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This former grand dining room has been meticulously restored to reflect the glory of the Belle Epoque era. It is the perfect setting to experience The Peninsula’s famed Afternoon Tea, accompanied by the soothing notes of a jazz duo. Le Lobby offers an all-day international menu, ideal for a break and a bite to eat.
* Meal Service Times
Breakfast: 7:00am-10:30am (Monday to Friday)
7:00am-11:00am (Saturday and Sunday)
Lunch: 12:00 (noon)-2.30pm
Afternoon Tea: 3:00pm-6:00pm
Sunday Brunch: 11:30am-2:30pm
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Meet The Chef Laurent Poitevin
Chef Poitevin brings an impeccable gastronomic pedigree to The Peninsula Paris. The son of a Michelin-starred chef, his own career has seen him cook up a storm at Michelin-starred restaurants across Paris, including Hotel Vernet, L’Angle de Faubourg and Le Taillevent. Chef Poitevin also completed two assignments as the personal chef to the French Minister of the Interior.
"To live is to share" is his motto and inspiration, and this guides his creative process. Inspired by the superlative quality and diversity of French ingredients, Chef Poitevin strives to produce simple, yet highly imaginative dishes for diners to enjoy on La Kléber Terrace.
Sunday at The Peninsula Spa BrunchREAD MORE
Mark your calendars, for the first Sunday of each month as The Peninsula Spa joins forces with Le Lobby restaurant to for a Spa Brunch, featuring an exclusive access* for two hours to the sauna, hammam, spa shower and swimming pool, in addition to the Sunday brunch served amidst the beautiful chandeliers of Le Lobby restaurant.
The Spa Brunch is available at 215€ per adult and 110€ per child.* Reservations are mandatory and the offer is subject to availability at +33 1 58 12 66 82 or email@example.com
Peninsula Afternoon tea Peninsula Afternoon teaREAD MORE
Meanwhile with afternoon tea part of The Peninsula Hotels’ DNA since the opening of The Peninsula Hong Kong in 1928, The Peninsula Paris continues the tradition with “L’Heure du Thé” – accompanied by a jazz duo, the much-loved Peninsula Afternoon Tea features the traditional scones, finger sandwiches and all the trimmings, together with a collection of enticing cakes and pastries. Treats include sophisticated new takes on traditional favourites from his childhood, such as fig roll biscuits and French toast, reimagined with innovative new textures and flavours.Tel: +331 5812 6754
How to make Praline ChouREAD MORE
Discover Le Lobby restaurant's signature dessert!
Chou Pastry Cracker
• 300 g butter
• 370 g brown sugar
• 370 g flour
With the whisk, mix all the ingredients until the mixture is smooth.
Spread at 1 millimetre between two baking sheets.
Cool in the freezer.
Cut when frozen.