Alléno Paris – Pavillon Ledoyen

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Alléno Paris – formerly known as Pavillon Ledoyen – stands inside one of the oldest dining rooms in Paris. In July 2014, acclaimed chef and restaurateur Yannick Alléno took over the historical mansion’s cuisine and maintained the landmark’s three Michelin starred presence prior.

Housed in a mansion originally built in 1779, the dining room occupies the first floor in a beautiful room breathing in sunlight from the surrounding windows. A meal here is an exclusive experience hidden amidst green trees tucked and tucked away behind the Petit Palais.

Renowned for his unique talent in reinventing traditional French dishes, while still keeping them inherently French, Yannick Alléno’s trademark is his innovative reduction sauces, which he calls ‘extractions’ – a method he developed over the span of two years.

Yannick Alléno earned three Michelin stars to his name and joined the circle of the world’s greatest chefs during his time at Hotel Le Meurice in Paris. Today, Yannick Alléno manage sixteen restaurants all around the world, including Alléno Paris.

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Entrance to Alléno Paris – Pavillon Ledoyen in Paris, France. © Travel Oyster

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Petit fours by chef Yannick Alléno at Alléno Paris. © The Art Of Plating

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Hot sea urchin soup served in a burned grapefruit shell, crispy duck skin with foie gras, and iodized granita by chef Yannick Alléno of Alléno Paris. © The Art Of Plating

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Virofly style scallops soup with black truffle by chef Yannick Alléno of Alléno Paris. © The Art Of Plating

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Roasted mango meringue, mango and pepper vinegar by chef Yannick Alléno of Alléno Paris. © The Art Of Plating

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Crème brûlée tart by chef Yannick Alléno of Alléno Paris. © The Art Of Plating

 

Alléno Paris – Pavillon Ledoyen

8 Avenue Dutuit, 75008 Paris, France
+33 1 53 05 10 00
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