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.
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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.”
Michael BartocettiExecutive Pastry Chef
Talented and creative, Michael Bartocetti is above all a committed and responsible chef. He carefully chooses his suppliers and uses seasonal produce to craft desserts without added sugar that are inspired by the natural world. A finalist at the Best Apprentices of France competition and member of the Michelin best pastry chefs selection since 2019, Michael provides all three gastronomic restaurants with fresh desserts, stirring emotions and celebrating the best of natural ingredients, while mastering the bakery and pastry section of our Hotel’s breakfast and famous afternoon tea at La Galerie.
“Raw ingredients provide me with inspiration, triggering my imagination and kindling my desire to use them in my dishes. I use top quality produce, bringing out ingredients’ natural tastes and aromas to obtain delicate and harmonious flavours.”
GABRIELE DEL CARLOChef Sommelier
Born in Lucca, Gabriele Del Carlo discovered wine when he was 18 years old. After working for the best restaurants in Tuscany, Gabriele first entered the iconic restaurant Le Cinq in 2010. He was then appointed Chef Sommelier at Le George in January 2017, the very same year he became the first sommelier to be awarded twice “Best Sommelier of Italy” (receiving both Italian prestigious titles Best Sommelier in Italy - Franciacorta 2011 and Best Sommelier in Italy - ASPI 2017). Already feeling at home, he successfully developed one of the greatest Italian wine cellars in the city, with more than 12,000 Italian bottles, including a collection of 150 exclusive Barolo.
“The concept of Michelin-starred cuisine with generous and unpretentious table service – this is what I love about Le George.”
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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.
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.
The heart of the Hotel, our all-day lounge is festooned with 19th-century art and live music entertainment, making it the perfect spot for post-shopping tea, a mid-day coffee break or all-day dining by Michelin-starred Chef Alan Taudon.
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.