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The Dillon private townhouse, the ultimate art of reception by Clarence

Located in the exquisite setting of the Dillon townhouse, the starred Clarence restaurant is the symbol of the Parisian art of living in the Triangle d’or area.

The Dillon private townhouse, the ultimate art of reception by Clarence

Summary

The Clarence is the showcase of Château Haut-Brion, a fine Bordeaux wine rated Premier Grand Cru Classé. At the bottom end of the Champs Elysées, this 19th century building is the property of Prince Robert of Luxembourg who reigns over the destiny of Domaines Dillon. The windows of these three Haussmann-style floors overlook the Petit Palais and the Théâtre du Rond-Point and are home to a two-star restaurant overseen by chef Christophe Pelé.

A princely residence with a refined atmosphere

If food is worth the detour, with graphic and exquisite recipes, so is the aristocratic allure of the place. Admire the fountain in the paved courtyard, then take the wooden staircase that leads to the reception rooms, decorated with 18th century paintings and furniture. Furniture, tapestries and chandeliers are enhanced by woodwork, a fireplace, mouldings, parquet floors and a profuse library.

Taste delicacy

Be transported to the Age of Enlightenment, with a prestigious and of course discreet table, where the house vintages, savoured by former American president Thomas Jefferson who visited this exceptional vineyard, are the finery of the meals. The pleasures of the mouth combine with the wide range of seasonal products each service makes more sublime. A paradise for wine-lovers where the French art of the table takes on its full meaning here. Week menu: 55 €, lunch menu: 55 €, dinner menu: 130 € or 190 €, Inspiration menu in seven courses: 320 €.

The charm of a private townhouse in the Elysian Golden Square

www.le-clarence.paris

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