What started as a small activation for Le Royal Monceau – Raffles Paris and chef Nobu Matsuhisa (founder of eponymous Nobu Restaurants and Nobu Hotels) has launched into a full-blown pop-up for the summer season at the palatial Parisian hotel.
The storied hotel is not only a resplendent place to rest your head during your Paris travels, but it’s known for its culinary experiences and programming, as well as its art and cultural initiatives. Its latest endeavor is the intimate dining pop-up, Matsuhisa Niwa, helmed by executive chef Hideki Endo in collaboration with chef Matsuhisa. The restaurant is a Japanese garden restaurant built in the middle of Le Royal Monceau that provides a culturally immersive dining experience.
Up to eight guests will enjoy a seven-course tasting menu paired with Maison Ruinart champagnes with each dish.Combining the best of French and Japanese sensibilities, chef Endo prepares Japanese-Peruvian dishes table side so each guest has the chance to witness a mini culinary performance. Endo, a sushi master, considers chef Matsuhisa his ‘spiritual father’ and the two have collaborated closely on the menu. Within the most Parisian hotel (Le Royal Monceau), a private Japanese garden was created to transport guests to the heart of Japan resulting in an incredibly Zen experience. Verdant greenery and beautiful decor enlighten your senses as you enjoy an evening in the beautiful setting.
The pop-up will last through July only and reservations are available Thursday and Friday.
Le Royal Monceau – Raffles Paris is a consistent hotel in our Top 100 Suites list each year and one of the most luxurious hotels in France albeit the world. If you can’t get a reservation for Matsuhisa Niwa, enjoy its other gastronomical destinations within the historical walls of the hotel, including Il Carpaccio, La Cuisine, Le Bar Long and Viñales Lounge.
From $386 per person. Contact email@example.com, +33 1 42 99 98 70, leroyalmonceau.com