Walk in the footsteps of the rich and famous at Le Fouquet's
The famous Le Fouquet’s is a classic Parisian brasserie on the corner of Avenue Georges V and the Champs-Élysées. Since 1899, this establishment has had ties with the artistic community, particularly the stars of cinema, and has hosted some of the most famous names of eras past: Charlie Chaplin, Jackie Onassis, Marlene Dietrich and Winston Churchill were all fans. Today, Le Fouquet’s menu shines a spotlight on traditional brasserie dishes with a modern twist. The steamed cauliflower with truffle salad is a good example of this, elevating the seemingly simple into something outstanding.