In the centre of the Parisian golden triangle, a gastronomic restaurant, nestled within a superb 19th century private mansion.

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A unique blend of instinctive, brilliantly executed modern cuisine, juxtaposed with the warm traditional charm of a French chateau, awarded two stars by the Michelin Guide since 2017 and recognised by The World’s 50 Best Restaurants List for three consecutive years.

Chef Christophe Pelé

Brilliantly, he creates an instinctive, inspired and vibrantly modern style of cuisine. At Le Clarence, there is no set menu, but rather a variety of dishes based on exceptional and seasonal products. The land-sea associations, dear to the chef, are enhanced during each “sequence” of the meal by a myriad of satellite plates with marked flavours. 

Vibrant, daring cuisine

Christophe Pelé brings a touch of innovation and spontaneity that makes Le Clarence’s cuisine inspired and deliciously appealing. This culinary daring is enhanced by the charm of service “à la française”. Featuring a cellar filled with rare wines and highly-valued vintages, the sommeliers of Le Clarence create pairings every day to honour Christophe Pelé’s dishes.

The Premises

Le Clarence offers a marvelous dining experience, where time seems to stand still, and guests can escape the hustle and bustle of Paris. An experience cherished by both Parisians and visitors alike. in imbuing the space with a sense of intimacy and personalization that is reminiscent of a private home thanks to inspiration from the unique charm of Bordeaux estates.
A large and stately reception room, a bar, and three private rooms are available at Le Clarence for customers to enjoy in a confidential atmosphere, perfect for preceding or prolonging any special moment.

The private reception rooms

On the third floor of the restaurant, three private reception rooms, fully equipped and connected, can welcome all types of event. Business lunches, seminars, press lunches or private dinners… To make each occasion an exceptional moment.


In chef Christophe Pelé’s first book, Chihiro Masui breathes in aromas, caresses ingredients and dissects textures to a point where the reader can actually taste what she is describing.


Christophe Pelé’s recipe book contains 70 inspiring recipes, including 20 unique dialogues and exchanges with the chef himself. Through the guidance of author Chihiro Masui, readers are taken on a culinary journey that traces the inspiration and creative process behind each dish, ultimately reaching the table where the flavors come to life. With the author’s sensitivity and breadth of references, the narration of the dishes becomes a captivating travelogue or a delightful and humorous exchange with the chef, making for a truly immersive culinary experience.

Restaurant Le Clarence

31, avenue Franklin D. Roosevelt
75008 Paris
+33 1 82 82 10 10


Open Wednesday through Saturday.

Private reception rooms open Tuesday through Saturday.


Annual Closures:

July 26th (evening)

August 11th to September 3rd included
October 20th to 29th included
December 25th
December 29th to January 7th included