The neo-classical pavillion that houses Ledoyen is owned by the city of Paris, which seems to make sense given that this is one of the city’s oldest and most grand restaurants.
Here’s a snapshot of we tasted as part of our (lowest price) lunch tasting menu soon after the arrival of Yannick Alleno. Total price for two at lunch including wine, water and coffee: 448€
Well, not exactly… but the Michelin starred chef will moving in when the Molitor swimming pool reopens next Spring as a splashy (sorry) new hotel. The Art Deco landmark near the Bois de Boulogne will be transformed into a hotel with all 124 rooms (hopefully
Three-star restaurant Le Meurice has announced that Alain Ducasse will be taking over its kitchen in September.