A Michelin star restaurant in Paris
In July 1999, Bernard Loiseau acquired a second property in Paris. He gave it a name reminiscent of historical princesses in Burgundy "Tante Marguerite".
In 2016, it becomes LOISEAU RIVE GAUCHE, for a better harmony with the other restaurants of the group (Loiseau des Ducs and Loiseau des Vignes in Burgundy).
Since 2018 : Loiseau Rive Gauche has been distinguished with a Michelin star !
10 meters away from the National Assembly, in the 7th arrondissement, Loiseau Rive Gauche boasts an elegant and cosy ambiance. 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.
Loiseau Rive Gauche stands out thanks to its passion and deep know-how about wine. Since 2012, a sommelier advises the customers and presents exquisite and emotional wine pairing.
The restaurant menu combines modernity and tradition. The cuisine of chef Omar Dhiab is both raw, simple and gourmet. The earth and its vegetables guide his reflection and creativity. He is very attached to the terroir, and has a lot of respect for the great tradition, especially the sauces.
A la carte and set menus
- Loiseau Rive Gauche is now open on Saturdays and welcomes you for sweet treats during the afternoon and drinks before dinner.
- From 23rd February to 5th March, Loiseau Rive Gauche welcomes Patrick Bertron, multi-stars awarded chef of the Relais Bernard Loiseau in Saulieu, for a special dinner menu
- From 12th to 23rd April 2016, the star-awarded chef of Loiseau des Ducs will be the host of a special dinner menu.