Le Berkeley is the place for chic and Parisian meetings.
A place for luxury and discretion, where you will have pleasure in meeting for all occasions. So do not hesitate, come inside this very popular place of the capital.
Created in the 1920's, this former hotel, bar and restaurant used to welcome all of Paris, the political, aristocratic and cultural elites. Until the 1960's, Le Berkeley was a place that simply could not be missed. Among the regulars: Greta Garbo, Marlene Dietrich, Jean Gabin, the Duchess of Windsor, Daniel Wildenstein, Jean Cocteau, Alain Delon, Jacques Chazot, Bernard Buffet... And nowadays, with a décor by Jacques Garcia, the establishment recreates the British décor of the place, imitating an auctioneering hall. Paintings, nice books, tapestries paying tribute to Christie's, nothing is lacking and you will feel as if you were in the UK.
Glamour and chic spirit that you will find in the kitchen as well. On the programme of your ideal gourmet brunch menu, a careful selection of quality dishes. Products of the region from the best markets in the capital for the savoury side, a precious know how for the sweet side, you will enjoy the place as much as what is on your plate.
Glamour spirit for this must do in the capital. Attentive service, sophisticated cuisine and British spirit, nothing is lacking for a moment of pure refinement.