Brasserie d’Aumont

With a distinctive Parisian brasserie vibe, the team of Chef Justin Schmitt greets leisure travelers and Parisians with a timeless quintessential French cuisine inspired by the early past. Thanks to its modern unobtrusive approach, Brasserie d’Aumont features traditional dishes with a new look. The Chef has revisited a dish that dates back to a 1910 menu from the hotel: Tête de veau sauce Orly.

Located in the heart of the hotel, this gathering spot features carefully selected ingredients and regional products, some of which are nowhere to be found in Paris, such as a unique breed of oysters from northern Brittany. Similarly, he has formed an agreement to receive a half carcass of beef on a weekly basis, allowing him to offer unique cuts of meat that no other restaurant offers in Paris.

Chef Justin Schmitt’s passion for art not only helped craft an original culinary experience, but was central in the way he envisioned a complete journey catered for Parisian foodies and travelers from across the world. In his menu, savors and shapes merge to deliver both a delight for the palate and a visual feast for the eyes.

CRUDO BAR
Chef Justin Schmitt added his personal creative touch in a special corner dedicated to seafood, a typical feature in French brasseries. A selection of ready to eat carefully-selected wonders from the seas and oceans are served in bespoke ceramics designed by the Chef himself. Prepared in a traditional fashion, the wide range of cold dishes is guaranteed to create a theatrical buzz.

THE BEEF
Every week, the Chef receives half a carcass of beef and cooks every part of it with the idea of highlighting unusual pieces of meat through unique recipes.

THE COURTYARDS
In addition to the various confidential corners, sofa settings and small tables where customers can explore and get accustomed to the elegant recipes from Brasserie d’Aumont, two inner courtyards add a special touch to the gustatory journey.

The typically French style of the brasserie is prolonged in the Cour d’Honneur. This urban Parisian patio is the ideal décor to appreciate an exquisite moment in the sun or under the starlit Parisian sky at any time of the day.

Nestled behind Brasserie d’Aumont, the Cour Gabriel is an exceptional heaven of peace in Paris where guests can enjoy their meals while surrounded by wonderful climbing vines of jasmine and gentle streams of water. At night, subtle light shows create wonderful memories.

RESTAURANT DETAILS

HOURS

Breakfast: 7:00 to 10:30 a.m.

Lunch: 12:00 noon to 2:30 p.m.

Dinner: 7:00 to 10:30 p.m.

CUISINE
French Brasserie with a twist