Fine dining guides consistently regard Hotel Westminster’s Le Céladon as a premier restaurant choice for those searching for sophisticated French cuisine. Alternatively, for light meals and cocktails, the relaxing English ambience of The Duke’s Bar provides the perfect spot for lounging.
Awarded a Michelin star every year for more than 20 years, Le Céladon is widely regarded as one of the premier restaurants in Paris. Chef Christophe Moisand combines a creative menu featuring French cuisine and attentive service within an atmosphere accentuated by shades of pale green, accents of Céladon porcelain, crystal and silk. The result is a dazzling jewel-like setting that pays homage to French Regency with an Asiatic style where patrons dine in the lap of luxury.
On the weekends, Le Céladon transforms into Le Petit Céladon, where both service and décor relax, and an elegant, home-like atmosphere playfully mixes traditional cooking with a modern flare.
THE DUKE’S BAR
Black and white portraits of English writers hang on the wall while mahogany tables and panelling finish the beautiful library setting of Duke’s Bar. A monumental fireplace adds an air of history, tradition and warmth. Here, guests sample mouth-watering old-fashioned cocktails and short and long drinks poured with skill by Chief Barman and true artist, Gerard, as a pianist or jazz duo entertains the night away.