Loulou Paris
  • LOULOU
    musée des Arts décoratifs

    LOULOU – musée des Arts décoratifs
    107 rue de Rivoli 75001 Paris

    Open 7 days a week from 12pm to 2am
    Reservation 01 42 60 41 96

  • LOULOU has been conceived as an aesthete’s abode, a collector’s dining room decorated gradually with the time and and the spoils of many voyages…

    Versed in the art-de-vivre, LOULOU receives his guests with wit, elegance.

    Together, they enjoy organising business lunches and extraordinary dinners.

    A delicate and frivolous address where the good and the beautiful are shared, by day as by night, with both sensuality and unending grace.

    Sunny days are spent strolling in the gardens, while parties linger long into the night.

The Restaurant

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    Architecture

    LOULOU, the new restaurant at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs boasts a unique and privileged location at the heart of the Palais du Louvre.
    LOULOU’s décor is the handiwork of Joseph Dirand, with his most unusual world where a culture of beauty and aesthetics is mixed most naturally with a sense of authenticity and of hospitality.

    LOULOU grants its friends the happiness of an enchanted, urban parenthesis to ‘snack’, ‘lunch, ‘take high tea’, ‘dine’, ‘sip’ or even ‘dance’.

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    The Loulou gang

    After Monsieur Bleu, Gilles Malfosse (Le Flandrin Paris 16e, Pétrus Paris 17e), Laurent de Gourcuff (President of NOCTIS Group) and Benjamin Cassan are joined once again by: Joseph Dirand for architecture and design, chef Benoit Dargère for the culinary identity and Alexis Mabille for the fashion design.

    The newcomer to the group, iconic designer Jean-Charles de Castelbajac’s contributes the poetry and artistry of his sketching hand, for a series of ‘LOULOU’ portraits that enliven the logo, menus, table cloths …

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    Culinary Identity

    Benoit Dargère, promising young Chef already officiating at Mr. Bleu, has elaborated a sun kissed menu of generous and familial cuisine that’s simple and expressive.
    As a lover of southern cuisine, he has enlisted italian chef Diego Compagno (former head chef of the Alla Vigna restaurant in Padua, Italy) to interpret daily the great classics of Italian cuisine.

    In time with the seasons, LOULOU will unveil dishes from the French and Italian Riviera in addition to a handful of staple classics.

News

  • Connaissance des Arts

    septembre 2016

    Joseph Dirand has the wind in its sails. The architect who has already signed the decor of Mr. Blue - the prestigious restaurant of the Palais de Tokyo ...

  • Les Echos

    septembre 2016

    Hardly had he opened the Decorative Arts museum restaurant was unanimous. Each boasting cooking inspiration Riviera ...

  • Elle Décoration

    juin 2016

    After Monsieur bleu has become a reference, Joseph Dirand sign Loulou , the new museum restaurant of Decorative Arts ...

  • Le Figaro

    juin 2016

    A terrace of 180 seats in the gardens of the Louvre , opposite the sumptuous batîments the most beautiful ...

  • Valeurs Actuelles

    juin 2016

    Offering one of the most magnificent terraces of the capital, the heart of the Louvre Palace , the last opened restaurant ...

  • Figaroscope

    mai 2016

    Rififi with Deco Arts, the Museum of the bar-restaurant changes hands , classical -pop scene in the salons , cocktails and music in the gardens ...

  • Architectural Digest

    mai 2016

    This is the new room to visit at the Arts Décoratifs ... For lunch or dinner. This restaurant , formerly Saut du Loup, now called Loulou ...

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Information

  • LOULOU – musée des Arts décoratifs
    107 rue de Rivoli 75001 Paris
    tél: 01 42 60 41 96

    Open 7 days a week from 12pm to 2am

    Monday to Wednesday 12pm/11pm

    Thursday and Friday 12pm/11.30pm

    A la carte 3pm-7.30pm

    Interior capacity of 130 places with a 200 seat exterior terrace.

    Valet service. Car park – Carrousel du Louvre

     

  • Private events contact
    Pour les réservations de groupe,
    menus spéciaux et privatisation de salle uniquement.
    event@loulou-paris.com

    Press contacts
    LIFESTYLE & DESIGN
    Maya Salem (Karla Otto Paris)
    +33 1 42 61 34 36
    FOOD
    Angia Vaudron Communication
    + 33 6 19 99 22 21
    presse@loulou-paris.com