Say you’re just out of your morning visit of the Louvre and you’re hungry for a proper meal, or perhaps brunch, but you’re reluctant to go to the touristy places around. Head towards the Louvre – Rivoli metro station, around the corner, and then enter the cozy club atmosphere of Le Fumoir.
The large room is bathed in warm light as the butter yellow shades hang down over the high windows. The decor is discreet and chic, with leather, wood, and brass harmonies wrapping you in a classic but comfortable ambiance.
Pick up an international newspaper at the bar, or pluck a book from the wooden shelves in the library room, take a seat by the window and enjoy the view. And don’t worry, despite its name, you won’t be bothered by cigarette smoke; Le Fumoir is a non-smoking restaurant, café, salon de thé, and cocktail bar.
In this Parisian restaurant, the lunch and dinner menus change weekly, adapting to the seasonal supply. The cuisine here is inventive with Scandinavian influences, the touch of Swedish chef Henrik Andersson. On the bar side, a selection of fine cocktails is served up on a beautiful bar counter imported from an authentic Philadelphia speakeasy.