All Food and Drink
- Le Cinq
A Paris destination in its own right, Le Cinq by Christian Le Squer is synonymous with the apex of French modern and elegant cuisine, paired with the rarest wines selected by award-wining head sommelier Eric Beaumard. Its three Michelin stars are a reflection of the gastronomic experience of a lifetime – in one of the city’s most majestic dining rooms.
- Le George
With its vibrant, chic and trendy atmosphere, Le George offers the perfect spot to discover the light and modern Mediterranean-style cuisine crafted by Michelin-starred Chef Simone Zanoni – a convivial experience that promotes local sourcing and a sustainable vision of tomorrow’s gastronomy.
Awarded one Michelin star, L’Orangerie offers a new culinary experience served in a luminous setting. The cuisine is light, balanced and innovative, with an emphasis on plant- and fish-based dishes, as well as dairy. The restaurant’s culinary offerings are a nod to the future of dining.
- Le Bar
Intimate, atmospheric and perfect for a rendezvous, our cosy bar draws in guests throughout the day for chats over coffee, sundowners and digestifs.
- La Galerie
Welcome to the heart of the Hotel, our all-day dining lounge adorned with 19th-century art – the perfect spot to have breakfast and savour a post-shopping tea with sweet creations crafted by Chef Michael Bartocetti or to discover the most famous French dishes with a modern twist by Michelin-starred Chef Alan Taudon.
- The Terraces
Enjoy a chic and exceptional culinary break. Sit back on one of our open air terraces and enjoy bespoke experiences steps away from the Champs Elysées.
- In-Room Dining
Whether you’re craving a Parisian breakfast, a light lunch or a romantic dinner with a rare wine, our in-room dining service delivers a gourmet experience to your room or suite, 24 hours a day.
Christian Le SquerExecutive Chef
The amplification of simple ingredients is Chef Christian's life’s work. The Brittany-born chef’s skill in drawing out delicate flavors has garnered him the most prestigious awards the world of gourmet cuisine has to offer, culminating in Le Cinq’s third Michelin star.
“We use the French culinary heritage as a base and bring it up to date. It’s a long process, like craftsman’s work. It’s the pure essence of luxury.”
Eric BeaumardRestaurant Director
Eric’s passion for harmonizing wine and food is evident in each culinary creation at Four Seasons, where he has led our three restaurants to numerous accolades and Michelin stars. But he’s perhaps most proud of creating Le Cinq’s 50,000-bottle wine cellar, which represents the rich diversity of the great vineyards of France and the rest of the world and produces the perfect bottle for every meal.
“Sommellerie’ is not only my job but also my passion. I love travelling throughout French vineyards, meeting the wine producers and discovering and tasting new treasures.”
After years at Gordon Ramsay restaurants, Simone Zanoni became Chef of Le George in September 2016. His distinctive style means a fresh perspective on classic Mediterranean dishes and creating a distinct sense of place on each plate – one that awakens the diner to the world of exquisite, healthy cuisine that lies between the French Riviera and northern Italy.
“A dish becomes memorable when you have put your heart into it and created a journey of flavours.”
Single Michelin-starred Chef Alan Taudon and former sous-chef of Le Cinq for 8 years; he used to work with Christian Le Squer. As a travel fan, he has imagined a light and healthy approach of cooking. With his plant and fish-based dishes, as well as dairy, the cuisine is balanced and promoting vegetarian dishes enhanced by bold flavours.
“The Hotel is committed to delivering excellence through sustainable food choices. I was very keen on bringing a new culinary expression to L’Orangerie by offering innovative dishes with a nod to the future and well being. Balanced and feminine, my cuisine has plants and fish at its heart.”