Coco is a luxury restaurant inside Opera Garniér in Paris, France. After the L’Opéra Restaurant, the place was taken over by the group of Laurent de Gourcuff, Paris Society, and totally transformed by the interior designer Corinne Sachot.
The atmosphere mixes a cozy art nouveau style where velvet shudder, beautiful materials are highlighted with lush vegetation escaped from the mezzanine designed by Thierry Boutemy as if nature began to take over.
Coco Restaurant – ©Romain Ricard, AD
The modern restaurant‘s layout consists of a lounge and mezzanine in addition to a reception hall, as well as a large outdoor terrace.
He recreates the atmosphere of the Paris of the roaring twenties where socialites dine, eager to walk in the footsteps of Gatsby the Magnificent in Paris. We can sit under the dome, between organic curves in bronze colors and XXL palms.
The fine cuisine is commanded by Julien Chicoisne. Fine slices of Bavarian beef tenderloin, Mediterranean sea bass, or French veal will be enjoyed. And wait for this list of desserts: vanilla cream crunch and chocolate sauce, shortbread jasmine, cocoa, creamy chocolate caramel… The contemporary restaurant will probably be on everyone’s lips in the weeks to come. Like most of its projects, Paris Society succeeds and the Palais Garnier is renewed, for our greatest pleasure.
Go to Palais Garniér and see this stunning luxury restaurant!