Fusing the traditional design of a family-run French restaurant, Le Gramont is a bustling neighbourhood bistro, in Paris’ chic Opéra district.

With its corner location overlooking Boulevard des Italiens, the restaurant offers a contemporary menu, providing culture seekers with the perfect place to relax. The interior is highlighted with a hand-painted fresco ceiling, reflecting the rich colour palette  associated with the nearby Palais Garnier, whilst the exterior remains classically Parisian, highlighted with a structured awning fitted with underside light bulbs reminiscent of ambient theatre lighting. 

Photography © James McDonald

Bespoke red leather banquettes and free standing bistro furniture provide mixed seating options for guests whilst a traditional outside terrace with drucker chairs brings the inside out. Each dining table showcases a marble top with brass detailing whilst impressive pendant lights hand overhead, drawing the eye up to the hand-painted mural ceiling. A high-gloss bar provides a focal point with its timber front and mirrored back. Artwork inspired by the elegance of cafe culture adorn the walls, bringing further ambience to the bistro.