The haute couture of taste
The French Riviera brings its signature brand of Mediterranean flavours to the menu of Le Louis XV- Alain Ducasse.
Set in l’Hotel de Paris with world-renowned chef Alain Ducasse at the helm, Le Louis XV entices with its stunning setting and superbly-prepared selection of dishes.
The romantic allure of the restaurant promises an unforgettable dining experience. Established in 1863, the building retains many of its original features, and has compromised none of the charm.
From the ornate gold gilding on the walls to the chandeliers dripping with crystals, diners are immersed in a timeless elegance. Nods to the Renaissance can be found in marble busts, oil murals and tall windows draped by ivory valance.
The scene perfectly complements the menu, which focuses on staple Provencal flavours with innovative twists that make the cuisine well-suited to the modern palate. Contemporary twists are evident in the blue lobster salad infused with avocado and mango, and veal sweatbreads accompanied by artichokes.
What’s more, ingredients are fresh and locally sourced; from fish caught the same day as serving to herbs gathered in the surrounding foothills.
Head sommelier Noël Bajor has designed a wine menu that pairs beautifully with the cuisine and is sourced from an expansive on-site wine cellar that houses vins fins from vineyards around the globe.
In a fitting testament to the restaurant’s exquisite pedigree, the establishment had been open 33 months when Le Louis XV - Alain Ducasse à l'Hôtel de Paris became the first hotel and restaurant to receive 3 Michelin stars.
Guests on a Monaco yacht charter should head to the restaurant for their final meal of the day, to discover what makes this iconic restaurant one of the jewels of the Riviera.