From the creator of Monsieur Bleu in Paris, Loulou is located at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs at the Palais du Louvre in Paris. It is a prestigious location that Loulou manages to live up to thanks to restaurateur Gilles Malafosse and architect Jospeh Dirand, The duo curate every inch of the design, from the artwork on the walls to the design of the tablecloths with chic details like Eero Saarinen Tulip chairs and Philippe Anthonoiz lighting. Outside, one of the best terraces in the city offers an ideal lunch break a sort walk from Rue Saint Honore and the Louvre.
Loulou's head chef, Benoit Dargère, has designed a menu that includes classic dishes as well as dishes that take their inspiration from the Italian and French Riviera. Options include Citrus warm octopus for starter, veal ragout tagliatelle, tagliata with a black pepper infusion, or tuna with pistachio nuts breading plus green apple and celery.
Loulou is a stunning, hipster brasserie with prime location in the Palais du Louvre in Paris serving French and Italian cuisine.