The Bien Aimé's tribute to Louis XV
Located between the Faubourg Saint-Honoré and Madeleine district, the Bien Aimé represents the archetype of the French gastronomic art, inspired by the Age of the Enlightenment and cooks of the royal court during the reign of Louis XV (nicknamed the Bien Aimé). This timeless place, where the decoration is reminiscent of the days of the monarchy, only refinement and perfection. At the helm of the kitchens, the young chef Irwin Durand – gone through the Strato in Courchevel, L’Oustau de Beaumanière aux Baux or the Relais Bernard Loiseau in Saulieu – it offers gourmet cuisine revisited, faithful to the classics but with contemporaneity. B.D.