. The decoration is old world elegant and gorgeous.

Laperouse offers French cuisine with a modern twist and prides itself  of being one of the few restaurants that received 3 stars Michelin in 1951. You should call in advance and request a table overlooking the Seine river. It can be a perfect restaurant for romantic customers.

For few months the restaurant went under restoration to bring back its past glory by preserving all the interior including furniture, murals painting and more.

Laperouse is Closed on Sundays and the month of August.

Sample from the Menu of Lapérouse:

Cod – back roasted with pink garlic, artichoke mousseline, asparagus, some vegetables, cilantro reduction — 34€

Chateaubriand roasted and glazed with Port in a hazelnut crust, red onions and grapes compote with verjus  45€
Dessert from 16€

Set Menu Appetizer, main dish, dessert and one glass of wine – From 45€ (lunch only)

Laperouse is Closed on Sundays and the month of August.