L'Oiseau Blanc, the Panoramic French Restaurant Atop The Peninsula Paris, wins its first Michelin Star



L’Oiseau Blanc, The Peninsula Paris’ gourmet French restaurant is delighted to receive its first star awarded by the Michelin Guide. The rooftop restaurant, revealing unfettered views of the Parisian skyline offers a reinterpretation of traditional dishes in a contemporary style by using classic techniques, faithful to the culinary traditions of French cuisine.


“We are extremely honoured to receive this prestigious award. This achievement is the result of daily commitment from the team. Our employees dedicate themselves to providing our guests with the best possible standards of luxury service, and to be bestowed with such an exclusive award is proof of this. I am very proud of them.” said Mauro Governato, the General Manager of The Peninsula Paris. “I would like to thank our two owners, Katara Hospitality and The Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels Limited, for their continuous support and confidence, this award reflects a lasting and close collaboration, which promises to take The Peninsula Paris to the next level, combining Peninsula excellence and French Savoir-faire.”


The L’Oiseau Blanc’s team brings a true commitment to their tireless work as they devise captivating culinary matches that are both new and original, using produce to best effect with great mastery, without betraying the principles of traditional French cuisine. From the classics, which one can truly never tire of, to bolder, contemporary creations, L’Oiseau Blanc promises a delicacy of flavours, a subtlety of textures and a complete balance of the senses to create an unforgettable dining experience.



About L’Oiseau Blanc

The L’Oiseau Blanc restaurant-bar-terrace is the pride and joy of The Peninsula Paris. Located on the establishment’s sixth floor, with a panoramic view over the City of Light’s most famous monuments, it has a rooftop that can be opened up on fine days, making it one of the most unusual and elegant destinations in the capital.


This exceptional venue takes its inspiration from the theme of aviation, celebrating the adventures of the aviators Charles Nungesser and François Coli who attempted to cross the Atlantic in 1927, setting off from Le Bourget. It pays homage to them with a unique collection of memorabilia, including a 1/75 scale replica of their L'Oiseau Blanc biplane, displayed in the adjacent courtyard.


For reservations or bookings:  +33 1 58 12 67 30 or OiseauBlancPPR@peninsula.com