In July 1999, Bernard Loiseau acquired a second property in Paris in the Rue de Bourgogne, 100 metres from Place du Palais Bourbon.
Dominique Loiseau suggested that the name of this restaurant should be a first name from Burgundy. Marguerite was chosen, as there have been a number of famous Marguerites in the history of Burgundy.
The Tante Marguerite Restaurant is right next to the National Assembly, in the 7th arrondissement and boasts an elegant and cosy ambiance. Fine light-wood panelling adorns the walls of the huge dining room and blends with the judicious contemporary touches of designer Nicolas Triboulot.
In autumn 2010, substantial refurbishment took place in the restaurant, kitchens and basement.
Politicians and journalists figure amongst the guests who mingle over lunch, with manager Erick Donzeau and his team as their hosts.
This convivial yet private atmosphere, reflected in the demeanour of the staff, provides the ideal setting for confidential meetings, especially in the private rooms (6 to 19 persons) upstairs.
Tante Marguerite, in common with all the other restaurants in the Bernard Loiseau Group, epitomises the professional standards of the Bernard Loiseau brand.
Opening hours : 12 noon to 2.30pm and 8pm to 10.30pm.
Weekly closing days : Satuday and Sunday
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